Sadie Blue, STAR # 1754
Sadie Blue is heading to her forever home along with STAR Alumni family, the Cotters. Sadie will get two fur brothers with Charlie and Scooby Doo with many adventures ahead. Dogs are their family, and we are so happy for Sadie who was found as a stray and now landed in a life of love and luxury. Thank you, Trevor and Leslie for fostering yet another STAR dog!
“I may not be winning any fetch awards, but I will definitely win over your heart with my mad snuggling skills. If a night of snack, snuggling, and sitcoms are your thing – we may be a perfect match”.
~Sadie, 1-year-old Blue Merle Female.
Sadie is a 45lb, 1 year old Blue Merle. The first thing you’ll notice about her IS her cuddly side. Sadie’s special hidden talent is giving the most slobbery kisses. she has loved everyone she meets and has no problem with humans of all ages. Given a tennis ball, she will wait for you to throw it or drop it so you have two hands to pet her with.
If Sadie was on a dating app, her pickup line would be: “I’m just a dog, standing in front of a family, asking them to love her.”
While Sadie’s previous life is unknown to us, we can tell you that she is an amazing dog. It takes no time to fall in love with her. Sadie is spayed, microchipped, UTD on all vaccinations, heartworm negative, and crate trained.
Sadie was found down near Corpus Christi.. She is a blue merle female approx. one year old and 45 lbs. If this is your dog, please be prepared to present STAR with photos and vet paperwork and pay our expenses.. Sadie will be fostered in the San Antonio area.. She should be available for adoption after the first of July..
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