***NEEDS FUREVER HOME*** Currently in Jerome, ID If you are looking for a cat-, dog-, family-friendly, playful, and affectionate dog and can offer a home with an active family, then GIZMO is the perfect match for you! GIZMO is a 9-month-old, 58-pound, absolute sweetheart pit bull blend with beautiful hazel eyes. He is house-trained, crate-trained, and knows how to use doggy door. He walks well on the leash and loves car rides. He is training to walk on a gentle leader. He is learning and knows 'off', 'come', and is working on 'sit'. He is eager-to-please and has learned most basic commands, but may still jump when he plays, so older or sturdy kids are best. From a sleepover with a volunteer, we learned that GIZMO snores and talks in his sleep. He plays and greets other dogs using his neck. He has unique double-jointed toes and webbed feet. GIZMO is good with cats (see video of GIZMO near cat water bowl). He plays well with other small and large dogs and has not shown any reactivity or resource guarding in the home. He will be neutered soon, so any humping/marking activity will diminish. GIZMO is smart and learns quickly. He walks amazingly well on leash and does not pull. He is working on scent-training puzzles now and talking buttons. He doesn't demand attention like he first did. GIZMO is a very loving and affectionate dog who loves to cuddle. He is also eager-to-please. He could make someone a very good Emotional Support Animal. His new family should watch to make sure that he doesn't revisit his digging tendencies. GIZMO loves the water, so if you leave a hose unattended and running, he will carry it off! MORE PHOTOS: https://photos.app.goo.gl/uP4Ds24DyWDHT8U89 GIZMO's adoption fee is $300, but he will be fully vaccinated, neutered, and microchipped for his furever family. Complete an easy, online adoption application to meet GIZMO in Jerome, ID. https://www.friendsfureveranimalrescue.com/adoption-application BACKGROUND: GIZMO (DOB: ~1/24/23) lost the only family that he had known because, with a growing family and smaller house, they just didn't have the time to teach him. They kept him tied up outside a lot because he would escape their yard. The last time that GIZMO escaped, he lived on his own for a few days until trapped by FFAR volunteers and taken in to the rescue organization for rehoming.