She may be ten years old, but she has the energy of a dog half her age. I had the pleasure of walking Annabelle on Wednesday, and I felt like we were old friends. She was very attentive and we shared a chuckle or two when we sat down in the shade so she could roll around in the cool grass.
According to her Petfinder profile, “I’m good with some other dogs, kids age ten and older, but I do need a cat-free home (it’s that chasing thing!). Let’s get together and see if we’re a match!”
Remember, SAS gets many adoption requests. The adoption status of any dog could change at any time.
I’ve been doing these “Furry Friday” posts for several months, and I love to hear when one of the dogs I profile gets adopted. However, for many of the SAS dogs, the wait can be a long one. Some wait months – stretching into years to get adopted. Here are some of the dogs I’ve profiled that are still waiting for their forever homes.