Special Dog Seeks Special Home: When Adopters Met Sally

This series is dedicated to local pups having a harder time finding their forever homes, whether it be due to age, physical impairments, or just needing a little extra attention. We could all use a friend rn, so we’re spreadin’ the woof about this special somepawdy.

Adopt Sally From The Rescue Crew

Name: Sally

Stats: 8-year-old, 70 lb Pitbull Mix

Location: Plymouth

Rescue: The Rescue Crew

Sidewalk Dog: What a cutie! Tell us all her deets.

The Rescue Crew: Sally is the absolute sweetest gal who brings a smile to every day and everything she does! When she goes for a walk she has a grin ear to ear, and loves getting all the sniffs.

pitbull posing in front of house

SWD: As Taylor Swift says, she’s “got a smile that could light up this whole town.” What makes her smile? 

TRC: Her favorite words are “car ride.” She’ll amble towards you when you say those magic words; perhaps we should start calling her Mustang Sally? 

SWD: A girl after our own heart. What else does she like?

TRC: Walks, car rides, nap time–it’s the simple things. Sally snores loudly. She comes barreling to the door when she knows it’s walk time, and after a 60-minute walk, will dramatically drop to the floor panting with a huge smile and tongue out. This gal is happy to snuggle up on the couch and take a nap in the sunshine near her human.

SWD: We’ll lace up our walking shoes if it means a cuddle sesh with her. What are her special needs? 

TRC: Sally has been with our rescue since February. She’s a senior, which makes her forever family harder to find. She recently finished a 2-week reset with Follow Me Dogs, and now is a great walker and more engaged with her human(s).

SWD: So we know that her adopters should love a good walk; what else would her perfect home look like?

TRC: She gets along well with laid back, large dogs (no smol fries). She’s also not a match for cats due to her high prey drive. Sally has done well with middle schoolers or above, but has not been around young children.

Interested in giving Sally her forever home? Head over to her adoption page.

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