Age: 5 years old
Size (weight): 16 lbs.
Coat & colour: Black and tan, smooth-haired
Temperament: Sweet, curious, loveable, happy
Good with Dogs: Yes, is very good with all makes and models of dogs
Good with Cats: Yes
Good with Kids: Yes
Needs another Dog: Recommended
Needs to be an only Dog: No, definitely not.
Suitable for an Apartment: No, she cries when she is not with her human and can be very loud. She also loves to explore to backyard.
Origin: Owner surrender
Adoption Fee? $350.00
SPECIAL HEALTH NOTE:
Due to Sally’s IVDD back issue, she should never have access to stairs (up or down), jump on or off furniture, beg in an upright position, jump around or play with toys in a thrashing manner. Investigating out and about in the yard and leash walking are fine.
And now a few words from me:
Hey everyone, I’m Sally! I’m looking for a new forever home. I am a happy-go-lucky girl who gets along well with everyone! I love car rides and also walking with my dog buddies. I hurt my back a while ago and have to be extremely careful when I walk and play! My foster mom says that l am lightning fast and try to come up or down the stairs before they even see me. But can you blame me? I just want to be where all the action is! I tend to get attached to my humans and sometimes cry if I can’t find them. Because of this it would be better for me to live in a house… I’m told that I can be a little loud. I sleep in my crate and will also stay there during the day when people are away. The funny thing is, I like it in there and will sometimes go there on my own to chill for a bit. Hope to meet you soon! P.S. I adore men!
And now a few words from my foster family:
Sally is a really sweet girl who loves to be around her humans. We have to be very careful and make sure that we carry her with us if we are changing floors in the house, otherwise she tries to follow us up and down the stairs. She has IVDD and had a flair up before she came into the care of CDRO. We have been very careful to not let her use the stairs and can see the great improvement in her back and movement since her arrival into foster care. Sally doesn’t mind being picked up but sometimes she likes it when you have to follow her in order to get her! She certainly has a playful side. She tends to talk to you sometimes too! Sally does sleep in her kennel but did cry when she first arrived. She is doing much better now. Sally bonds very quickly with people and will be a very sweet addition to any home.