We know a little about Sadie's history; she was surrendered to the shelter by her owner with another 10 month old female Shepherd mix. From having Sadie in foster care, we see that she is very smart; she has learned how to play fetch by watching the other foster dogs. We think that she might do okay in a home as a single dog or perhaps do okay with another large breed dog - probably a friendly male might be a better fit than another female. However, we are still getting to know Sadie as she is new to our rescue group and she is still settling in. We think she is pretty focused on cats when we are out walking and a home without cats might be a good fit for her. We think that Sadie is about 2.5 or 3 yrs old and she currently weighs less than 80 lbs. She is learning to walk nice on a leash and she rides well in the car - we currently crate her when we
transport her. Sadie is crate trained and keeps her crate clean and dry and sleeps very well inside the home; she is very quiet in her crate.
If you are interested in adopting Sadie, please visit our website, www.friendsofcanines.org and check out our adoption process and complete an adoption application. You will see from our Adoption process, we will bring her to your home for a meet and greet, if it appears that you have good fit for her. If you have any further questions, feel free to e-mail us at
The adoption fee for Sadie is $200. As you can see, she is a lovely lovely dog with tons of potential to be someone's special girl. Thank you for considering one of our foster pets.
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