Hey there everyone...Sasha here! If you are looking for one lovable girl, look no further, I am your girl:) I have lived with my mom now since I was a pup.....5 whole years and now she is having some health issue's and is in need to find me a new home for the good of both of us, no fault of mine at all. You see I don't have a yard where mom and I live and it is growing increasingly hard for mom to take me on my daily walks because of her health issues, so she would really love for me to be able to find a new home that not only will love me forever but maybe even have a nice yard for me to run in! I have met other dogs on our walks and mom says I get along well with them, though I have only lived by myself with mom....so maybe a nice friend to play with would be nice too:) I am housetrained and the only time I have ever even had accidents, which is very rare, is when mom oversleeps and with my last walk being 7pm...mom says that is not my fault but more hers.....a girl can only hold it for so long! I also am crate trained but now that mom is out of work I don't spend too much time in there anymore, mom allows me to be in the house when she isn't home and be free....she says I don't do any of those puppy shananigans anymore, those are all out of my system! One of the TOTT volunteers came over to meet me and I couldn't wait to give her kisses and roll over to let her rub my belly.....she said I was nuthin but a big bundle of love! Oh and mom says I am good with kids too....there are plenty of grandkids that I have met and I do just fine. I am not food aggressive, I do pull on leash a bit and I do like to jump up and kiss you when we meet....so those are all my good habits and all the bad ones too! So, now that you know all about me......are you the one that would like to rub my tummy and let me give you kisses for furever?
*Sasha comes to TOTT from Pennsylvania, through the referral of her owner. TOTTSHR works with families to help find new homes for their dogs when the families have extenuating circumstances, such as an illness, that prevent them from being able to care for their canine friends. If not enough foster space is currently available to bring a dog into rescue, and if the family is willing to continue caring for the dog until he or she can be placed in a new home, we post the dog on this page to help the family find their friend a new home.