Sadie has made herself right at home. She loves going from downstairs to upstairs to get the best view of outside and see what is going on. Sadie is more confident and is learning how fun toys are. She has also really started to enjoy running around the yard. Sadie makes the cutest noises when playing. If you have a home with a fenced yard and a male dog, apply today for Sadie.
Sadie continues to blossom in her foster home. She has settled into her new routines quickly and is fully housebroken. There have been no issues the brief times that Sadie has been crated. Her appetite continues to improve with each day. Sadie is very gentle with treats. She is full of love and actively seeks out her foster family for affection. Sadie walks well on leash and has learned how much fun it is to play with the other boxer in her foster home.
AABR partnered with another rescue to secure Sadie’s safety. She was in a hoarding/breeding situation and the owner was unable to care for Sadie. She loved with 10 other dogs at the time of surrender. Sadie is adjusting to life inside a home. While she may be shy, Sadie is very curious and loves exploring her new space. She walks well on a leash, but startles with loud noises. Sadie loves neck scratches and looking out the window at the world around her. Sadie would do great with another male dog in the home to help with her confidence. At this time, we do believe she would do best with a physical fence.