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January 2009: Sadie is an approximately 2 year old brindle female with natural ears. She was found as a stray with collar and leash still attached. She is a very sweet girl who needs to be evaluated to determine health issues. She may have Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, a disease that affects skins elasticity and joint hyperflexibility. Sadie is not available for adoption until we identify her health issues and determine course of action. She does appear to be good with children, cats, and other dogs. Sadie came to MAGDRL in January 2009.
Updated 2/20/09: Meet the world's friendliest dog! When Sadie came into rescue she was so emaciated she could barely walk and didn't even have a name. After almost a month of good food and loving attention, she can now walk but still stumbles and falls. She has hyper-extended "wrists" on her front legs which may be the result of poor nutrition or a past trauma. Sadie also has weakness in her back legs - most likely wobblers disease. Surgeries to correct these problems will cost thousands of dollars. In spite of all of this, Sadie is extremely friendly, and great with children and other dogs. And did we mention her beautiful face and still puppyish antics? Sadie loves her stuffed toys and the Sunday paper... Sadie will receive further medical evaluation in March.
See also: http://www.magdrl.org/rescuesinneed.htm