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Adopt Gypsy

Female Baby Dogo Argentino

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DC Dogos, Inc. - IL

About Gypsy

Have you guys met G Y P S Y!! Gypsy is a 14 week old deaf Dogo, looking for her forever home! Gypsy is sassy and full of spunk, who’s as smart as a whip & boy does she know it! Gypsy will need a home with breed experience, no female dogs & no young children. She loves to go for hikes, run after golf carts & hunt sticks in the yard - so an active home would be ideal for this Dogo. Training will be an absolute MUST for this little fire cracker, she enjoys bossing everyone in her foster home around and needs a strong, dominant leader. Gypsy is doing amazing with training so far, she is fluent in hand signs, is learning commands with lights and is extremely food motivated - she will do anything for a treat! Again - she’s extremely smart & driven, she will thrive & be an amazing dogo in the right environment. To learn more about Gypsy, visit her profile on our website & if you think you have what it takes to take this wild dogo pup, put in an application here: dcdogos.org/adopt She is currently located in Chicago, IL, but loves to travel & will do so for the right home Dogos are a wonderful breed but we urge anyone interested to dig in and do a lot of research before deciding if they are a good fit for your home. They require a lot of attention and training with them never ends! Boundaries must be enforced and they often need reminders as they push past boundaires you set! Dogos are loving, kind and gentle but don't mistake that for weakness because they are equally powerful and intense as well! Everyone in the home must be on board with having a dogo and play a major role in their daily routines and training. Yes it is work, but the rewards are ten-fold! Lazy homes don't work for dogos as they need stimulation, exercise, and lots of attention too during their younger years. Our goal in rescue is to be as transparent as we can about each and every dog plus make sure new families really understand the needs of a dogo!

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Details

Name
Gypsy
Age
Baby
Gender
Female
Size
Large
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
NO
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
NO
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
Not Sure
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Gypsy

Dogo Argentino

Have you guys met G Y P S Y!! Gypsy is a 14 week old deaf Dogo, looking for her forever home! Gypsy is sassy and full of spunk, who’s... show more

Have you guys met G Y P S Y!! Gypsy is a 14 week old deaf Dogo, looking for her forever home! Gypsy is sassy and full of spunk, who’s as smart as a whip & boy does she know it! Gypsy will need a home with breed experience, no female dogs & no young children. She loves to go for hikes, run after golf carts & hunt sticks in the yard - so an active home would be ideal for this Dogo. Training will be an absolute MUST for this little fire cracker, she enjoys bossing everyone in her foster home around and needs a strong, dominant leader. Gypsy is doing amazing with training so far, she is fluent in hand signs, is learning commands with lights and is extremely food motivated - she will do anything for a treat! Again - she’s extremely smart & driven, she will thrive & be an amazing dogo in the right environment. To learn more about Gypsy, visit her profile on our website & if you think you have what it takes to take this wild dogo pup, put in an application here: dcdogos.org/adopt She is currently located in Chicago, IL, but loves to travel & will do so for the right home Dogos are a wonderful breed but we urge anyone interested to dig in and do a lot of research before deciding if they are a good fit for your home. They require a lot of attention and training with them never ends! Boundaries must be enforced and they often need reminders as they push past boundaires you set! Dogos are loving, kind and gentle but don't mistake that for weakness because they are equally powerful and intense as well! Everyone in the home must be on board with having a dogo and play a major role in their daily routines and training. Yes it is work, but the rewards are ten-fold! Lazy homes don't work for dogos as they need stimulation, exercise, and lots of attention too during their younger years. Our goal in rescue is to be as transparent as we can about each and every dog plus make sure new families really understand the needs of a dogo! show less