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$75 Adoption/Rehoming Fee. Supplies Included.
Sadie is all smiles! This beautiful girl is a Lab mix with the most loving personality you can imagine. She adores children, and gets along well with everyone. She does tend to be a bit wary of men she does not know, but soon warms up once she gets a chance to know them. Sadie is housebroken, spayed, up to date on her vaccinations and very healthy. She is just a year old, and weighs just 45 pounds – not too big – and not too small!
Sadie is being rehomed by her owner, who is heartbroken to have to make this extremely difficult decision for Sadie’s well-being.? Her owner has recently fallen on very hard times, and has had to move in with relatives, who are not “dog people”. Sadie is having to stay outdoors, and her owner is being pressured into finding Sadie a new home.
Please open your heart and home to this fantastic dog. She is sure to fill your life with love, play, laughter and companionship. She’ll teach your children compassion, and show you exactly what unconditional love is all about.
Sadie’s owner would very much love to stay a part of her life, so it would be wonderful if the occasional visit would be allowed, along with updates on how Sadie is doing.
To offer Sadie a loving home, please fill out our adoption application form here: https://petprosservices.com/adopt/.
There is a $75 adoption/rehoming fee. Supplies will be included.
All About Sadie[one_half] Name of Pet: Sadie
Location: San Antonio, TX, 78251
Type of Pet: Dog
Breed of Pet: Pitbull/Lab Mix
Sex of Pet: Female[/one_half] [one_half_last]
Age of Pet: 1 yr., 1 month
Health Problems: No
Up To Date on Vaccinations: Yes
Gets along with cats: Unknown
Gets along with dogs: Yes
Accessories Included: Leash, soccer ball, travel pop-up kennel, exercise pen (for emergencies, and if wanted), brush, shedding tool, food bowls and anything else that belongs to her.
Sadie is friendly and excitable. She loves children and but is very shy with other animals and wary of unknown men. She warms up to others quickly, though, when she senses all is well. She loves to exercise, especially go on long runs. She’s curious and still in the exploration phase of her life, so she can be a handful when not closely supervised. She aims to please, though, she’s fantastic at sensing emotions and when I’m sick or upset she tries her best to comfort me.
Sadie’s Current Home Environment
At the moment, my current living situation has required me to move in with family and it is for this reason that I need to find a new home for Sadie. She is not getting the exercise she needs spending most of her day in a pen. My relatives will not allow her to come into their home, so being apart from me and having to stay outdoors is not okay with me.
Sadie’s Current Family:
It’s just Sadie and me now.
Sadie’s Favorite Toys, Foods, Activities?
Sadie loves playing soccer and playing “tag” with me. Her favorite toys include a soccer ball she can fit in her mouth and various sizes of knotted ropes she messes around with or we use to play tag. She will destroy any other toy given to her, especially anything with stuffing. We go on hikes and runs every weekend. Favorite food is Purina Beneful Healthy Smile and I mash in a can of Beneful Medleys or Cesar Canine Cuisine. She also loves raw carrots to chew on.
Cute Sadie Story:
The most heartwarming story I can tell is the story of how she came into my life. I was coming out of my local library one day and heard this strange cry coming from behind some bushes. I went over to look behind the bushes and there was this tiny pup, eyes shut still, nearly fur-less, and shivering. I scooped her up and began searching around the property for a mom, other pups, or anyone really who would claim her. Twenty minutes had gone by with no such luck and then I realized she had fallen soundly asleep in my arms. I couldn’t leave her behind. I took her to the vet and posted ads all over the internet and community. Two days later I received a call from a woman who admitted to having dumped her there. She was the owner of the parents and the mom had given birth to 18 puppies. This pup had been determined the runt of the litter and that resonated with me because I have always felt that way in my own family (being the ONLY person in my entire family that is not 5’10” or taller.) The owner could not financially deal with the situation. She apologized for how she handled the matter and said that she prayed the pup would survive. I thanked the woman for her honesty and from that moment on, this pup has been my Sadie.
Why is Sadie Being Rehomed?
I’m currently undergoing a separation and so Sadie and I had to move in with family members. They are not dog people and remind me daily that they “are being more than generous” to have her in their yard and garage at night.
Sadie’s Perfect Adoptive Home Will Be:
My desire is to see Sadie be loved and cared for like she deserves. She is the only thing I have left and I can’t watch her suffer for me. I would rather end up alone and give her up to someone who will treat her like a member of the family and not a yard dog. My poor baby needs attention and love. I don’t know when my living situation will change or how long it will take me to get back on my own two feet, but I do know I can’t punish my baby girl for my failures.
I would really appreciate to be sent updates on her once in a while (maybe on her birthday, Jan. 13th.) Pictures especially appreciated!