Pepsi has been homed – 29.9.20.
Pepsi is in kennels near Fleet, Hampshire, she arrived with us on the 18th of September 2020 and she was born in April 2018.
She is very friendly but very small in size. Pepsi is full of character, she has bundles of energy and spirit, you certainly won’t have a dull moment with this little minx around!
This girl can really play and has her own trampoline sewn into her! She would love some playmates to play with, in the form of some children over the age of 10 years. I wonder who will tire first? She certainly has lots of energy.
Pepsi enjoys chasing after a thrown toy, leaping into the air to try and catch it, running with it, throwing into the air and again jumping like Tigger to catch it again. She certainly can make you feel dizzy watching her!
This little lady loves to explore the outside with you, any small hole, this girl will have her head in, to see what she can find! With those puppy eyes you could never get cross with this little one, one dirty face cleaned for the next adventure!
A quiet space in your home for her to rest in would be perfect for this girl so she can have chill out time away from the busy goings on, in a family home.
Pepsi enjoys her walks and can stand nicely, when she decides to, while you put her lead on! Some lessons on how to walk on a lead need to take place but this is an easy correction to work on. Watch out for that running wildlife, whilst you are out with her, even if you don’t see it Pepsi will and she can become quite strong for such a little girl!
She will need to learn a few manners in her new home, a bit of a counter surfer, she also has a exuberant amount of energy and if she can jump up at you, in excitement, she will! She is known as our little ‘monkey’ at the kennels. We are currently teaching her this is not acceptable behaviour.
Pepsi could be homed on her own or a companion to a male dog, medium size and above, after careful introductions were carried out and, or to a family where somebody was around for most of the day. She would be able to live with children over the age of 10 years, although she is small she has a lot of power when she launches herself at you in play.
She will need a no nonsense owner, somebody who can continue her training around all breeds of dog. Pepsi may be young but that doesn’t mean that she will be 100% safe with other breeds. She is a quick learner and it won’t take her long to learn, the quicker she learns the more she can play with her new friends.
There is nothing that seems to faze this little bundle of energy and each day she is with us she shows the kennel hands another aspect of her character!
No cats please.
We will continue to update her page as we get to know her better,