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My name is Sadie!
I'm being cared for by
Lucky's Crew Animal Rescue
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Approve Application

5.

Meet the Pet

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

7.

Pay Fee

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Approve Application

5.

Meet the Pet

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

7.

Pay Fee

Adoption application
Apply to Adopt

Facts about me

Breed
Shar Pei/Labrador Retriever
Color
Tan/Yellow/Fawn
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
Sex
Female
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small red x Not good with dogs
Small red x Not good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small red x Not housetrained

My story

Sadie is a derpy, approximately 6 year old Lab/Sharpei mix. She absolutely adores people but is picky about her furry friends. If you like the idea of being someones exclusive center of the universe, Sadie’s your girl. Snuggling in your lap is her favorite thing to do. Who cares if you get squished to pulp, right?
Sadie is a derpy, approximately 6 year old Lab/Sharpei mix. She absolutely adores people but is picky about her furry friends. If you like the idea of being someones exclusive center of the universe, Sadie’s your girl. Snuggling in your lap is her favorite thing to do. Who cares if you get squished to pulp, right?
Rescue

Lucky's Crew Animal Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
Contact
Phone
Address
Bakersfield, CA 93308
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Approve Application

5.

Meet the Pet

6.

Sign Adoption Contract

7.

Pay Fee

Additional adoption info

We match you with the perfect dog if the one you initially signed up for is not a good fit or is already spoken for. Once all the formalities are done and over with, you may take your new best friend home!
We match you with the perfect dog if the one you initially signed up for is not a good fit or is already spoken for. Once all the formalities are done and over with, you may take your new best friend home!

Go meet their pets

We are not hosting or participating in pet adoption events at this time in order to assist in keeping the pandemic under control.
We are not hosting or participating in pet adoption events at this time in order to assist in keeping the pandemic under control.

More about this rescue

It all began late one evening when Meredith, founder of LCAR, watched John, co-founder, pull into the driveway with an unexpected passenger. There she sat in the front seat, as tall as she could possibly get, so she could look out, over the dashboard. It was love at first sight. John had found Roxy (the most amazing boxer) wandering the streets in Oildale and had brought her home with him in hopes of reuniting her with her family. Meredith and John took her to the Vet the next morning to have her checked for a microchip. To everyone’s delight, she had one! But, as fate would have it, the person who finally answered the call after several days of trying, hung up when the Vet explained their dog was safe and ready to go back home and never answered a call from the Vet again. That’s when Roxy went home with Meredith and John, becoming the first of many, many rescued dogs, cats and horses that were yet to find their way home to the ranch. Roxy was a great teacher, peace keeper and, quite possibly, the sweetest creature on earth! She was the welcoming committee for all the new dogs and made them feel safe. Lucky arrived soon after. She and Roxy were thick as thieves from day one and roamed the ranch as if they owned the place. Well, they did actually own the place! Every new animal would be thoroughly inspected and shown the ropes. Every four legged creature was welcomed with wiggly butts, lots of licks and happy barks. While Roxy was the Mama whose babies could never do anything wrong, Lucky was the cheeky middle child who was always up to mischief. Before she decided which home was hers, Lucky had been canvassing the property for 4-6 weeks, stealing the neighbors snack lunches and staying just out of reach. Once she had made her pick, she simply waltzed in and took over. She’s been queen of the castle ever since. Several dogs have shown up on the property since then, appearing as if out of thin air. They must have heard of the ranch being the place to be if you had no place left to go.
It all began late one evening when Meredith, founder of LCAR, watched John, co-founder, pull into the driveway with an unexpected passenger. There she sat in the front seat, as tall as she could possibly get, so she could look out, over the dashboard. It was love at first sight. John had found Roxy (the most amazing boxer) wandering the streets in Oildale and had brought her home with him in hopes of reuniting her with her family. Meredith and John took her to the Vet the next morning to have her checked for a microchip. To everyone’s delight, she had one! But, as fate would have it, the person who finally answered the call after several days of trying, hung up when the Vet explained their dog was safe and ready to go back home and never answered a call from the Vet again. That’s when Roxy went home with Meredith and John, becoming the first of many, many rescued dogs, cats and horses that were yet to find their way home to the ranch. Roxy was a great teacher, peace keeper and, quite possibly, the sweetest creature on earth! She was the welcoming committee for all the new dogs and made them feel safe. Lucky arrived soon after. She and Roxy were thick as thieves from day one and roamed the ranch as if they owned the place. Well, they did actually own the place! Every new animal would be thoroughly inspected and shown the ropes. Every four legged creature was welcomed with wiggly butts, lots of licks and happy barks. While Roxy was the Mama whose babies could never do anything wrong, Lucky was the cheeky middle child who was always up to mischief. Before she decided which home was hers, Lucky had been canvassing the property for 4-6 weeks, stealing the neighbors snack lunches and staying just out of reach. Once she had made her pick, she simply waltzed in and took over. She’s been queen of the castle ever since. Several dogs have shown up on the property since then, appearing as if out of thin air. They must have heard of the ranch being the place to be if you had no place left to go.