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We are hoping for a very big-hearted person who will welcome Sandy into their life! Sandy has a form of cancer so we are asking for a “forever foster” instead of an adopter. We don't know how much time Sandy has, so getting her into a home environment is our goal. After all, she deserves to know a house and a couch – and the love of a family or best friend. Once in a home, all medical expenses will be taken care of by One of a Kind Pets – though we cannot foresee what she might need. The permanent foster is responsible for loving her like she has “no tomorrow,” providing a security that she has never known, making sure her belly is full and she is satisfied, and letting her live among the family and friends. If you want to help a dog in dire need of a loving home, please come meet Sandy today!
Hi, my name is Sandy and I want to go home. I am an adult dog and I have the best disposition ever! In fact, I am a shelter "favorite" because I get along with everybody and everything. I am just that agreeable. I have the typical appeal that all young Labradors have ... soft fur, sweet eyes, irresistible ears and because of my past, a few needy behaviors :). Hey, you may as well know it up front ... I'm a young dog and I lack a bit of confidence. Please don't think of putting me (or any of us) in a cage for 10 hours a day because that just won't work - not for you or for me. And, please don't chain me up to live outside for my lifetime because that kind of life is not in my plans. Keep in mind, I am a social animal - all dogs are - and that would lead to a lonely existence! So let's find some balls, figure out a walking route, check out a few dog parks, and begin our life together. A life of love and friendship! My "thanks" to Olivia Mandala ... she's one terrific photographer!