PEPPER ~1 year old. Good with Kids & dogs. Cats TBD.
GSRA Adopts to residents of VA, NC, and SC
Are you a fun-loving and energetic person looking for the same qualities in your four-legged companion? If so look no further here is the girl for you!
Meet Pepper!!! Pepper is adorable little Dutch shepherd or German Shepherd mix, we are not sure. She weighs approximately 50 pounds. Pepper is close to being one year old, and is very puppy-ish and playful nature. Pepper is extremely affectionate, and wants nothing more than to be near her people. Her tail never stops wagging, and she is very generous with the kisses. If you're petting her, she'll be licking your arm with great enthusiasm! Since she is a young girl, she has plenty of energy, and needs a person or family that will play with her and make sure to give her plenty of exercise. Pepper is housebroken and crate trained. She is very well-behaved in the crate. She loves to play, and will run on the house and grab things that aren't necessarily dog toys, and we are working one this.
Pepper is a little selective with her doggy friends. She likes some dogs and does not like others. She does best with controlled introductions until she gets familiar with the other dog. She seems to do better with calmer dogs. Pepper is very submissive and respectful of one of the older shepherds in her foster home. Pepper would be fine as an only dog, or would probably get along with a confident but non-alpha companion.
Pepper is a very happy and entertaining dog, and will shower her new family with love. Pepper is a smart girl who just wants some attention and affection. She'll be a great addition to some lucky family!
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