MASTIFFS TO MUTTS RESCUE, INC. (MTM)
Neapolitan Mastiff / Mastiff (short coat) : : Female (spayed) : : Young : : X-Large
I would love you more than you can imagine.
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Please Note: This animal is listed as a courtesy to another organization. Please be sure to contact the foster/caretaker for more information about her.
LOCATED IN ELIZABETH, PA
Brief description: This beautiful girl is Gigi. She was dumped at no fault of her own back in July by her family that brought her home as a puppy. She deserves nothing more than to finally find her perfect furever home!
Gigi is a 2yr old mastiff, spayed, UTD on vaccines and good with kids. She came from a
She does still need to put on a few more pounds...she is about 105lbs but
Dislikes: Until she has time to fully decompress and recover from the roller coaster of a ride she’s been on, she’s not a huge fan of other dogs and being left alone.
Personality: Sweet, loving, friendly
Temperament: Lovable, loyal, quirky
Energy level: Low/laid back
Favorite activities: Being right next to her person, snuggling in bed, getting treats and running off her zoomies outside
Good with cats, dogs, and kids (over 6)?: Good with kids
Not good with: Cats (at this moment)
Crate trained: She was never introduced to a crate with her original owners so it’s something she needs to get more comfortable with
Requires a fenced yard (physical fence and/or invisible fence)? Gigi would love a physical fence
Walks well on a leash? Gigi was never on a leash prior to her being dumped but she’s doing well…could use more working with not pulling.
Challenges: Her anxiety when left alone. Since being dumped she stresses over people leaving her. She spent almost three weeks on the run in the heat of summer after being dumped, then went into a temporary foster home where she recovered from her first surgery, then had to be boarded for two weeks, followed by her second surgery and then a new foster home. She hasn’t been able to catch a break and given the opportunity to fully recover and trust again. If left out in the house she will scrape on doors, pull down blinds and get into random things. A heavy duty metal crate was purchased for her and will follow her to her furever home. She does get somewhat anxious in the crate as well but with time should get better.
Any Medical issues? Healthy other than the cherry eyes that were recently corrected. There is a
What would be the best kind of home? Gigi’s ideal home would be one where her person or people are home most of the time, fenced in yard for her to freely run around in and the only pet.
More about Gigi *Courtesy Listing*
Is Not Good with Dogs, Not Good with Cats, Good with Older/Considerate Kids Only, Requires a yard