PEPSI had a terrible life until she came into Amethyst´s care. She was reported to the Pólice after being seen tied to a tree in full sun over several months (!). When the Pólice contacted her owners they simply said, “oh we don´t want her so left her there”. Poor Pepsi has had various illnesses since she was found but has pulled through and is now learning to be a normal pet dog in a lovely Foster home with one other dog. Her Foster home is only temporary so she really needs adoption to her forever home before the end of January 2018. We thought Pepsi was about 4 years old but the vet thinks she is probably only 2 and a half now that she is in prime condition. She weighs 18.5kg, is house trained, walks well on the lead, is good with other dogs, not interested in cats, but has never lived with children. However she is so good natured we think she would be fine with children who know how to behave around dogs and whose parents expect them to respect her.
Pepsi tested negative for ALL Mediterranean diseases in December 2017 and as you can see she is now in optimum condition. Whoever adopts Pepsi will get a loyal faithful, affectionate and grateful dog. Pepsi has a Passport and can travel outside Spain from mid to late January.
Pepsi´s vital stastistics are 64cm length, 55cm high…..this is what Pepsi´s short term Foster mum has to say about her
loves a cuddle and attention. Good with smaller dogs although will occasionally bark and pull when confronted with larger breeds on the lead (probably a little scared/feels threatened) but ok once introduced. Often my own dog who start to bark first though! She can pull when she sees cats but doesnt growl, more curious than anything. Still a little timid with people she doesnt know and more especially men (ill treated by one?) however with those she knows and especially women no problem. Walks reasonably well on the lead but I use a harness for better control, she loves a good walk as she has plenty of energy. I love the fact that when we walk past people she now puts her head up towards towards then for some sort of recognition ie a pat!!! I have no idea how she is with children however she has basically ignored those she has met on the paseo. Pepsi loves her food and will tell you in no uncertain manner when she is hungry, she will nudge you and lick her lips (does make me laugh when she does this). She will also let you know if she needs to go to the toilet, do not ignore her (a couple of accidents because i did!). She tries to play with my Nemo but he doesnt really ‘play’ and like him doesnt know how what to do with a ball! Audrey like any rescue dog there will be certain issues but she has come on in leaps and bounds and is a gentle, loving soul…… She needs someone who is prepared to give her plenty of time, is patient and can offer her space ie some sort of secure small garden. She is still young enough to train…… I just adore her!”