If you're looking for a little lap dog who loves attention, walks, and playtime, Pepe is your man. If you're looking for a companion for your other pet(s), one who is friendly, playful, and gentle, Pepe is your man. If you're looking for an adorable little nugget who to clean up the crumbs from the kitchen table, well... you get the idea. We have no idea what caused Pepe's owner to throw him away; this guy is a gem who adapts easily to any situation. He can get a little over-excited when he meets new people or animals, but there's not a mean bone in him and he responds well to correction. Pepe doesn't mind his crate but does well in the house too. He sleeps through the night and doesn't snore too loudly. Typical of his breed, he has a hearty bay that he'll share with you while you prepare his meals or while the other dogs are singing.
All Pepe needs to be happy is a kind hand, a few toys, a soft bed, and a full food dish. He's great with dogs, cats, and all people, and will be an easy and fun addition to his new family. Don't miss out on this one-in-a-million fellow!
Pepe will have an easier life with a fenced yard, but can also be safe and happy if kept on-leash when outdoors.
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