I'm being cared for by: volunteers for animal welfare, inc.
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Sadie
Breed: Dalmatian/Labrador Retriever Mix
Color: White - With Black
Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Hi! My name is Sadie. I am a sweet 2 year old female dog. I am not sure of my mix, but best guess is possibly Dalmatian and Beagle. I weigh around 55 lb. I am an energetic, playful girl and would make a great companion for any family. I am good with kids, although very small children I might be too energetic for. I am great with other dogs. I am crate trained and if let out often I am house trained too. I have been living mostly outside but my pet sitter who has kept me many times has said that I am very good inside the house and that is where I want to be. I have a sibling named Sawyer. I do not think it would be a problem to separate us. I really need to find a wonderful loving home before winter time. I want to be inside and loved on. Please consider me if you are looking for a sweet girl like me. Love and kisses, Sadie xox Please go to www.vfaw.petfinder.com to fill out an online application.
VFAW is a small rescue organization that helps homeless dogs who are in kill shelters and strays. We do not have an actual shelter. We have individual foster homes that we keep our rescued dogs in until they find their forever homes. Once a dog in foster care gets adopted, it makes room for another dog to be rescued. We do everything medically needed done for each dog. We have taken in dogs with heartworm (and had them treated by vet), blind dogs, 3 legged dogs, special needs dogs, and very adoptable dogs. We do not euthanize. We have been rescuing for over 9 years and have successfully found wonderful loving homes for hundreds of dogs. We keep in contact with the new adopters to make sure things are going well. If there are any issues we work with them to try to make it better. We do ask that if for some reason an adopter cannot keep the dog that it is returned to VFAW. We started this rescue because we are in a very rural area where people need to be educated on over population. There are too many stray dogs running around and we decided something had to be done to help them. We spay snd neuter all dogs before adopting. We give out dog training dvd's to the new adopters to give them pointers on how to make it work. We encourage our adopters to give us updates and also let us know if they are having any issues. We want the adoption to be a success. We take in any breed, mix, size etc. All dogs in need are all important to us.
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501c3 non profit organization
Our Adoption Process...
we have an adoption application to be able to find the right fit for the dog and the family. Once it is approved a meeting may be set up. There is a contract to sign. The normal adoption fee is $165.00. This does include spay/neuter, up to date on vaccines, heartworm testing, any other medical issues are addressed and fixed.
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