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Sadie 35777   

In shelter Dog

Prattville, AL, 36067
Pet name:
Sadie 35777
Pit Bull Terrier
Sadie is a 2-year-old female Pit Bull Terrier who must be spayed before she is adopted. She is a good looking girl who has a white coat with black markings. Sadie weighs 70 pounds so she is a big gal! She is high energy and needs a securely fenced yard where she can safely play. Sadie is both leash trained and house trained. We cant emphasize enough how strong and hyper Sadie is. She loves to be outside and play in the fenced yard. Due to her activity level she should not be adopted to a family with small children--older children only. We believe Sadie would be okay with other dogs who are similar in size to her. If you have another dog you would need to bring your dog to the shelter for a meet and greet with Sadie. We feel like the ideal adopter for Sadie would be an experienced dog owner who is willing to accept the challenge of teaching Sadie acceptable behavior; and willing to be patient and understanding with her as she learns.Dog/puppy adoption fees are $75 and cat/kitten adoption fees are $35 (as long as funds are available). Our adoption fees cover a microchip, microchip registration, discounted spay/neuter certificate, deworming, vaccinations (as age and law requires), and a courtesy vet exam at participating offices. Unless otherwise indicated under special needs our dogs have screened heart worm negative.


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