VHS, West Side Nut Club to feature adoptable dog during Fall Festival

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Courtesy: VHS, West Side Nut Club

EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WEHT) – The Vanderburgh Humane Society and the West Side Nut Club are teaming up to feature an adoptable pet who needs a home during the week of the Fall Festival.

Sadie is a seven-year-old mixed-breed dog.

She will be featured on local news and radio leading up to and during the entire Fall Festival.

Sadie will also be in the Pet Parade on Saturday, October 12.

Here’s more info from VHS on Sadie:

“She’s a 7-year-old mixed-breed. She is a beautiful light brown brindle color with brown eyes. And she is absolutely wonderful! She was originally surrendered in December of 2017. After being adopted in just a couple of weeks, she ended up at Evansville Animal Care & Control almost exactly a year later. Then she was adopted in March of 2019, only to be returned in June because she sometimes submissive-pee’s, and she is also wary of men when she first meets them. She has lived with and done well with children of all ages, with other dogs, and with cats & rabbits. She’d make a perfect addition to any home! Her adoption fee is $110 and she’s already spayed, vaccinated, & ready to leave the building.”

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(This story was originally published on October 2, 2019)

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