This beautiful girl has a striking look with a unique coat and a beautiful expression. She is full of personality and definitely full of love! Pebbles is about 45 pounds and is an active girl who LOVES nothing more than to play all day! An energetic, outdoorsy family would be best for her because she has the endurance to keep up with all and provide motivation for continued fun. Hiking, biking, trailing, swimming and more are all great for this girl.
She loves to chase balls, but is still learning to retrieve, but she keeps you entertained while she's learning! She loves to run and chase so much that we feel she shouldn’t be in a family with cats or any other small animals who may run from her. She is submissive with people and absolutely melts into a puddle if you rub her belly. Obedience training should be a breeze with this dog, due to her loyal and loving nature with her people. She is motivated by all forms of reward including affection, food and toys! Donate a bit of your time and effort into this love bug and she will return it ten-fold!
Pebbles also has another very unique trait that sets her apart from other dogs. When Pebbles was found, she had a severe injury to her lip. She had 2 surgeries to try to repair the damage, yet neither were successful. Her jaw is unaffected although several of her teeth were also worn down and a few very damaged due to this trauma. She’s healed as well as she will and the only remaining issue with her droopy lip is that she drools a bit more than normal after drinking and sometimes drops a kibbles at meal time. Other than a couple of little meal time etiquette issues, she is a normal, happy and healthy pup!
Pebbles is spayed, current on her vaccinations, microchipped and heartworm negative. She is ready for a family of her own! For more information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or to fill out an adoption application, please visit our website, www.reggiesfriends.org under the Adoptables tab.
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