My wife and 16 month old adopted daughter took Pepper our 6.5 Lbs solid black Pee-a-poo out to take care of his buisness one night on a retractable lease. We had a lot across the street from our house that all the neighborhood would use then take turn cleaning since it had a light on it. We lived on a corner lot as was the potty lot. Just as my wife holding Emmy our 16 month old and Pepper stepped out into the street by which is a very quiet neighgorhood a speeding ambulance without any lights or siren taking a short cut through our streets turn the corner very fast almost striking my wife and Emmy but did run over Pepper killing him instantly and forever changing our life. Needless to say we have fought with the ambulance company got an apology but that is it. Pepper has been part of out family for over 10 years after rescueing him from a busy highway as jusy a little pup full of fleas. We cannot afford to replace a black peek-a-poo I'm willing to pay $100to $200 for a black Peek-a-poo if someone could find it in theur heart to assist a family with a broken and shattered heart. Thanks
im sorry for your loss... but how many times are you going to post this? please try a shelter if you want to help animals and dont have much money. its starting to seem like you're looking for a hand out.
I am very sorry for your loss, it is unfortunate that our little 4 legged friends lives are far too short.
As a breeder I can tell you that even if I did breed peek a poos instead of Poms I would be very hesitant to sell you a black dog for any amount of money. I am concerned that you are trying to replace Pepper and there is only one way for that to end and that is badly. Dogs are a product of their genes as well as their environment and there is no way to duplicate the conditions that produced Pepper. I would guess I have owned nearly 100 dogs including those I fostered and rehomed over 40 years and none of those dogs even siblings and offspring were close to the personalities of the others. I did see traits that were similar but there were equally as many bad traits as good.
When you are ready to provide a home for a small person that needs you and can share your life then I suggest you look for one but for your sake as well as that of the dog, not until you are ready.
Instead of starting another whole new post how about finding one of the other 3 or 4 or 5 that you have already started with the same story and make a new reply, and answer some of the suggestions people have tried to give you?