Pipi - Let Her Wag Her Way Into Your Heart.........
Susan Daffron talks to Kunzang Drolma about a dog named Pipi who is available for adoption from Tara's Babies Animal Welfare, an animal sanctuary located in Northern Arizona. Tara's Babies was formed after Hurricane Katrina. A group of volunteers went to help and brought back 130 animals to the former ranch land in Dakini Valley. The volunteers realized that even after the Katrina dogs were adopted, the need for a sanctuary was not over. So today, 36 dogs live at the sanctuary. Rescued from the streets of Taipei, in Taiwan, Pipi is one of those dogs. Pipi is a solid black Taiwanese Mountain Dog, which is a breed that is rare in this country. She is now about 3 years old. Taiwanese Mountain Dogs have short coarse hair and do not shed very much.
Pipi has beautiful dark eyes and "bat" ears that stand up like a German Shepherd. She is extremely alert and attentive to everything that is going around her. Pipi would probably enjoy participating in active sports like agility because she is extremely smart and playful. Although she plays well with other dogs, Pipi is a dominant dog, so she would do best in a home where the other dog is more submissive. She loves to run and is a bit of an escape artist, so Pipi will need a home either with "invisible" fencing or a fence that is tipped in at the top, so she can't climb out. Pipi is a fantastic, attentive dog that will be a great companion for an active person or family that appreciates her joyful spirit.
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