We think Pippi was used in a backyard puppy mill. She was likely caged all the time and overbred. This gentle little lady has just a bit of sass left in her. She doesn't bark, but will whine when she gets lost in the house. Pippi has lost the vision in her right eye and will need drops in both eyes for the rest of her life. The drops must be soothing though because she takes them with no problem.
Typical of puppy mill dogs, she has not learned the finer things in life like walking on a leash. She just doesn't get the point of it! She will follow you though and most importantly, she is potty trained. Being a Peke, her walks are very short and she must be protected from the heat of the day. But just look at her! She is loving and appreciative of all the hugs and kisses she is getting. This lady deserves a better life. Can you love Pippi Longstocking?
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