Sasha was surrendered to the Pet Pantry in 2017 all the way from Kentucky. She had been hit by a car and had a limp in her hind leg. The woman who found her was moving to Pennsylvania and knew that with the over population of dogs in the southern states that she would have a better chance of finding a forever home here. Sasha made the trip up and was surrendered to the Pet Pantry in hopes of having her hip repaired and finding a new home. Once here, it was discovered Sasha was pregnant and close to having her puppies. Since the surgery needed to repair her hip was not urgent, Sasha had her puppies and became well known with all the volunteers here at the Pantry as they watched them grow.
By the time Sasha raised her puppies and recovered from her surgery it was impossible to say goodbye to this sweet girl. She was adopted by Eric and Nancy Storck who are longtime volunteers and supporters of the Pet Pantry. They agreed to co-own Sasha with the Pantry so that she is able to come oversee the events we hold.