Sansa Wags - Do you have a couch she can crash on?
Sansa is a 4 year old spayed female pit hound mix. She is a front tripod but what she lacks in legs she makes up for in heart and personality. Sansa is a laid back, loving dog looking for a nice couch to nap on and a sunny backyard to enjoy. She loves to be around people and other dogs that are calm and not in her space or too rough with her. Sansa gets along well with female and male dogs. She has not lived with children but would be fine with older children who will respect her space and disability.
Sansa had a rough start to life and was turned over to a veterinarian down South with a broken leg that had to be amputated when she was just six months old. Luckily a rescue agreed to take her and she received the best medical care and physical therapy. However she developed carpal instability (a weak front wrist) and continues to have weakness in her front leg. She was adopted at one year old and has lived in a loving home for three years with another front tripod female dog, two male dogs and a male cat. Through no fault of her own Sansa is now seeking a different living situation. Her female tripod sibling has begun attacking her and she is kept separated which is heartbreaking for Sansa since she loves people so much and just wants to be included.
Sansa is a very laid back, funny, loving and silly dog. She loves belly rubs and chew toys but will not chew up your home. She loves to take naps and lay outside in the sunshine. Sansa sleeps through the night and is crate trained. She would love a bed to sleep in where she can cuddle at your feet. When she gets cold in the early morning hours she will slide under your blanket with just her little nose poking out.
Sansa is a right front tripod and has some difficulty getting around. She can walk for short distances but will do best with a fenced in yard. Sansa can go up steps but will need a ramp or to be carried down steps. Sansa is spayed, microchipped, and up to date on vaccines and heartworm testing. She is Heartworm negative. Her foster is available to answer any questions a potential adopter may have about her or her disability or future care needed.