My name is Pebbles. I am a beautiful tan color with pointy cropped ears. I may look pretty small, but I am very strong. When I want to go somewhere on my leash, you better hold on! I like to sniff & wander when I walk, but I promise I will start doing much better when I get to go on regular walks.
I am still getting used to so many things, because I didn't get out much. My foster dad says I become 'one with the ground' when I am scared. There are a lot of scary things! But once I know they won't bite, I am ok. I know I should know basic commands at my age, but no one has ever loved me enough to make sure I went to school.
I have been with my foster family for almost 3 months while I had treatment for heartworms. I love my foster family, but really want to find my furever home!
A word from Mom - Pebbles gets along well with her foster siblings - the dogs, kids & cat! She was a bit snarly when she first met the dogs, as were they, but the pack order was soon reached.
Pebbles is house trained & does well with school age kids & teenagers. She hasn't been around younger kids. But, she is such a sweet laid back girl that I am sure she will get along with everyone.
Since Pebbles’s estimated birthdate is 8/4/2012, her adoption fee is $275 [senior citizens (age 62 and older) and military personnel receive a 15% discount on adoption fees]. If you want to know more about Pebbles and to speak to an Adoption Counselor, please complete an application at https://furkids.org/dog-adoptions/application. Must be at least 21 years of age to apply.
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