ADOPTED 09-17-11 – Gilly is a male, 75 pound chunk of chocolate lab definition, wonderfully goofy, intelligent in a weird sort of way and a comedian by genetic confusion. This dog has taken ball, tree limbs and small car retrieving to a level previously thought to be un- attainable. At best Gilly is a dichotomy of terms great on a leash, fabulous with kids, wonderful with other dogs, ignores cats, all this right up to the point he decides it is more fun to do otherwise. This guy will embrace all aspects of enriching your life, whether it is surprising you with his new greatest treasure of road kill possum or dropping in for dinner with his new best friend (the Great Dane) from down the lane. Gilly is a true masterpiece of comedy enterprises while trying all the while to be completely serious, a task he is yet to achieve.
NEUTERED * FULLY VETTED * GREAT ON A LEASH * GREAT WITH CHILDREN
* GREAT WITH OTHER DOGS * HOUSE BROKEN * BASIC COMMANDS
Having picked on Gilly enough I will tell you that he really is a wonderful dog, very easy to be around, a true love sponge with an impish side. I have worked with this boy over the previous few weeks and have found him to be easy to control, easy to train and very predictable. Gilly has plenty of spirit and will exercise as long as you are willing to go but he really will settle down and does very well inside the home. You will never have to worry about this guy with the kids, they are what he lives for but use common sense he may carry one off on his back. Gilly could best be described as a gentle giant with a slightly warped sense of humor. If you are looking for a new family member that will enhance your home with laughter, goodwill and love then Gilly is who you should be perusing at this time.
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