Tracy Tomlinson, DVM
Amy Cottrille, DVM
Toby Ewing, DVM
Juliet Hall B.S.Ed.,M.S.Ed.
"Sweetie" aka Black Dawg
Sweetie is the official mascot of Black Dawg Farm and Sanctuary, a position she hold most dear to her heart. Sweetie is a transplant from the tough streets of San Bernardino , California where she was incarcerated for being a homeless vagrant. The story is a bit murky, as she isn't sure what happened- somehow she ended up being poked, proded and surgically dehansed of her lady bits. Apparently, she was under some sort of mind altering drug. Again, this is why she is unable to recall the events well. She remembers waking up in a cell where she sat for arraignment. Luckly, she escaped the death sentence for being a stray loose-lady of questionable means and residence. She was then shuttled up to Washington State, where she waited to be placed into a rehabilitative home for way-ward lady dogs. From there, a pair of matronly crusty old lady dogs, Lilly and Riley ( God rest their souls) and their two human counterparts assumed responsibility for her and provided her with a home and manners.
From that point on, Sweetie vowed to never look back, she continued on her path of self discovery and assumed all kinds of morally upright duties.
Sweetie is proud of her accomplishments- she excels at face licking, snuggling, greeting and fierce protector of the house and the two humans that reside there. She is at her happiest when she meets little humans and has some favorite people that she considers better than dogs.
Do not be afraid to meet his genteel lady of refined manners and tastes, she adores nearly all she meets and is the epitome of her namesake.
Black Dawg Farm And Sanctuary
Black Dawg Farm And Sanctuary 12020 123rd Ave SE Rainier, WA 98576us
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