1/15/19 Pebbles went to the vet yesterday and she is HW negative. All of her pre-op bloodwork came clear and she is a very healthy little girl. On January 30th she will be having surgery on her eyes and we hope that she will have more vision after the surgery. There is a possibility that she will need another surgery depending on how her eyes heal.
12/26/18 Pebbles is very shy when she first meets people but after she gets comfortable with you she will want to play and play and then take long naps snuggled up with you. She is thin, she never had much of an appetite but with some good home cooking she has gained a pound and is now 10.5 pounds! She loves to run in the yard and is picking up leash training very quickly. She also likes to ride around in a purse or sling. She is starting to learn the command “sit” but it is still a work in progress.
Pebbles is good with other small dogs, unknown how she is with large dogs or cats at this time. She is nervous and shy. She is good with men and women. She might do well with a family with kids to play with (maybe 7 years and up), at least one dog to play with – ideally not a large breed. She has been afraid of large dogs but hasn’t had long term exposure to them since she has been here. Pebbles is not possessive with treats, toys or food. She is generally not aggressive, she growled once when the first fosters other three dogs swarmed her and smelled her for too long. After that she accepted them quickly. She has shown no aggression towards people.
Being a small dog, her foster is not sure if running with a jogger would be too much with her, that’s why we think a fenced in yard with level entry would be best for her.
Pebbles moves slowly in new environment, she will navigate well around objects and furniture.
Pebbles was adopted on March 24, 2019.
- Sex Female (spayed)
- Size Small (9)
- Age 2 years old(approx. DOB Feb 15, 2018)
Good with other dogs? Other
Good with cats? Unknown
Good with children? Unknown
Currently fostered in Marietta, PA. (Transport is available)
- Vision Completely Blind(Cause: Underdeveloped eyes)
Pebbles is looking for her forever home. If you think it could be yours, read more about Adopting from BDRA before submitting your application below.
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