Once upon a time…there lived a beautiful black Pomeranian named Pepper.
Unhappy she was, for her life consisted of no kindness or love from a human. She was left in the cold Colorado temperatures all year long to make babies and then have them taken away from her. She was barely fed and her medical care was nonexistent. The wicked woman who made her have so many babies lived in a warm house with lots of food. She would come out and Pepper would hide in fear of her ugly hand.
One beautiful day, after six long years, the wicked woman’s breeding mill was shut down by the department of agriculture. From this day forward Pepper’s beautiful life would begin. National Mill Dog Rescue was her saving grace.
Initially, Pepper’s whole body would freeze when approached by people, since she only knew cruelty. She suffered from extreme seizures due to lack of proper care. She would spin and run in circles from lack of room to exercise. After three years of love, vet care, and lots of treats she is one happy dog. She is the first one to welcome a new foster dog to the pack. She is the first one to run to the car for a ride. She is the first one to run to doggie daycare. She is the first one to run to the top of mountains of Vail. She is the first one to go for a bike ride in her basket. She is the first one to get a treat. And by all means she is the very first one to give you a kiss and say thank you for saving me!
For now there lives a beautiful black Pomeranian named Pepper who will forever live happily ever after!
A note from the author -
Pepper is still my foster after almost 3 years. I plan to keep her since she has seizures if with other people. I tried to adopt her out 3 times and she seized with all of them (pretty scary) so I'll just keep her. I had written this story about Pepper a couple of months ago for a contest. I LOVE this gal so much!! She loves Farside and Josie -they all sleep together. They are my 3 amigos from NMDR. I thought the photo of her tongue sticking out was in tribute to all puppy mill owners!