Looking for a home: Sadie

Posted: August 4th, 2014 | Featured, Pets | No Comments

Every dog has a story, here’s mine…

How I arrived at the San Diego Humane Society: 

I was brought in by my previous owner, because they could no longer take care of me. 


During my stay: 

I have really enjoyed getting to know the SDHS staff. I have even joined them for lunch a couple of times! To be honest, if I could, I would just love to be with humans 24/7! I’m just not a huge fan of being left alone. But once you get to know me, you won’t ever want to be apart (at least, I’m told I have that kind of effect on people). The staff has also learned that I am very food motivated (beware: My proclivity for people-food has been discovered, and I’m said to be something of a counter-surfer). Also, I’m trained! I know sit, shake, down, wait and high-five!

Why I am the one for you: 

I am reserved and shy at first, but I will warm up if given adequate time to adjust and become a real sweetheart. My activity level is typically low but I do love to go for walks and play a good round of tug-of-war! I am good with kids over three years old and other dogs who are respectful of my golden age and not overly playful. In my last home, I lived with two cats, so if you have felines then I’m your gal!

My adoption fee includes my spay/neuter, current vaccinations, permanent microchip identification, a certificate for a free veterinary exam, a gift from Hill’s Science Diet, a license if residing in Oceanside or Vista, and limited veterinary medical coverage from VCA Hospitals up to $250!

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