***NEEDS FUREVER HOME*** SADIE is a healthy 4-year-old, 65-pound former Montana gal who loves her sister SOPHIE (also needs a furever home). They have been living in a foster home TOGETHER for the past two months with a mom, dad, 6 year old and 10 year old, so we know alot about them. SADIE is sweet and loving to all humans, including kids. We learned that she is a cuddler. She always has to be touching you. She really enjoys just laying in your lap. They've been really good with the kids. Sometimes they start playing rough with each other while playing with the kids, so future siblings should know to get out of their way when playing tug of war turns into dog play 'wrestling' Neither believes in personal space. You will never be alone with these pups! SADIE has enjoyed sleeping with her family, but be warned...she will steal your pillow and become dead weight and won't move for anyone. Both love traveling in a car; they remain are calm and quiet. Based on their river adventures and fun during yard plant watering, both are obsessed with water (see videos). They would love a kiddie pool. SADIE seems to be afraid whenever her people picked up a large object‰'Û|.. like a piece of wood. She'll run to find another person and just hang out until the big scary item is gone. Both pups don't care who's around when they get excited; they'll barrel straight into you to give love. Both pups are graceless love bugs who would benefit from having a leader in the home. They need someone to help with leash-training (they have been described as bull-dozers!) and interacting properly with dogs on the other side of a neighboring fence. NEW PHOTOS & VIDEOS:https://photos.app.goo.gl/DNyhoJzz9cdow3sd8 SADIE is current on her vaccines, spayed, and will be microchipped for her new owner. Complete an online adoption application at www.friendsfureveranimalrescue.com to meet SADIE. BACKSTORY: SOPHIE and SADIE are super-sweet sisters that have always been together. They were adopted about 5 months ago to a home with 4 kids under 5 years old. The kids did not understand how to act around the dogs all the time and the dogs let them know. Instead of keeping the dogs separated from the kids full-time, the parents thought that the dogs should be re-homed and FFAR rescued them.