Basic Info:

1 year 
30 Lbs 
Fun Fact:
Forever Pipsi! 
Foster Location:

Additional Info:

Older kids only 
Other Dogs?
Dog pal needed 
Good with Cats 
Activity Level:

PIPSI – Low-Rider Mexi-Mix / 1 Year / 14kg / F-Spayed

Pipsi stands for Personality, Imaginative, Perfect, Sweet, and Incredible. We cannot say enough good things about this girl. But one thing is for sure, she will make her forever family so happy and grateful. Pipsi is the type of dog that is so full of love. She has love for her people, her canine dog pals, her toys, her dog beds, there isn’t one thing that she doesn’t love – fully. One of our favourite videos of Pipsi is the one where she greets her foster dad after he came home from work – can you imagine coming home to that everyday? Priceless!

So what does Pipsi bring to the table, she is house trained, crate trained (although she has graduated to a dog bed for sleeping at night), she walks incredibly well on leash and lastly, she is extremely respectful of house rules. She has learned her basic commands while in her foster home such as sit, down, place, and wait. She loves to learn new things. Pipsi makes the perfect work from home buddy and will happily curl up at your feet as you work away. She is also particularly fond of toys and can happily entertain herself with a toy or chew toy.

For her future home, Pipsi must go to a home that has a canine sibling for her to call her own. Someone who is home most of the time would be great for Pipsi as well. Pipsi passed her cat test in Mexico, and has done well with cat friends that she meets on walks. Pipsi is playful and may try to play with a cat pal, so dog-savvy cats are best. Pipsi would prefer to go to a home with older kids because she has a tendency to jump when she is excited to see you.

If you are interested in this lovely girl, please check out www.dibsrescue.com for the adoption process and application. Her adoption fee is $750. If you are a family with kids, please check out our resources on kids and dogs before you apply (https://dibsrescue.com/kids-dogs/).

Check out Pipsi’s videos on YouTube: