Scituate, MA

Meet Sally: Unique Little Dog Ready For A Loving Home

Dianna Carney
This adorable little dog is looking for her forever home!Photo byScituate Animal Shelter of Massachusetts / Photo Edited by Dianna Carney

If you're looking for a furry companion who will shower your home with unconditional love, then meet Sally! This beautiful and blind 3-year-old captivates hearts with her irresistible personality and gentle nature. The Scituate Animal Shelter provides some insight about her, stating: "Sally has the personality all dogs should have. She is 10 lbs of fluff and love, melting into whoever's arms are holding her. She craves human attention but also seems ok cuddled in her own bed, perfection."

The Massachusetts-based animal shelter explains that Sally is extraordinary, despite her visual impairment. "We believe she has bilateral detached retinas. Sally is a smart blind dog. She takes things slow and understands her surroundings, she doesn't bump into much and knows not to go full throttle into new situations. She is quick to learn and doesn't seem stressed in new environments. She will likely be best suited in a home without lots of stairs as this could be tricky for her to navigate."

Prospective adopters should be aware that Sally is currently not housebroken. "Her new home should be patient and set up a good routine to help her learn," states the Scituate Animal Shelter of New England. Sally's unique coat requires regular grooming to ensure she looks as beautiful on the outside as she is on the inside. "While Sally may be blind, this does not stop her from being the very best girl in the world. Her shining personality, calm demeanor, and love for all make her an amazing companion." If you're interested in learning how to adopt Sally, visit the Scituate Animal Shelter of Massachusett's website at

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