Do you need a little more wiggle in your life or maybe a few extra cuddles? Silly question, because I know everyone does, especially when its doggy butt wiggle or a little extra warmth during these cold winter months!
So now that we've gotten that out of the way and know the answer is of course yes, I'm Sasha, a 3 year old bulldog mix coming in at a petite 45lbs. Someday I hope to show you my mad cuddling skills in person.
Most people who meet me say I either look like the pup from Little Rascals or a panda, but either way, my foster mom says I'm beautiful and have a super soft shiny coat. I like to keep my girlish figure by being super active. Everyday, my foster mom and my two foster fur siblings go for two big walks plus I like to run and play in our fenced-in yard. If you have another dog that loves, and I mean LOVES to play that would be great. My favorite thing to do is race across the yard with my foster brother. Oh, and I love toys with squeakers. They are my favorite. I even go to doggy daycare 2-3 times per week to play and LOVE it! I hope when I find my forever family they will take me too when they go to work during the day.
At night I get to sleep upstairs with my foster mom and doggy brother and sister. My favorite place to sleep is on the bed with you. I stay curled up all night, so I don't take up a lot of room. I mostly cuddle with my brother but may have a leg or two touching you too. During the day when my foster mom goes to work I either go to doggy daycare or hang out with my foster brother and sister at home. I do really good being loose in the house. I mostly hang out in the window or nap on the couch. It also helps that she can trust me to not have any accidents since I'm potty trained.
My foster mom said it is also important that I tell you I don't like the cold very much which is why I wear my pink hoodie and you need go outside with me to potty even in a fenced yard otherwise I might not go. I figure if I have to be cold, you should too. Also, my new family needs to set boundaries for me and stick to them. I do much better and am so much more confident with a strong leader and structure. When I know what's expected of me, I am on my best behavior. Oh and, one more thing, I am not the biggest fan of crates. She keeps telling me they are okay and a safe place but I still don't like them. It's just too lonely and I prefer to have company.
I have a lot of love to give including cuddles and kisses to my lucky new family. I hope they find me quick because it would be really great to start my new life. I really love it at my foster home, but my own would be better plus then she could help another doggy. If you think you could be them, make sure to fill out an adoption application so we can meet! I'll be sure to greet you with a wiggle!
Adoption Fee: $400
We are a Wisconsin state licensed dog rescue -WI# 402433
***We do not have a central adoption center at this time. All our dogs are in private foster homes within WI. At this time we only place our dogs in areas of WI. The breed of our dogs is our best guess with the help of our veterinarians.
If you are adopting an adult dog, which we consider 6 months of age or older, your adoption fee includes the following:
Spay/Neuter, Rabies and Distemper shots, dewormed, flea & tick preventative, heartworm tested and microchipped.
If you are adopting a dog younger than 6 months of age, the dog will be up to date on the shots as per the dogs age. The dog will be dewormed, flea/tick preventative and microchipped. We only spay/neuter our dogs by 6 months of age. If you decide to adopt a younger dog than 6 months of age, they will need to be spayed/neutered at one of our preferred clinics. This will be determined by your contract along with the month they should have their surgery. This is included in your adoption fee.
Once you are approved with our rescue, you can meet any one of our dogs within the fosters home. If you are interested in the dog you met, you can take the dog home under our mandatory foster to adopt program. You receive 5 days to see if the dog is the right fit for your home.
If it is, we will conduct the home visit and finalize adoption. If it is not, it is returned to the foster. We are happy to find you another dog that meets your needs in your home.
If a dog is listed as PENDING, a family has met the dog and planning on adopting the dog after the home visit has been conducted. We always suggest sending in an application for a dog because there are times where the dogs are given back to us under the foster to adopt program. There are many reasons dogs are returned but normally it just was not the right fit for all.
Please go to WWW.TAILWAGGERS911.COM under HOW TO ADOPT . We have an online application that is very easy to fill out.
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