Meet Sadie, grownup lady.
She’s not only the SPCA’s longest resident but one of its smartest.
Sadie recently passed her C.L.A.S.S. (Canine Life and Social Skills) B.A. and M.A. test, which means she has mastered things like meet and greets, loose leash walking, stay, settle, leave it and more.
The 8-year-old is a real brindle beauty. Though she may have a little gray in her muzzle, she’s got a lot of pep in her step. Sadie is active, playful and friendly. She loves spending time with people; other critters, not so much. And at this point in her life, she’d prefer a child-free home.
She’s a mature, well-mannered type, perfect for fetch or snuggling with a forever buddy. To sweeten her prospects, Sadie is eligible for a “Critter Credit,” which means she will receive $1,000 worth of free training for her new adopter to use or $1,000 on Petco or Petsmart gift cards.
So if you’d like to pal around with a sophisticated lady, Sadie might be just the girl for you.
To meet Sadie, visit the SPCA of Westchester at 590 N. State Road in Briarcliff Manor.
Founded in 1883, the SPCA is a no-kill shelter and is not affiliated with the ASPCA. The SPCA is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays and 1 to 4 p.m. Sundays. To learn more, call 914- 941-2896 or visit spca914.org.