Sasha ended up at the Tri-County shelter as a stray. She's microchipped, so her owner was located. Her owner decided she was too difficult to contain, so she left Sasha at the shelter. That's where she spent her summer.
Sasha in her foster home is relaxed and personable. She is thin, but eating better, and should gain weight daily. She's a tall girl, and reminds us of a super model. She is good with the other dogs in the home and was curious, but not aggressive towards the cats at the clinic on Adoption Day. She's confident in herself and doesn't need to be in your lap, but does like to lay on the floor next to you. She even knows a few commands!
Sasha would do best in a home with a caregiver who will give her a good 45 minute walk daily. She's reasonable on a leash without constant pulling. She's not a hyper dog, but just one who deserves a routine outing for her general well-being. Having a securely fenced yard would reduce the risk of a repeat trip to the shelter, but as long as safety precautions are in place, she should be fine in any environment.
Sasha is a beautiful dog and will look even better when she gains a few pounds. She has a soft double coat that will need regular brushing.
More about Sasha
Good with Dogs, Not Good with Cats
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