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Sadie, sweet little Parsons Russell

From: Andrea B.
Sent on: Monday, July 8, 2013 12:04 AM
Contact Annie @[masked] for info and pics....

Hi Wag friends,

Will you help me find a new forever home for Sadie? Her mom is traveling a lot these days and Sadie finds herself in doggie daycare quite often. Her mom Annie writes:

Sadie is a sweet little Parsons Russell. When I took her to the Vet (Bayshore Veterinary Clinic) for the first time we guessed that she was approximately 4years old and now is 7. She has all the fun Russell terrier fire and jumping vigor one would know from a Russell but she is a fantastic snuggler. There is nothing she likes more than being in the thick of all the humans snuggled in and getting petted. 

When we first got Sadie she was a rescue dog. Her previous owner kicked her repeatedly and dislocated her back knee. She was malnourished but bounced back really well. Her weight stays around 15 pounds.

Sadie does not like other animals. Sadly, I think she became this way after her last owner. She will be happiest in a home without other pets and with places to go on long walks. She has had the run of the backyard and used a dog door to get in and out. She learned the door very quickly and has been very good with making sure she uses it when she needs to use the bathroom. We walk her on a gentle leader since she pulls when walking. She is very strong and would tow my son on his roller blades! She is great with kids from 5 on up. 

Sadly I travel so much that she is spending a lot of time in doggie day care. 

Please contact Annie @[masked]

--
Andrea Barlow

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