Our pup Sage has had the best possible upbringing that we could provide. She was born 8/4/22 at our Connecticut Rescue, just two weeks after we pulled her Mama, Bonita, from NYCACC.  Bonita was pregnant when NY Animal Control Officers found her tied to a gate in Brooklyn.  After five days, she was transferred to us for whelping. 

Bonita was the ideal Mama, and her nine pups have thrived. The pups were weaned effortlessly, and have been well socialized since birth. At 13 weeks old, Sage and her siblings are ready to meet their forever families.  

Sage is a vivacious girl with a bold temperament. She plays rough with the boys and always seems to be in the thick of the action. Sage loves to mind business that is not hers, and has potential to be an Alpha dog.  She is the largest female at 15 pounds.

Sage's Mama, Bonita, is a 40 pound, medium sized mixed breed dog. We just received the DNA test results on the pups and were not surprized to find American Staffordshire Terrier as the predominat breed, with just a smidgen of Border Collie from some great grand parent, to add those super-smart herding genes to the mix. Bonita is a robust, high energy girl, so we project that her pups will be 40 to 50 pounds with muscular physiques. Sage has beautiful brindle coloring with distinctive white markings.

As the largest female of the litter, Sage would be an excellent choice for a savvy Bully Breed adopter, willing to commit to ongoing training and socialization. Sage has been born into ideal circumstances, and we seek an adopter willing to raise her as a Canine Good Citizen.  

Sage is in excellent health and has been fully vaccinated and dewormed. Our Adoption Agreement requires that he be neutered, with proof provided, by 9 months of age.  If you are interested in Sage, please write to Angelsfrgod@aol.com or call Denise at 860-908-9738 for more info.

We are an active, 501(c)(3), multi-breed dog rescue, local to the North East, situated in Canterbury, Connecticut. Our 21 year history is reflected in our website EskiesOnline.com, and on our Facebook page: Eskies Online.