Welcome June! Sadie is on the move…

The summer season is upon us and Sadie is busy booking all of her upcoming events.  Please come and see us, if you can, at any or all of them.  

We recently attended Jammin on Janesville, where we met lots of great, kind people.  This is always a really great time!  We park out at the Animal Doctor (is there any place else?).  Come on over on the Friday, August 5th and say Hi 🙂 (Photo: Miran and friends from Stars Dance Academy).

Sadie ran her very own 5K for the fabulous folks at the Whitewater Police Department. Sadie took me along on her run and after stopping for photo ops and tinkling, our time was under an hour!  Not bad for pushing 70 pounds the whole time and talking to Boomer, the Whitewater K9 and his handler Joe.  What a great time for such a worthy cause!  Come out and join us next year!

On Sunday, June 4, we attended the West Allis Ala Carte event. It was a gorgeous and fun time swarmed with happy people on a sunny, breezy day!

On Friday, June 10, we will be talking to the folks at Tudor Oaks.  If you live in the area stop by and listen to our presentation.
Weather permitting, the same night, we will be at the ever popular Waukesha’s Friday Night Live on Main Street.  You can’t miss us!!

Sadie will be at Milwaukee Pridefest with the Pride Parade on Sunday, June 12.  Want to be in a parade with us?  Join our team.  Contact us at sadie@savingsadie.com for more information. 

We will keep you posted on many more meet and greet events coming up in the near future.

Our good friend and fabulous Sadie Supporter, Alan Eisenberg is working with SOOP Publishing to get his next book called “Crossing the Line” published.

It is a story of the tragic results of teen bullying. SOOP uses crowd-sourcing votes to decide to publish the book through them. He is hoping to get 5,000 votes.

Please visit this link for more information and vote to get this very important book published:  http://soopllc.com/…/book-ide…/crossing-line-alan-eisenberg/

Sadie wants to also let you know that she is always increasing her nerve awareness. She is even licking on her back legs now.  Her nerves are awakening and she is feeling tingling down her legs. Isn’t that great???  We are also working on muscles by “double bouncing” with treats.  When she does HIGH TENS with her front feet, her back end comes up off of the ground, thusly the double bounce!  We all knew that she would be a work in progress and as long as we keep seeing these fabulous strides, we have a reason to BELIEVE! 

Back by popular demand, we will be having another Where In The World is Sadie contest starting June 15th. 

If you already have your own plush Sadie dog, take it along with you on vacation, place Sadie in an amazing location and snap a shot of her and email to sadie@savingsadie.com or share on our Facebook page.

How the contest works: Visit our Facebook page, guess Where in the World is Sadie on a posted photo.  If you guess correctly on the most photos, you could be a winner of a personally Pawtographed Sadie’s children’s book, Sadie and the Superstars.  

To grab your very own plush Sadie, visit our website today.

Don’t forget Sadie’s life story, Saving Sadie, How a Dog that No One Wanted Inspired the World, that will be available by Kensington/Citadel in the Fall of 2017.. 

Sadie will continue her work encouraging children and adults alike to think about what they CAN do and not what they CAN’T do, just like Sadie does! 
Also, Sadie’s very powerful and moving 6-minute video, which was created and produced by the Nonbox Advertising Agency, will be available for public viewing very soon. You are going to love it, so stay tuned for that as well… 
Finally, if someone has a connection to a trainer who teaches a dog to become a service dog that alerts a person when they are going to have a diabetic attack, please get in touch with us. 

Sadie would like to give you very special dog kisses for everything that you keep doing for her! 

With love and very much appreciation, 

Be a Buddy, not a Bully!
Thank you for ALL that you do for me and remember: