Sandy has been in our care for over 176 days; that is almost 6 months that Sandy is been waiting for her forever home. Sandy is a sweet, relaxed girl. At 9 years young she is well out of the puppy stage and has wonderful manners. She walks very nicely on leash, knows several basic commands, and is very food-motivated.
Sandy had the opportunity to spend some time hanging out at the Fur Seasons and they reported back that she did very well in doggie play groups. She would prefer not to share her new home with another dog, but enjoys play time with other dogs. Sandy is also a snuggle-bug and a little bit of a couch potato. Sandy is currently accepting visitors at the HSTC main shelter. Please give us a call at 772-223-8822 to schedule your appointment! Sandy and all of her adoptable friends can be viewed online at hstc1.org.
Humane Society of the Treasure Coast | 4100 SW Leighton Farm Ave | Palm City, FL 34990
About the Humane Society of the Treasure Coast (HSTC)
Founded in 1955, HSTC is the only open access, no-kill nonprofit animal welfare organization operating in Martin County. HSTC accepts animals regardless of health, age, temperament or breed. With 3,000 animals being rehomed annually through progressive adoption programs and other services, HSTC has joined leading shelters in our state and country focusing on lifesaving culture change in the communities we serve. As a result of our commitment to excellence and fiscal responsibility, HSTC consistently receives 4-star ratings from Charity Navigator. Join our no kill efforts and help us provide quality medical care, shelter, and enrichment to animals in need. Learn about all of our giving opportunities at www.hstc1.org/give.