Pebbles is a young, adult spaniel mix with soft tan and white hair. Since she was a stray, we do not know her exact age. The veterinarian estimates her age at approximately 5 years. She seems to know how cute she is and sometimes her foster mom catches her admiring herself in the hall mirror. Although her personality is laid back, she enjoys walks and car rides. We are not sure yet who her favorite team is, but Pebbles does show her devotion to sports by carrying around her favorite football.
Pebbles’ foster mom sees what a great family pet member she is, but unfortunately due to a medical condition, Pebbles is still looking for her forever home. Pebbles has Epilepsy. She is on medication for the epilepsy which has reduced the number of seizures to approximately one seizure every 6 weeks. Her seizure medication is approximately $40 a month. Pebbles would benefit from an experienced dog owner due to her medical needs.
Being a stray, we do not know her life story but she appears to have been treated nicely in her previous home and displays good household manners. Her foster mom is working with her on walks so she does not bark at bikers or runners and she is showing improvement. Pebbles is medium size and weighs approximately 36 pounds.
Pebbles is housebroken and does not bother items around the home when left alone. She would be fine with someone who works full time and will greet you with a happy tail wag when you come home! If Pebbles sounds like she could be a family pet member for you, or if you have questions about our sweet girl, please contact her foster mom.
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