Sergeant Pepper

Sergeant Pepper

Listed July 24, 2018

Age: 5 yrs.

Gender: Male

Weight: Not Specified

Adult Size: Less than 10 lbs.

Fixed: Yes

Shots: Yes

Breed:Yorkshire Terrier Yorkie

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Description

Yorkshire Terrier Yorkie / Mixed

Special Needs

Five-year-old Sergeant Pepper is a bubbly and handsome fellow. He is a busy body who is curious and loves to explore. He is full of personality but would do best in an adult home with gentle and patient guardians. Sergeant Pepper has a positive history with other dogs. Sergeant Pepper prefers a home without small children. He currently weighs 8 pounds.

All dogs benefit from training! ARF was named 'Best in the East Bay for Dog Training' in 2016, 2017 and 2018 by Diablo Magazine. All adopters receive a $50 discount off their first class.

Sergeant Pepper's adopter must be at least 18 years old with valid state-issued identification. ARF encourages family members to participate in the adoption process, especially children and family dogs. Please visit ARF's web site for information on adoption and to view more cute canines.

Adoption Fee Details

Adoption fees
Cat $50
Kitten < 6 months $125
Dog $225
Puppy < 6 months $250
Select animals have pre-paid fees.
Credit or debit card and cash are accepted. No checks please.
Dog and puppy fees include a 50% discount on first six week session of manners classes.

ARF adopts to the first good match and does not place animals on hold. Those interested in a specific pet should arrive early or use ARF’s early bird sign-in Wednesday through Friday at 9 am.

ARF will adopt a dog or cat to a family living outside the San Francisco Bay Area if the adopter completes the adoption in person at ARF. ARF encourages those who cannot travel to ARF to contact a nearby shelter or rescue to adopt a local pet who needs a home.

All of ARF's adoptable pets are spayed or neutered, current of vaccinations, microchipped, de-wormed, and applied flea preventative. All dogs over six months are heartworm tested and started on hearworm preventative. All cats are tested for FeLV, and all cats over six months are tested for FIV.