Hi my name is Gambit. A lady who helped rescue me named me after the Marvel character because she said I represented a survivor!!
I cant tell you much from my past or where I came from only that I was staying near an open field right next door to a gas station.
I thought that was a pretty safe place to be and I got free food everyday. The only thing I would say that I didnt like was I didnt have a comfy bed or shelter there, so I was outside whether it was sunshine or rain.
I was actually there to experience this white stuff (snow) on the ground that lasted a while and it was pretty cold to lay on.
Luckily, my new foster mom had noticed me there and would come by to visit and would tell me before she would leave that she would come back for me.
She didnt lie because I went into this shiny box that had food in it and got stuck and ended up at this nice ladies house until my foster mom came to get me.
She thinks I might be a Jack Russel/beagley mix, about two years old and ONLY 28lbs. She also says I have a very shy personality, but what do you expect when I have been living on my own so long??
Recently however, I have been coming out of my shell and playing with the other dogs. Im potty trained for the most part and Im a bit wary of men. I love my foster mom though. I follow her around all the time and I love to cuddle with her in bed.
I do get protective around her when the man tries to come around her, but she doesnt like when I do that, so I am learning how to trust.
Im not a big fan on going on walks either I get nervous being around new people, so you will have to be patient with me. I
m also not a big fan of cats and really would prefer a doggy friend to play with.
I would do best in a home that has older children who know boundaries since I dont like to be kissed on the face or chased around.
If you have what it takes to be my new best friend, and believe I would be a perfect fit in your home please put in your adoption application!! I will be waiting!!!!
Local adoption only, adoption fee is $200.
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