Peeve and Gnars' Photo Album

About Peeve and Gnars

  • Peeve is a 2 year old Australian Shepherd, Border Collie, Irish Red and White Setter, Irish Setter & Labrador Retriever in Kansas City, MO
  • Gnars is a 1 year, 6 mo. old in Kansas City, MO

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About Peeve

Peeve is an old soul, however he is always ready to play when the time is right. He loves making friend with not only every dog he meets, but with any animal. His companion pet is an English Angora Rabbit named Gnars. They are the best of friends. Peeve loves to lead the pack, and isn't easily offended when another dog doesn't want to play with him. Peeve also has a sensitive side. He never wants a person to be upset with him and is a master cuddler. Although he loves adventure, he has a few fears. Peeve is cautious and very curious of water and swimming. He also thinks the vacuum is alive and out to get him.

  • Sex: Male
  • Age: 2 years old
  • Weight: 60lbs
  • Breed: Australian Shepherd, Border Collie, Irish Red and White Setter, Irish Setter & Labrador Retriever
  • Tracking Chip: Yes
  • Neutered: True
  • House Trained: Yes
  • Gets along with children: Yes
  • Gets along with other dogs: Yes
  • Gets along with cats: Yes

About Gnars

Gnars is an English Angora rabbit house rabbit. Which means he has LOTS of fur growing very fast and he doesn't live in a cage. In fact we treat Gnars similar to a cross between a small dog and a cat. Gnars is litter box trained and he has a kennel but no cage. He is outside of his kennel 99% of the time. He enjoys lounging outside when its breezy or snoozing in his hand-crafted barn on the balcony. He enjoys cuddling with dogs and light playing. Gnars is small but his personality is big! Bananas, romaine, and french beans are his favorite food. Gnars also enjoys car rides and has a bizarre fondness for children.

  • Sex: Male
  • Age: 1 year, 6 mo. old
  • Weight: 2lbs
  • Breed:
  • Tracking Chip: No
  • Neutered: True
  • House Trained: Yes
    Litter Box trained. Must place Hay above litter box. May take a day to catch on when in a new environment.
  • Gets along with children: Yes
  • Gets along with other dogs: Yes
  • Gets along with cats: Yes