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My name is Sadie!

German Shepherd Dog/Greater Swiss Mountain Dog Mix Dog for adoption in Tracy, California - Sadie
Photo 1 - German Shepherd Dog/Greater Swiss Mountain Dog Mix Dog for adoption in Tracy, California - Sadie
Photo 2 - German Shepherd Dog/Greater Swiss Mountain Dog Mix Dog for adoption in Tracy, California - Sadie
Photo 3 - German Shepherd Dog/Greater Swiss Mountain Dog Mix Dog for adoption in Tracy, California - Sadie
Photo 4 - German Shepherd Dog/Greater Swiss Mountain Dog Mix Dog for adoption in Tracy, California - Sadie
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Friends of Canines Animal Rescue

Facts about Sadie

  • Breed: German Shepherd Dog/Greater Swiss Mountain Dog Mix
  • Color: Black - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: FCAR-2016-0007
This is Sadie. We are listing her as a Shepherd mix, but we don't know for certain what her breed mix is. Her tan is very light in color and she has a slight bit of wavy curl in her shiny black fur. She is a beautiful dog, wouldn't you say? Our vet estimated Sadie to be about 3 yrs old. She is spayed, current on vaccinations, and microchipped.

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
rescue@friendsofcanines.org.

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.

About Friends of Canines Animal Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We are located in Tracy, California and work with shelters in our area. We try to save dogs that are in danger of euthanization and give them a temporary home until we find a family for them. We housetrain them and teach them to live in a home environment. We offer socialization to our rescue dogs by walking them, taking them with us as often as possible, and work with them to get along with other foster dogs in our home. Lastly, before adopting a dog out to a new family, we do a home check to ensure that the rescue dog is a good match for the new adopters. If the new adoption does not work out in your home, we will welcome the dog back at any time. In this way, we hope that both you and the dog will be happy with the adoption.

We also help dog owners, and people who have found a lost dog, try to find a new home for these pets. We assist them by listing the dog on our web site as an owner assist listing. The owner or current caretaker of the pet continues to care for the pet and is the contact person for the pet, while the dog is listed on our webpage. Our adoption fees and policies for FCAR do not apply to these dogs. Their adoptions go strictly through their owners and caretakers and we try to help find them new families by providing exposure for them through our webpages.

Our Adoption Process...

Refer to our website: www.friendsofcanines.org and click on Adoption process for this information.