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Saturday, April 11, 2015
11 am - 1:30 pm

Latham Petco, 664 New Loudon Rd., Latham, NY 12110

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The primary purpose of Peppertree is to help find homes for dogs in need who represent the character and temperament commonly associated with Golden Retrievers: friendliness, intelligence and a peaceful, loving nature.

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In addition to accepting dogs of any breed or mix that meet our temperament requirements, Peppertree is also a recognized Golden Retriever rescue organization (http://www.grca-nrc.org/). We frequently have purebred Goldens available for adoption, and we have an established relationship with Memphis Area Golden Retriever Rescue (MAGRR). Read about their Northeast Adoption Program here.

 


Peppertree Special Pet

XenaXENA - Pit bull, female, 5-6 years, 50 lbs. Pit bull, female, 5-6 years, 50 lbs. Xena is a perfect lady with a sweet, submissive nature. She loves hugs and is happy to go for a long walk but otherwise would prefer cuddling up on a nice warm bed. She is housebroken, rarely barks and not destructive when left alone. Xena can be rather reserved in the house and seems as if she is still coming out of her shell, but she really perks when she goes outside. She loves going on long, brisk walks and riding in the car. Xena was found as a stray and then stayed in a shelter in Delaware County, New York for seven months. She is still learning to be confident when encountering other dogs and will require an owner who can be patient with her and continue to help her work through her fear issues with other dogs. Xena would most likely be fine with calm dogs and so far as done great with her foster mom's two cats.


 
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