My name is Sally!

Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Colmar, Pennsylvania - Sally
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Stray Network Animal Rescue

Facts about Sally

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Hi there, I'm Sally! I am a relatively small lab mix, weighing only about 45 pounds max. I am roughly a year and a half old. I’ve had a really hard life so far.. I was not treated very well and abandoned when I became pregnant with my babies. I am crate trained and housebroken, up to date on my shots, and microchipped. I love to sit on the couch next to my foster family and just chill out. I really have a lot of love to give, although it wasn’t shown very much to me throughout my life so far. (Except for my amazing foster family). I am wanting my very own family that will love me and show me what it is to be part of a family.

Won't you please consider adding me to your family so that I can finally have my fur-ever home?

About Stray Network Animal Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Stray Network Animal Rescue is a federally recognized 501c3 NON PROFIT. We are a foster based rescue, we are an ALL VOLUNTEER FOSTER BASED RESCUE comprised of a group of passionate dog lovers whose mission is to rescue, provide sanctuary, and ultimately to re-home abandoned, stray and neglected dogs specifically momma dogs and their pups in Mississippi and Tennessee and surrounding areas. We rescue from the Mid-South where almost all the shelters are EXTREMELY HIGH KILL and then we transport them up North WHERE OUR DOGS ARE FOSTERED in our local Montgomery, Berks, Chester and Bucks County Pennsylvania foster homes to prepare them for adoption. We adopt out to any state of course but specialize in adoption to Pennsylvania/New Jersey/Maryland/Connecticut/New York, Rhode Island, Virginia, Ohio and Delaware.

Stray Network Animal Rescue's dogs are housed in foster homes where they are provided with an enormous amount of love and attention. All our animals are spayed or neutered and brought up-to-date on shots before being placed in their new homes. At times some of our dogs are also house trained and taught basic obedience.

Stray Animal Network Rescue dogs are evaluated for temperament and personality to the best of our volunteer's abilities. This helps us to place them in homes that are well suited to their needs and to the needs of their future owners.

Stray Network Animal Rescue is a 100% 501c3 federally recognized non-profit, no-kill organization dedicated to the rescue and rehoming of dogs. SNAR is run by professionals who volunteer their time and resources to help save the lives of these animals.

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Come Meet Our Pets...

We schedule meet and greet events monthly or individually by appointment.
Please visit our fan page for more info on specific events in your are. Also be sure to complete the application on our website

Our Adoption Process...

We do accept FOSTER TO ADOPT and recommend this to families with pets already in the home ! Ask us about our amazing FOSTER TO ADOPT program (there is a non refundable deposit with this program). We consider applicants for adoption who agree to adhere to our adoption contract rules which require adopters to care for the pets as discussed in the contract. We do have an adoption fee that covers the medical, boarding and transport of the dog to the new owner. All requirements are outlined in the application and contract. For example: ENVIRONMENT
Adopter agrees to care for the dog in a humane and responsible manner and to provide it with clean and adequate shelter, food, water, and veterinary care. The dog shall reside indoors, in the adopter’s home, and live as a family member and companion. Furthermore, adopter agrees to have adequate fencing enclose the yard (if applicable). Adequate fencing is defined as a fence that encloses a yard or large area, preventing the dog from going outside such area and preventing other animals, intruders or children from easily gaining entry to such area. An adequate fence does not include a split rail, electric, or invisible fence. At no time is it acceptable for the dog to be chained.
Adult dogs will be placed on heartworm preventative prior to adoption. Any dog adopted as a puppy shall begin heartworm preventative at four (4) months of age when receiving the rabies shot. The dog shall remain on heartworm preventative without laps throughout the entire lifespan of the dog. The dog shall be current and up to date on all vaccinations. Unless directed by a licensed veterinarian for reasons related to the health and welfare of the dog, cosmetic surgery will not be performed under any circumstances, including, but not limited to, tail docking or ear cropping.
The donation is not a fee or sale price, but a request to defer or reimburse rescuer for any and all medical expenses, or any other expenses incurred by the dog or rescuer to consider dog for adoption. Our adoption donation is $375 this includes age appropriate vaccinations, microchip, exam, health certificate, transportation from the mid south to adoption state and spay/neuter.


The dog will wear a nylon or leather collar or harness with appropriate tags at all times. It is preferable that the collar have a quick snap type closure. At no time is it acceptable for the dog to be wearing a chain or “choke” collar.