Pippin was a stray on a rural country road recently. This nice little fellow is probably
a purebred. He's a happy boy, friendly and has a zest for life. He is crate trained and
housetrained. The local Vet office took Pippin in and looked and looked
for his owners. No one came and it's been long enough, the Vet said time to let
Pippin move on and find a new family. Pippin's foster family said he's great with their
dogs and with cats. He knows 'leave it', and will go right to his crate and lay quietly with
a chewie at nights or during day nap time. He loves attention and bounces everywhere,
seems to be a very happy boy. Playful and energetic, but doesn't have any problem
'powering down', if needed. His adoption fee is $300 to help cover the
medical costs of getting ready for adoption.
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