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My name is Pepe!
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East Coast Canine Rescue
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Approve Application

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Approve Application

Adoption application
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Facts about me

Breed
Chihuahua
Color
Age
Adult
Size
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID
18001310

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Pardon me, could you please pass the Pepe? Anyone would love this spicy, little condiment added to their family. Barely 10 pounds, he's a little nugget that is equal parts quirkiness and sweetness. With a spunky walk, he has bursts of puppy-like behavior, but is mostly a chill guy who curls up on your lap like a cat. Chihuahuas sometimes get a bad rap of being high-strung and yippy --- he is neither. He barks a little at passerbys, and has some sort of beef with schoolbuses, it seems. But mostly, he's a curl-up-on-the-ouch or your lap fellow. He often asks to be picked up. As you can see, he's adorable, marked by light ginger colored fur with a few dips of white. When he is curled up, he could easily be mistaken for a baby fox. He's roughly four years old, crate trained and housebroken. He's also got a great appetite and has no food aggression issues, and gets along well with other dogs --- and pays no mind to the feline persuasion. A great family dog!

July 1, 2022, 3:15 pm

Pardon me, could you please pass the Pepe? Anyone would love this spicy, little condiment added to their family. Barely 10 pounds, he's a little nugget that is equal parts quirkiness and sweetness. With a spunky walk, he has bursts of puppy-like behavior, but is mostly a chill guy who curls up on your lap like a cat. Chihuahuas sometimes get a bad rap of being high-strung and yippy --- he is neither. He barks a little at passerbys, and has some sort of beef with schoolbuses, it seems. But mostly, he's a curl-up-on-the-ouch or your lap fellow. He often asks to be picked up. As you can see, he's adorable, marked by light ginger colored fur with a few dips of white. When he is curled up, he could easily be mistaken for a baby fox. He's roughly four years old, crate trained and housebroken. He's also got a great appetite and has no food aggression issues, and gets along well with other dogs --- and pays no mind to the feline persuasion. A great family dog!

July 1, 2022, 3:15 pm
Rescue

East Coast Canine Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
18001310
Contact
Phone
Address
Lebanon, CT 06249

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Approve Application

Additional adoption info

Puppies 8 weeks to 6 months old: $505.00 Puppies 6 months to 1 year old: $478.00 Dogs 1-5 years old: $425.00 Dogs 5-9 years old: $372.00 Seniors 9+ years old: $325.00 We accept PayPal, credit/debit cards, cash and certified bank checks
Puppies 8 weeks to 6 months old: $505.00 Puppies 6 months to 1 year old: $478.00 Dogs 1-5 years old: $425.00 Dogs 5-9 years old: $372.00 Seniors 9+ years old: $325.00 We accept PayPal, credit/debit cards, cash and certified bank checks

Go meet their pets

We do not have an actual facility. All of our pets are in foster homes. We can offer meet and greet on adult dogs or older puppies only. Please do not email asking about availability as we get tons of email per day and it may take a few days to get back with you. By then, the pet could be adopted. Please submit an application if you are interested in a pet. Thank you! Our Adoption/Foster Requirements are at www.eastcoastcaninerescue.org/applications
We do not have an actual facility. All of our pets are in foster homes. We can offer meet and greet on adult dogs or older puppies only. Please do not email asking about availability as we get tons of email per day and it may take a few days to get back with you. By then, the pet could be adopted. Please submit an application if you are interested in a pet. Thank you! Our Adoption/Foster Requirements are at www.eastcoastcaninerescue.org/applications

More about this rescue

East Coast Canine Rescue is a 501c3 volunteer and 100% foster-based animal welfare organization dedicated to rescuing homeless dogs. ECCR is founded by a team of three dog lovers and advocates dedicated to rescuing and rehoming lost, relinquished and abused animals primarily in the Northeast area and Southern half of the United States. These areas present a large number of animals in need. In collaboration with our veterinarian and shelter partners, the rescue is able to transfer these dogs into foster homes that will care for them until their permanent adoptions. ECCR is able to provide food, medical services, preventative care and love to these forgotten dogs who have no other chance at life.
East Coast Canine Rescue is a 501c3 volunteer and 100% foster-based animal welfare organization dedicated to rescuing homeless dogs. ECCR is founded by a team of three dog lovers and advocates dedicated to rescuing and rehoming lost, relinquished and abused animals primarily in the Northeast area and Southern half of the United States. These areas present a large number of animals in need. In collaboration with our veterinarian and shelter partners, the rescue is able to transfer these dogs into foster homes that will care for them until their permanent adoptions. ECCR is able to provide food, medical services, preventative care and love to these forgotten dogs who have no other chance at life.