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Hello GSD lovers! We hope that you are all well and staying safe!  
We want you to know that we are very much still operating, however
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Sex: Male
Age: 13 months
Weight: 61 lbs.
Spay/Neuter: Yes
Heartworm Status: Negative
Microchip: Yes
Good w/Kids: Yes, older children
Good w/Big Dogs: Yes
Good w/Small Dogs: Yes
Good w/Cats: Pending
House Trained: Yes
Adoption Status: Available
Location: Cypress, TX

Special Considerations for Adoption:

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Gibbs is a sweet, playful, energetic young boy.  He plays great with other large dogs, and enjoys being part of the pack.  Gibbs bonded quickly with his foster family, and is a very affectionate, loving boy.

Life wasn't always so good for sweet Gibbs.  He was literally shoved out of a moving vehicle at a Houston park.  He jumped back in, and was shoved out again.  The car sped off, and Gibbs chased after it in the 100 degree summer heat until he could run no more.  Luckily for Gibbs, this awful scene was witnessed by some local Houston dog rescuers, who quickly went to Gibbs' aid and picked him up.  The rescuers knew that Gibbs could be lost or stolen, so they made every effort to find legitimate owners by taking him to a vet to check for a microchip, posting flyers, and posting him on social media.  No one ever came forward to claim him.  Eventually, the rescuers brought him to GHGSDR so we could help him find a loving, forever home.

Back to Gibbs current life.  His foster family loves Gibbs dearly, and can't imagine why anyone would want to be so cruel to him.  They say he is sweet, loving, affectionate, and very smart.  He is still very much a puppy, but he is already responding to their training.  He is crate trained and house trained, and has learned some basic commands such as "sit."  He loves to give kisses, and will happily  "talk" to his foster family.  He loves treats, and loves to be petted and cuddled.  He is active, and might do better with older children, as young children might find him too energetic.  Like all young dogs, Gibbs will need exercise and continued training so he can mature into the wonderful adult dog he was meant to be.  

Gibbs would be delighted to meet you, and find the loving home he was meant to be a part of, a home where he will be loved and cared for, and never have to be afraid of being abandoned again.  If you want to finish his story, and turn it into a true "Happy Tails," Gibbs would love to meet you!