Dog Story: I am an active 3 year old girl, it’s been hard for my foster mom and dad to keep me calm as I’ve been through heart worm treatment and recently spayed so I need to chill for a few more days they say. I’m full of energy and want to play, play, play. Before my treatments started I showed them how I love to chase a ball and run around the yard with it too! I do well in the crate and seem to be house trained. When I need to go potty I’ll be sure and let you know. I love to get brushed and crave attention from anyone I can get it from. I love everyone I meet both humans and other dogs and ride well in the car. I weigh just 35 lbs but I am a strong girl, I pull on the leash some but am getting better with practice. I am food motivated and that helps me while trying to learn my commands. I am smart, so with practice I should learn all of my commands lickety split. I have that typical young Brittany energy so I really need a nice place to run on occasion a nice fenced yard to keep me safe. I am so thankful to ABR for taking my mom Caroline and I in and keeping us together. I love being with my mom and can’t imagine being without her. I inherited my mom’s loving disposition so won’t you please hurry and fill out the online adoption application soon so you can take us home with you! Be sure to check out our new slide show s267.photobucket.com/albums/ii287/dp2013a/Sadie%20and%20Caroline%20October%202012/ Update 10-12-12 Sadie is a happy girl as well and has settled into and enjoying being part of her foster family. She has fully recovered from her heartworm treatments. She is full of energy but has a sweet personality. We discovered she likes swimming in the river and greeting people on the trail when we go walking. She likes to look for squirrels too. She loves to run and play with her mom and foster sisters a few times a day. Sadie is a sweetheart and along with her mom is ready for her forever home. Here is a link to our blog: http://followourfosterdogs.blogspot.com/ History: Caroline and Sadie were surrendered to ABR when their owner could no longer keep them. They were previously kept in an outdoor kennel run 24/7 so everything is new to them but we do know they sure are enjoying being spoiled rotten house pets.