** IN VERMONT ** Meet Sadie!
Here is her video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uip8cWso3Q
Sadie is approx. 1 1/2 years old, about 60 lbs., vetted, spayed, and micro-chipped. Sadie was found in SC passed out from heat stroke and very emaciated. She was immediately rushed to the Vet for medical care and is now a very healthy pup ready to start her new life! She is a young pup and loves to play a s you can see in her video she runs like a deer; she would do well with an active lifestyle where she can get the exercise she thoroughly loves. Sadie is a very affectionate, expressive, and goofy girl who loves people of all ages. Sadie is house trained and is medium+ energy; she loves attention and going for car rides and adventures. Sadie is currently training with one of our VIP volunteers and comes with 2 one on one professional training sessions! She current is very insecure around other dogs but is so willing to learn so Sadie should be the only pup and center of attention in the home. Sadie would do best in a rural environment with a family that is experience with dogs and where she can have the freedom to be herself.
If you are interested in adopting Sadie please fill out an Application at www.Passion-4-Paws.org (please make sure you have the Vermont site) thanks!
Check out her Facebook page (please "Like" us while you are there): http://tinyurl.com/y79fjz92
Disclosure: Breed labels are often incorrect: we rarely know the genetic lineage of the dogs we rescue. Many shelters and rescues specify breeds based on appearance; however, research has shown that less than 2% of a dog’s DNA determines appearance! Passion 4 Paws does not practice the use of labels pertaining to compatibility with others or dog breed. Labels such as “dog friendly” and “child friendly” should be used with caution as they often over-simplify the personalities and behavior of dogs.
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