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Black Labrador Retriever, Mixed Breed (Large)


0-1 Year




Large (> 40 lbs.)

Can Live With

  • Older Children (12+)



Current on Vaccines


Specialized Care

  • None


San Diego, CA


Pepper is a 10 month old female (dob 7/2023) Labrador Mix, weighing at approximately 40 lbs. She is spayed, current on vaccinations, and is microchip. Pepper is mostly potty trained and tends to make it on the potty pad if she can't make it outside. She knows her name (she may ignore you, but that is because she thinks she is a princess) and thinks ball is life.

She is a catch, a ball catcher that is! When you throw a ball, she will run after it. Pepper even plays games with balls, including 'don't let it fall in the pool' and 'can I catch it in the air?'. She even brings the ball towards you so you can throw it again!

Pepper is a happy go lucky girl that loves to run, play ball, and get her well needed belly rubs! Pepper does get car sick if in a moving car for over 5-8 minutes. Her medical records can easily be accessible (consistent with 1 vet) and completed 2 training lessons (dog trainer information will be provided).

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