You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Otto is an easy-going, plain & simple good boy. He is sweet and gentle, always looking for pets and snacks. Otto loves to be outside almost as much as he loves to be a couch potato. He likes to sleep his sweet head on a pillow or arm rest. In between naps, he does have little spurts of playfulness, and likes to play fetch and chew on his stuffed toys, or sniff around outside. Otto is good with other dogs and he is crate trained. Otto would be a wonderful addition to any household, hes just happy to be along for the ride. Look at that face! If you think Otto would be the perfect addition to your family, please complete an adoption application found under the Adopt menu. www.sadiesrescue.org/animals/list Please keep in mind there are many factors to consider when choosing the right match for a dog, so an application cannot guarantee adoption. Nor do we work on a first come first served basis, but rather strive to find the best match for the personality of each dog. As part of our adoption process, references both personal and veterinarian will be checked. Sadies also requires a home visit before we adopt any of our dogs out; therefore we only adopt to our local WNY region. Please only apply if you are serious about adopting as placing each foster dog in the best home takes time and effort by our volunteers.
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