Sadie Mae   

In shelter Dog

Mount Pleasant, Charleston County, So...
Beagle, Mixed
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Sadie Mae
Sadie Mae  is a VERY sweet, very friendly apprx 10 year old beagle mix. She gets along with dogs and we think she would do great with kids. She is  getting spayed 1/9, microchipped, up to date on vaccines and  prevention and heartworm negative. Her adoption fee is $150. Sadie Mae does suffer from possible IVDD and may have flare up back issues ongoing throughout the rest of her life but it doesn't stop her from living her best life! From Sadie's foster mom: Hi, I’m Sadie! I am a distinguished lady who would never admit her age, although I’m 12. I may have arthritis but am doing well on my feet. I like friends of all sizes, genders, and play energies if they are not feline. I do not like to share my food with other of the 4-legged variety. However, I don’t mind it when mom takes or moves my bowl and I love pets while I eat. A little about me: FOOD FOOD FOOD!! I chase squirrels and small animals with glee; I LOVE bones, soft snuggle beds, pettings, and adventurous walks. I make the best class/office mate because I just want to sit and watch. I have arthritis but have been getting along great (with minor accommodations) and rebuilding my muscles while supporting my joints. What accommodations do you ask? I watch my weight and have a higher fat/calcium diet. I also need a small steroid, every other day, until cleared by the vet. Stairs can be a little tough but I’m ok with a small step up or a ramp. Sadie will be ready to meet her forever family after her spay on 1/9. Please fill out this link for the application if you'd like to be approved to meet her


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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