Say hello to the newest Adoptable Pet of the Week, Sadie! This energetic, 3-year-old lady will be your running partner and forever friend. Her friends at Lost Dog & Cat Rescue Foundation says she’s “always fully charged” and is looking for her forever home.
Here’s more of what her friends had to say about her:
If you are looking for an active partner to burn those quarantine pounds and get into beach shape, then Sadie is the girl for you. How to describe this beautiful and friendly girl — joyous, energetic, enthusiastic, playful, lively! This ball of energy lives life to the fullest and will always greet you with excited jumps and full-body wiggles. She eagerly joins any activity and experience you have to offer.
Sadie loves her walks (although she prefers runs), but if you don’t take the lead, she’ll gladly walk you. She is curious about so many things along the way (those hopping birds are just so tempting). She is a rough and rowdy player with other energetic dog buddies, running and wrestling with no off button. Sadie loves any and all toys and happily entertains herself with them (if they squeak even better).
This girl, with her zest for life, is wishing for her person or family without small children, who will include her in their active lifestyle and have time for continued training so that she can show off her brains as well as her beauty!
Is Sadie your forever friend? Check out Sadie’s full profile to learn more!
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