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Published on July 10, 2016, in Rehomed dogs.

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Pepper is a black girl, born December 2014, so she’s not yet two years old and never raced.

Poor Pepper was very unfortunate and broke her back leg very badly, and it’s had to be amputated. She has adapted brilliantly and is now living in Sharon’s house because, well, that’s where the badly injured dogs end up, so they can get more care and attention.

She’s a quiet girl, and she will follow people around out on the property with no lead – she’ll just walk next to them and stop when they do. She’s very placid natured, and loves to sunbathe.

UPDATE Sept 2016: Pepper has now been re-homed and is no longer avaiable.

 
Published on July 9, 2016, in Rehomed dogs.

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Here’s Peanut! She’s a rather lovely dark brindle, five years old.

Peanut is great in the house and a real food-oriented girl, so she should have a head start on training. She is a bit stand-offish when you first meet her, but once she comes out of her shell she is very playful.

She may prefer a quieter household, as she takes her time to get to know new people.

 
 
Published on July 9, 2016, in Rehomed dogs.

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This is Stoney, a three-year-old black male. He has a very pleasant nature, but he’s a bit of a lazy dog who prefers to spend most of the day in his bed.

Stony is the best sort of guard dog, though. He will bark if anyone strange comes around … but then he’ll wag his tail to greet them! He has also spent some time getting used to living in a house, so he is ‘house trained’.

UPDATE Sept 2016: Stoney has now been re-homed and is no longer available.