I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Pebbles is a BEAUTIFUL, goofy little sweetheart who LOVES to snuggle! She emits such a happy energy that you can't help but smile when she looks at you with those big eyes. Pebbles is silly, full of spunk and has personality plus! Her sleek, brindle coat doesn't shed much and she requires no brushing or grooming. Pebbles was rescued along with her brother, Bam Bam, from a local Indian Reservation. They had it rough out there and were terribly thin when we got them. Pebbles is only about 40 lbs and she is full grown at just around a year old. She is house-broken, crate-trained, loves water and going for rides in the car. Pebbles is great with our two small children and she has a ton of fun playing with the other dogs. We recently rescued a litter of puppies and Pebbles has been very good and patient with them in her role as "auntie". Pebbles loves people so she would be fine as an "only" dog, but she also really enjoys playing with her doggy friends. That being said, for some reason Pebbles is horrible at introductions to new dogs. She gets very defensive and needs time to get use to strange dogs. Once she knows a dog, it is game-on! Because of her issue with new introductions to dogs, I recommend that she is adopted to a home with a nice yard for her to play in. Dog parks are probably not a good idea without some professional training. Pebbles has a lot of love to offer and will make a family very happy! Her adoption fee is $150 and that includes spay, microchip, rabies and DAPP vaccinations. If you are interested in meeting Pebbles, please contact Delon.Washo@asu.edu or 602-295-4518.
AZ Prussian Snailhound Dog Rescue would like to remind everyone that puppies/young dogs are a big commitment and require a lot of attention. Puppies often exhibit undesirable behaviors such as chewing and digging. Of course they also are a lot of fun and are very lovable too. When choosing a puppy please consider how much time you will be able to spend training and socializing your new puppy.