You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.
PEPPER IS IN HIS FOSTER HOME IN MEMPHIS, TN AND WILL BE TRANSPORTED TO CT ONCE HE IS ADOPTED!
Pepper followed his foster mom and her malti-poo home from a walk a few months ago. He was so eager to play with foster moms dog that he followed them straight into her backyard. Obviously, Pepper is very friendly - he is well socialized with smaller dogs and plays well with both the neighbors puppy and his foster brother. He is also very cuddly and affectionate. He loves to be outside and go on walks. He is leash trained, but does get excited when he sees cats or other dogs. Pepper is very smart and understands commands sit, wait, out, come, outside and "stay with me" (which is foster mom for "heal"). His favorite words are dinner, treat, and walk. He is highly food motivated so he would be easy to train to do other tricks and commands. He picked up "shake paws" very quickly with me. Pepper is a handsome 40 lb. fur baby that is approximately a year old.
He is anxiously looking forward to meeting his loving furever family!
Hes fully vetted, has been neutered, and is microchipped.
adoption fee of $500 includes the transport to CT.
We use a licensed and registered USDA transport company that will bring Pepper up north to his new family.
If you have any questions, please email us at:
. You can apply to adopt Pepper here:
THANK YOU FOR CONSIDERING ADOPTING A RESCUED PET!
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