Sadie is in need of a foster or adopter, sadly she is loosing her home.
Sadie is the happiest dog all the time. If her tail is down, which is not common for her it means something is not right . She has flea allergies, so as long as she takes her monthly meds year round she never has issues!
She likes ALL animals and is not aggressive! Totally Kitty approved! If she growls, she is most likely just playing with other dogs!
Sadie is also very versatile! You would think she ... is pure greyhound with her speed, therefore she MUST stay leashed, on a dog run or a fenced yard. She can jump over a 4ft fence too. Never trust her off leash.
She is a 45lb lap dog. Though you must never stop petting her! A bit of a picky eater but a girls gotta watch her weight! LoL
She loves going for walks, hikes, car rides, to the beach, you name it! This is one dog that will happily go on any adventure with you!
I call her "Scally Wag", and scrunch my face...she gets excited and copies me. She loves it and I hope it continues. There are other nicknames as well (Sade, SaySay and My Bratty Girl), all in good fun!
Excellent for vet visits too! Loves meeting new people, though at times may get nervous and looks to you for comfort. Doesn't like being picked up because she's so bony but loves hugs if you bed down for snuggles.
A polite girl at night sleeping at the foot of the bed. She will occasionally fall asleep with her head on the pillow but it's rare. You must always have a wire crate for her...she loves her den!
This wonderful girl is about 4 years old and would be suitable in any home, and has no aggression issues...just get a gentle leader for walks.
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