Tuesday Tails: Sugar (Charlotte, NC Area)

Hey everyone! Welcome to the first ever Tuesday Tails! As most of you probably know because of my obsessive instagram and twitter feeds about my pets, I LOVE rescues. All of my pets have been adopted and there are just so many dogs and cats (and other animals too) in desperate need of a home.

And in honor of my upcoming release Healing You in which a veterinarian and an animal rescue organizer fall for each other, I’ve decided to feature animals around the country who are in need of a home.

Our first dog is Sugar. This sweet girl has been in her foster home for 3 years. THREE YEARS! This sweet girl is ready for her furever home… preferably one where she’s an only dog after an incident that occurred at a dog park. But here is her story in her “own” words. =)


About Sugar

My name is Sugar and I am a four year old Australian Cattle dog mix. My brother and I were saved from a high kill shelter about two years ago. My foster mom had to work hard to fatten me up, because my previous mom and dad didn’t feed me. My brother found his home about a year ago, but I’m still patiently waiting. My mom told me it’s been hard lately because someone at my daycare bit me, so accepting new dog friends isn’t my strong suit. I think I can be better with your help, but I promise I have enough love and spunk to keep you on your toes without another playmate. But I really do like those furry things that meow, they don’t seem to scare me. My only requirement is that you let me give you lots of kisses and let me run in your yard or with you. I’d really like to sleep with you, but I love my crate too. I’d really like my forever home. I know my family is out there looking for me.I was rescued by the Charlotte, NC SPCA — a volunteer foster based 501c3 local organization. They have rescued over 900 animals last year! If you’re interested in adopting me, please visit Charlotte SPCA here.

-3 -1***Because our rescue is composed entirely of volunteers and we require a home check for each of our adoptable pets prior to them going to their new homes, local applications will take precedence. We will accept out of town applications, but any family further than 60 miles from Charlotte is responsible for finding a representative of a rescue local to them that is willing to perform the home check. All out of town applicants will also have to be willing to drive to Charlotte to meet/pick up the pet as soon as the application is approved.***

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