Pepper is lucky to have been born in her warm, dry foster home and not in the cold woods where her sick, emaciated mom could hardly feed herself, much less 9 puppies! That's the wonder of fostering needy animals. You make a huge difference in the lives of very grateful babies.
Pepper, like her siblings and mom is shy and timid in new situations and with strangers, but she has progressed in leaps and bounds with patience and a few trade secrets. She also does better when separated from her pack. Pepper's personality has always been a little unique though. She's the quiet child who sits to the side watching while all the other kids romp and get into mischief. She's the kid sitting by herself reading a book or writing in her journal.
Pepper was born in Nov 2014 and one of the few still waiting for her forever home. She would do best in a quieter home with no or older children due to her shyness. She is spayed, up to date on her vaccinations, heart worm negative and on preventative. She's also crate trained and housebroken. If you'd like to learn more about this sweet girl, call 662-342-9448 or submit an application here: http://desotoanimalrescue.org/dog-adoption-application.html
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