Peppa 5 year old Female Staffordshire Bull Terrier x Whippet





Peppa is a 5 year old Female Staffordshire Bull Terrier x Whippet who is looking for her forever home. Peppa is vaccinated and micro-chipped. Peppa has lived with children. Peppa doesn't like the postman visiting. Peppa is fully house-trained. Peppa has a high prey drive and will need to be kept on the lead. Peppa is reactive with other dogs and cats. Peppa would suit an experienced new home. Homechecks in final stages. Click details for updates.

Peppa’s Assessment
●Peppa is not yet neutered, has been microchipped and is fully up to date with her vaccines
●Peppa has no known health problems
●Peppa is destructive when she is left home alone
●Peppa will jump excitedly and give you lots of tail-wags when you get home
●Peppa sometimes follows you around the home. When you are home, Peppa is well behaved
●Peppa is giddy when someone knocks at the door and doesn’t like the postman
●Peppa will wait while you prepare her food but will need a firm command
●Peppa eats wet dog food twice a day and isn’t a fan of dry food
●Peppa is fully house-trained
●Peppa has not had formal training, but she knows the command ‘sit’
●Peppa pulls sometimes when she is on the lead
●Peppa pulls excitedly towards other dogs when she is on her lead. Peppa is interested when dogs pass by her and has exhibited fear reactivity towards another dog in the past
●Peppa has lived with children in the past
●Peppa has not lived with other animals before and will need to be the only pet
●Peppa has lots of love to give and needs a home where she can be given the attention she needs
●Peppa has a high prey drive

FAQs
● This dog is located in Leeds, West Yorkshire

~Completed by Kayley

Application Status: Homechecks in final stages

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