Meet Bandit, a male American bulldog mix, and Sassy, a female miniature Dachshund. Bandit is 8 years old and Sassy is 10 years old. This incredible duo is looking for a home – together. They don’t like to be out of the other’s sight and nothing is sweeter than to see them curled up together. Both need a lot of activity, but they’re looking for quiet household without children. 
If adopted together, the Sacramento SPCA will reduce the adoption fee by $50. The adoption fee is $150. Visit them from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, 6201 Florin Perkins Road, or www.sspca.org.
Meet Bandit, a male American bulldog mix, and Sassy, a female miniature Dachshund. Bandit is 8 years old and Sassy is 10 years old. This incredible duo is looking for a home – together. They don’t like to be out of the other’s sight and nothing is sweeter than to see them curled up together. Both need a lot of activity, but they’re looking for quiet household without children. If adopted together, the Sacramento SPCA will reduce the adoption fee by $50. The adoption fee is $150. Visit them from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, 6201 Florin Perkins Road, or www.sspca.org. SSPCA
Meet Bandit, a male American bulldog mix, and Sassy, a female miniature Dachshund. Bandit is 8 years old and Sassy is 10 years old. This incredible duo is looking for a home – together. They don’t like to be out of the other’s sight and nothing is sweeter than to see them curled up together. Both need a lot of activity, but they’re looking for quiet household without children. If adopted together, the Sacramento SPCA will reduce the adoption fee by $50. The adoption fee is $150. Visit them from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday, 6201 Florin Perkins Road, or www.sspca.org. SSPCA

AT THE SPCA: Bandit and Sassy

October 31, 2014 05:00 PM

UPDATED November 01, 2014 12:00 AM

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