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Discover why senior dogs rule when you fall in love with Gandalf

Some older dogs seem to understand how to be zen about life. This wee Yorkshire Terrier rolls with all that life puts in front of him. His positive influence rubs off on you right away. I found myself visibly relaxing when he first walked over to me in the doggy loft.

image from www.muttville.org

Meet Gandalf! This adorable Yorkie is sweet, loving, and social. He enjoys going for walks, meeting new dogs, and actually enjoys a warm bath! Gandalf came to us when his owners moved and could not keep him.

He is still adjusting to his new surroundings, but we know Gandalf will warm right up to a new family. 

Read about what Gandalf’s foster has to say about him:

Gandalf is one excited peppy boy! He’s got a LOT of personality and is a great companion. He’s funny and very loving-a true joy to be around. He’s great on leash, and enjoys a few walks a day. Off leash at home around our dog and at dog parks he’s friendly and social. We are working with him through training-he’s improving! He’s a kisser! If you pet him on his head or chest, he’ll thank you with a few gentle licks. Such a lover.

Gandalf is 10 years young, weighing 12 pounds.

Fall in love with Gandalf at Muttville on Rescue Row in San Francisco.

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