Gorgeous Sadie is dog and people friendly. Her time was up at a distant shelter so we agreed to rescue her to save her life. Sadie was adopted from the shelter Dec 2020 and returned back to the shelter March 2021. She was a backyard/farm dog with a pack of dogs that didn't get any training nor attention. With the pack of dogs running loose on the property they chased (prey drive) small critters and calves. Shelter volunteers that have walked and handled her all tell us she is very sweet treat motivated enjoys toys listens and loves to be petted. One of our volunteers met her with their male GSD and she did great with them. Very social and knows sit for treats. She relaxes in her cage. Enjoys being taken out. We had shelter test her with large and small dog and she was great with them. Sadie wanted to play with all the dogs she met.
URGENT: Sadie needs an experienced adult home with yard. No other small animals or cats. Dog her size is fine. She is beautiful and ready to learn to be your hiking buddy.
Update from Transport to Temporary Foster Home: She is perfect sweetie! Friendly with all 3 transporters gives kisses and rode in cars well (2 cars) easy on leash well behaved and friendly right away with us. Sits for treats listens and gave us kisses. She is now in a temp. foster home and doggie day care. Sadie is a great dog. More info. to come.
1st day update: She is sweet and playful. A little unsure of the place but very affectionate to both David and me. Good with the other dogs. Not great manners yet with other dogs plays hard and very happy. But soft mouth when taking treats. She is learning. Fun and energetic.
She is very smart and well behaved at her foster home. Social friendly with everyone she meets. She would love another dog at home to play with.
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