Peppa Pig / F / 1.5 yrs / Lab Mix
Meet Peppa Pig! Peppa (for short) is a sweet and loving girl that dreams of finding a home in a quiet neighborhood. Peppa is not really a big city girl. Although she can be timid at first, she is becoming more and more social with new people and it doesn’t take her too long to warm up.
When new people enter the house, if they ignore Peppa, she will eventually approach them for a sniff. She has never shown any sign of aggression and her foster mum says she is very loving and snugly once she feels comfortable with you. Peppa has not been tested with small children, but would likely be okay with older, respectful kids (10+).
Peppa is low to medium energy and likes to go for regular walks. At time, she can be startled by very loud noises like cars and buses and for this reason, she’d prefer a home in a quieter neighborhood. Peppa’s family has taken her to the off-leash dog park where she gets on well with most of the other dogs. Peppa would prefer a cat free home.
Some of Peppa’s favorite things to do are snuggle with you and watch TV, chew on her tennis ball and play fetch. She loves to cuddle on the couch with her family and she usually gets up off the couch on her own around 9:40pm, heads into her crate, waits for her cookie and then goes to sleep. She sleeps in her crate until morning and patiently waits for her family to come down and let her out around 7am.
Peppa is crate trained and considers it her safe place. She is non-destructive and can have free reign of the home, but her new family should be willing to provide a crate for her to go in and out as she pleases.
Peppa understands many commands. She will sit, wait for her food and will go in her crate when you tell her too. Peppa does something mouth playfully. This behavior is playful and not aggressive, but should be addressed through redirection and positive reinforcement.
Peppa’s adoption fee is $450. To learn more about our adoption fees and process, please visit our FAQs at http://www.fetchandreleash.ca/faq/.
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