My name is Sasha- Update!!

Posted 1 year ago | Updated over 8 months ago

Adoption process

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Adoption fee: $200

This helps Pet Assistance League of Northern California with pet care costs.

My basic info

Shepherd (Unknown Type)
Black - with Tan, Yellow or Fawn
2 years 5 months old, Young
Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg) (when grown)
Pet ID

My details

Checkmark in teal circle Good with dogs
Checkmark in teal circle Shots current
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered
Checkmark in teal circle Housetrained

My story

Here's what the humans have to say about me:

Sasha is a sweet, smart, loving girl who can not wait to find her own family. Sasha came to us after being hit by a car and suffering a fractured pelvis. The UC Davis Fracture program came to her rescue and brought her to Davis. They determined that her pelvis was healing and that her non weight bearing leg was not a fracture, so they asked us to rest her while she continued to heal. She is now completely healed and she has grown into an amazing girl. Sasha is a little shy initially, but will accept pets when she meets new people. She LOVES her people. Seeing her foster mom every morning makes her leap for joy- literally! She shows no sign of her injury and absolutely aims to please. She would do best in a home with a structured environment that can give her a lot of exercise. She loves to go for walks, and also loves to run around off leash. Sasha loves every dog she has ever met, and would make a great companion for another dog. She is smaller than she looks, only about 50lbs, and she is about 1.5 years old as of September 2023. If you think Sasha might be the one, email us at or fill out an application at
Pet Assistance League of Northern California

Contact info

Pet ID
PO Box 4215, Davis, CA 95616

Their adoption process


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Additional adoption info

PAL Northern California Adoption Process

Thank you for making the commitment to adopt an animal and give him or her a loving, permanent home.

PAL is a foster-home based animal rescue organization, and does not have a shelter facility for you to visit.

By housing the animals in people’s homes, PAL is able to ascertain their individual personalities, needs and behaviors. This helps us to match the right companion animal with the right adoptive home.

If you are interested in meeting one of our adoptable dogs please send in an application by email (

Interviews for our adoptable dogs are conducted by a volunteer adoption counselor by appointment after review of the applications for the dog. Appointments are not made on a first-come, first serve basis. Our focus is making the best match between our adoptable animals and the prospective adopters and not simply completing an adoption. If we feel the dog you are applying for is the best match for your family one of our adoption coordinators will contact you to set up a meeting.

Please do not be concerned if we don’t contact you. We are a volunteer-based organization and we are only able to call back the people we feel the dog would be a good match for.

Once you are contacted and have met the dog, one of our volunteer adoption counselors will interview you. All the adults in the household must be present for adoption interviews. Once you have interviewed with an adoption counselor we will make a decision if the dog is the best match for your family. You may not be able to take the dog home the day of your interview, depending on if other applicants are being interviewed, or if the dog has any other issues that need to be addressed prior to adoption.

A spay/neuter deposit of $100 will be charged at the time of adoption on all unaltered pets. Said deposit is fully refundable and will be refunded when we are provided with verification that the animal has been spayed or neutered.

Please remember that a pet is a family member and therefore, all members of the family need to be in agreement about when to adopt a pet and which pet to adopt.

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More about this rescue

PAL’s mission is to celebrate the human-animal bond. Toward that goal, we support organizations and individuals who strive to maintain and strengthen that bond. Recent projects include support of Sheltered, an art benefit for animal at risk at Davis Arts Center and funding through the Yolo County SPCA for a low-income vaccination clinic at Davis Community Church.

Other pets at this rescue

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