Sasha is the kind of dog who struggles to make it out of the shelter. She's a dark color - the kind that doesn't show up very well inside a run. When we got her outside, instead of black, she's a beaut iful espresso brown, with lowlights and highlights in her coat. Her story is a sad one - her family lost their home and had to give her up. She was sad and confused at the shelter, and didn't seem very interested in meeting people - I'm sure she still thought she'd be going home. We simply had to give this girl a chance, so we selected her to temperament test. When we took her outside to test her, we caught a glimpse of the girl that she was - and she was a resounding pass on the test! We were absolutely delighted - she was destined to be a Canine CellMates dog!
Sasha is a sweetheart with humans - a true, cuddle bug who loves belly rubs. She has moments of playfulness, and is great with all other dogs. She is extremely well housebroken, and is very calm and quiet. Sasha is around 3 years old, and a true medium-sized dog, at 46 pounds. If a calm dog that will play when you ask her to, is well-mannered, house-broken, obedience trained, and cuddly to boot is your kind of dog, then you need to meet this girl! Sasha is the best friend you've been looking for!
Canine CellMates dogs are trained in items similar to the Canine Good Citizen (CGC) test. They learn basic obedience and commands such as sit, down, stay, etc. If you are interested in adopting Sasha, please fill out an adoption application at www.caninecellmates.org, and email it to email@example.com.
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