Sadie and Al Need a Home

Sadie and Al came to us very tragically this week when their owner's home burned down and they could not find housing that would accept dogs. Not knowing how long they would be in temporary housing they have asked for help finding their dogs find new homes. It would help the dogs tremendously if they could find a home together as Sadie leans on her older brother Al and he loves her too.

Sadie is a 6 year old lab mix who looks mostly lab. Her family owned her for 5 years.  In her previous home she spent most of her time indoors with 3 leash walks a day. She loved car rides and wore her own seat belt and loved to show how smart she was by shaking her foot when asked as well as knowing the commands sit, stay and lie down. When asked for Sadie'e best qualities her owner listed her cuddliness and her love of playing with toys.  She has lived with cats but sometimes chased them in play.
Al looks just like his name. At 12 he doesn't have to hide who he is or ask to be forgiven for his faults. Being chubby only adds to his appeal as a curly coated Beagle mix. He is feeling the loss of his family and home just as much as Sadie with both dogs looking out the windows hoping against hope their family's car will drive up. Being an older fellow who had the same home for most of his life it is harder for him to know their will be one more happy story for him when he is adopted again.  

Our dream home would be one where Al and Sadie have the same home as Sadie relies on him to be the boss and Al loves to show her the world. This May-December relationship works well for these lovely dogs. Please call 508.359.8989 or send an e-mail to info@medfieldshelter.com if you would like to meet Sadie and Al.  If you can't adopt them, please tell your friends about them so we can get them placed quickly.

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