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This gorgeous girl is a 1-2 year old corso/rotti mix, and a complete lovebug!! She is completely house and crate trained, and none destructive (to anything BUT her toys lol) She is a young dog with lots of energy, and needs some room to run. She would be best in a home with a yard and humans with big dog experience to give her basic, and consistent training. She has a slightly malformed front paw that gives her goofy character. Her paw doesn’t affect anything though, nor does it need treatment! Her foster mom has had it X-rayed, and it is just from birth. Pepper can be shy around new people, but will open up quickly if she is in a loving and trusting environment and feels comfortable. She can also be a little shy towards men while on the leash, but in the home she welcomes everyone as long as her trusted human companion is there.
Pepper would probably be best in a home with no cats. Though she has never been given the opportunity to hurt the resident cat she is way to interested in getting to him. Due to her size, she would probably be best in a home with older children. And as most big dogs do, even though she is 100 pounds, this sweetheart considers herself a lapdog!
Please email J & Co Dog Rescue at firstname.lastname@example.org and get your application in for this deserving gal!
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