Pepper Jack   

In shelter Dog

Austin, Travis County, Texas, United ...
Labrador Retriever
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Pepper Jack
This sweet baby needs a foster! She came in with a broken jaw and needs some extra love. We are looking for a foster who can give her a place to rest and keep our clinic updated on recovery from her jaw injury and incontinence. Can you help her out? If you work in an office and need a friendly greeter for your customers, Pepper Jack will be your absolute dream. This very affectionate girl will approach them and solicit their petting. She just loves to be petted and snuggled. She's well on her way to recovering from some medical issues. She came to APA! with a broken jaw, inability to walk and urinary incontinence. Now, wires have been removed from her jaw and she can eat dry kibble. She's gaining more bladder control every day and now seems mostly potty trained. And she can jump and walk well on the leash, and she's gaining more strength every day. Now she's a party animal! She's a jumpy, mouthy, playful girl who has fun playing fetch and chewing on her squeaky toys. Pepper is a very sweet, easy to handle girl who will fit well in any home, although since she's still mouthy she may do best in homes without little kids. Come visit this lovely girl. She'll jump up to meet you and then sit for your treats!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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