Second Chance Sato : July 2016
Meet Madeline and Maikol, the newest arrivals to Second Chance Sato! They are up to date on vaccines and currently available for adoption. Madeline and Maikol are litter mates. They were discovered with their mother and three other litter mates at a construction site in San Juan. Save A Sato rescued these pups when they were just a few days old; they've spent their lives in the shelter ever since. The consistent, loving human interaction provided at the shelter has made all the difference for these two pups! They are extremely friendly and well-adjusted. You just have to meet them!! Contact Erica at Second Chance Sato to meet your new best friend!
UPDATE! MADELINE IS ADOPTED!! :)
FEMALE [spayed] . 3 MONTHS
Madeline is the smaller of the two pups. She is extremely friendly and LOVES to be near people. She's very interested in her surroundings and is excellent at giving kisses! I love her distinct markings, how cute is that brown spot on her eye! She has a lot of energy and will do well with an active family. There's no doubt that this little sweetheart will fill your heart with endless amounts of puppy love! Contact Erica for more information!
MALE [neutered] . 3 MONTHS
This big boy is an absolute love bug! He is extremely friendly and interested in being close to the action. I love his scruffy fur, reminds me of a lion's mane. I can see this pup being both the perfect family dog and a loyal hiking companion/outdoor adventurer. He responds when called and appears to be crate trained. He's an awesome dog that you have got to meet! Contact Erica for more information!
Second Chance Sato is a dog rescue organization located south of Pittsburgh, PA. Erica, Founder of Second Chance Sato, has worked to develop a partnership with the Save A Sato rescue organization in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Save A Sato is a non-profit, all volunteer organization dedicated to easing the suffering of Puerto Rico's homeless and abused animals. ["Sato" is slang for street dog.] They rescue dogs from the beaches and streets and give them medical care, food, shelter and LOVE! When the dogs are healthy, they are sent to shelter partners like Second Chance Sato. Together, these rescue organizations seek to find forever homes and reduce the overpopulation of stray dogs. All dogs are vaccinated before being sent to the United States.
Despite the long journey, new climate and heartbreaking stories of animal cruelty, the pups you'll meet below are eager to interact, very affectionate and ready to fill your heart with lots of kisses and tail wagging!