I'm being cared for by: Hood Co Animal Lovers Organization
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Pepper
Breed: Chihuahua/Pomeranian Mix
Color: Brindle - With White
Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
already neutered and up to date with shots.
I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
He’s baaaaaack. Pepper (formerly known as Midnight) is back up for adoption. He was recently adopted and all was going well, but then he became too possessive of his new mom’s affection and would not share her lap with the other resident dog. We still think Pepper would make someone a wonderful, loyal companion but would do best as an only dog. Pepper is about 6+ years old and weighs around 12 pounds. He loves to go for walks and car rides. He knows how to use the doggy door in his foster home. He was groomed in his temporary adopted home and has a new clean shaven look. If you want to see what he looks like with his fur grown out be sure to check out his video. https://youtu.be/lFPmxLTgl1E If you are interested in giving Pepper a forever home (finally), call Linda at 817-326-3655.
Hood Co Animal Lovers Organization (HALO) is dedicated to creating a better quality of life for displaced companion animals in Hood County by helping them secure a 'second chance' in loving forever homes.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Visitation of our companion animals is by appointment only at this time. We will update our listing upon scheduling of Adoption Events.
Our Adoption Process...
To continue to rescue and foster displaced companion animals, HALO will have an allocated adoption fee. An adoption application is to be completed and reviewed by a HALO representative. The adopting family will be contacted and a visit with the companion animal will be arranged. A home check may or may not be requested. Upon adoption the adopting family with sign a HALO Adoption Contract.
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