Available Seniors

Meet Sadie, a 13 year old Pug/Beagle cross who is 23lbs. She's good with dogs and while we're not sure about cats, we think based on her chill demeanour that they won't be a problem. Sadie is a sweet little lady, that’s still got a lot of spunk left in her. She was owner relinquished through no fault of her own. They claimed she ‘leaked and piddled’ when excited - but her foster mom has seen no evidence of that. We’ll try not to judge. Sadies house training is perfect -no accidents since arriving. She gets along well with other dogs. Cuddly with her person. She still flinches a bit when you reach to pet her but she’s starting to realize pats are awesome and the hands here are gentle. She doesn’t want to be left alone so another dog would be great if her new family works. If she winds up with a fellow retiree she would likely enjoy being the only dog too. Make no mistake - she does not have separation anxiety - just likes some company. She loves a leisurely walk, has wonderful leash manners, and loves to sniff around in the yard until her feet get cold. And this spry girl can still jump all the way onto the bed with no issues. Sadie will be a wonderful companion for a single person or a couple. Older kids would be ok, as she can be a little grabby with food. Wherever she winds up will be a lucky house indeed

Meet Sadie, a 13 year old Pug/Beagle cross who is 23lbs. She's good with dogs and while we're not sure about cats, we think based on her chill demeanour that they won't be a problem. Sadie is a sweet little lady, that’s still got a lot of spunk left in her. She was owner relinquished through no fault of her own. They claimed she ‘leaked and piddled’ when excited - but her foster mom has seen no evidence of that. We’ll try not to judge. Sadies house training is perfect -no accidents since arriving. She gets along well with other dogs. Cuddly with her person. She still flinches a bit when you reach to pet her but she’s starting to realize pats are awesome and the hands here are gentle. She doesn’t want to be left alone so another dog would be great if her new family works. If she winds up with a fellow retiree she would likely enjoy being the only dog too. Make no mistake - she does not have separation anxiety - just likes some company. She loves a leisurely walk, has wonderful leash manners, and loves to sniff around in the yard until her feet get cold. And this spry girl can still jump all the way onto the bed with no issues. Sadie will be a wonderful companion for a single person or a couple. Older kids would be ok, as she can be a little grabby with food. Wherever she winds up will be a lucky house indeed