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Pippa (Playful, Loving Girl!)   

In shelter Dog

Santa Monica, CA, 90403
Pet name:
Pippa (Playful, Loving Girl!)
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Pippa is a sweet, playful pup, and she is ready for a forever home!

The Fuzzy Pet Foundation (TFPF) rescued Pippa as a stray wandering the streets of South Central LA.  Witnesses saw Pippa fearfully dodging cars all by herself.  They initially contacted animal control but were told there was no room for Pippa in an overcrowded facility. 

Pippa is now safe in our care, soaking up lots of love and attention.  She is a bouncy, curious pup who loves to be held and cuddled.  Pippa gives kisses to everyone and enjoys walks around the neighborhood.   Pippa is active but settles down inside the house when she is not playing with toys and wrestling with other dogs.  So far, she has learned a few commands, such as "sit" and "stay." She is smart!

An ideal home for Pippa is one with guardian(s) who can play with her and give her ample exercise.  She would do well in agility exercises, which is also an excellent way for adopters to bond with their adoptee(s).


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