Sage is happy, playful, affectionate, smart and energetic. She responds well to training and learns quickly. She gets along with well mannered dogs of all sizes, provided introductions are done appropriately. She is respectful and sweet with dog savvy kitties too. Sage can be quite nervous and timid in new situations and with strangers. She has shown that with time, patience and affection she can overcome her initial shyness and bond well with her humans.
Sage enjoys having a companion dog to romp around and play with. She likes running and is a good hiking and jogging partner. Sage truly enjoys a vigorous game of fetch and will return the ball to you. Due to her rough beginning in life Sage would do best with an experienced dog person who has the patience, knowledge and understanding to help her continue to build her self confidence. A home with a confident, well balanced dog that could help show her the ropes would be ideal. Sage has loads of personality and can be a very goofy, funny girl who will keep you laughing at her silly antics. Sage is estimated to be born in Jan 2015 or so and weighs about 45lbs.
Please email right away if you would like to learn more about this dog......and visit our website www.siarescuers.org to learn more about our rescue group. Adoption fees range from $150-$250 for dogs. THE DOGS SHOWN ON THE SITE ARE IN FOSTERCARE - WE DO NOT HAVE A SHELTER TO VISIT. EMAIL is the best way to reach us.We are a volunteer run, very small organization - so please be patient when waiting for a response, but feel free to check back in if you haven't heard from us in a day or so - thank you so much for considering a rescued pooch!
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