Meet Pepsi.

Pepsi is a 2 year old pitbull girl who had been life-chained since she was about 6 months old.
As is often the case, she lived inside while she was small and cute, but as soon as she became big & destructive
– as puppies so often do – she was relegated outside to a sad, lonely life on the chain, away from the only family she’s ever known.
We met Pepsi when a concerned neighbour contacted us about a pregnant dog that wasn’t being fed.
When we investigated, it turned out that Pepsi’s “owner” was a 15 year old girl who, despite loving her dog, really had no idea what she was doing.

Pepsi had a litter of 10 puppies in October 2014, all of whom were sold, aside from one male pup that the family have decided to keep –
his name is Max. Max lives inside. He is still in the honeymoon period of being small, cute and manageable,
although our volunteers are working hard to ensure the family are given more information and support this time round,
in the hopes that Max will not have to end up like his mother.

Yesterday Pepsi's family contacted a member of our team wanting to relinquish her to us.
This was a huge step for them as they were initially reluctant to work with us.
We are delighted they chose to do the right thing by Pepsi, and we will continue to work with the family to ensure Max does not meet the same fate.

Pepsi was de-sexed today and will be spending some time in temporary care.
We are looking for a foster home for her to rest, recuperate and begin her new life.
We are looking for a home with no other pets and older dog savvy children.

If you can help please contact cdanzfoster@gmail.com