Phoebe is a 6 year old bernedoodle princess. Large and in charge, this 75lb beauty is a goofy powerhouse. Always wearing a smile with her tongue to the side, Phoebe loves to run, keep tennis balls in her mouth, roll in the grass, and snuggle into your side. Your organs have never been so warm. Always ready to sit, lay down, and give you the sweetest paw shake, this mini pony is eager to please her humans and highly food/toy motivated. 

Our salt and pepper princess seeks a home with a fenced in yard with humans that will provide her with the physical and mental stimulation she needs. She might be 6 years old, but Phoebe has lots of energy and loves to run, hike, and be active. She is incredibly friendly towards people and loves making new friends. Her humans must be kind, gentle, and patient towards her. While we don’t know much about her past, it is clear someone was very rough or heavy handed with her. She should also be the only pet in the home. While she plays well with dogs, she does have an exuberant and vocal play style that isn’t appropriate for all.

The fluffy goof ball is house broken, crate trained, does well in the car, and loves to be by your side. She is also vocal, but speaks from her heart with love. 

We rescued Phoebe from a kill shelter after her family, that had her since puppyhood, abandoned her due to ‘moving’. However, once in the shelter, it was noted that she was peeing blood and sick. The family neglected our girl for over 2 years, which was her last vet visit. Phoebe needed emergency surgery. We promptly pulled her from the shelter and took her to our vet. In surgery, she was discovered to have a completely obstructed bladder with over 100 stones in it. We cannot imagine how much pain she was in. This took a long time to develop and was not a silent illness. Our hearts broke for Phoebe. 

Phoebe is NOT hypoallergenic. She does shed. Also, due to her propensity to develop bladder stones, Phoebe does require a prescription diet. Our girl is also prone to ear infections, which have been easily treated. She is very good about taking medications and receiving medical treatment. 

If interested in adopting Phoebe, please complete an application, which can be found on our website at Please note that due to an email glitch, sometimes emails get lost. We respond to all emails. So, if you don’t hear back from us, please follow up.  
  • Name: Phoebe
  • Age: 6 years old
  • Loves: Food, grass, tennis balls, and cuddles
  • Health: Spayed, vaccinated, chipped, requires special diet