Sasha loves long walks and chasing a tennis ball around the year.

Sasha is a 5-year-old female Rottweiler who has found herself homeless when her family had to move into an apartment. She has a beautiful natural tail and weighs about 85 pounds.

Sasha enjoys the company of other dogs, having lived with a male Rottweiler and a greyhound. Sasha also lived peacefully with three cats and was caught in a kitty snuggle more than once.

She loves long walks and chasing a tennis ball around the yard, and is happiest when she has a good amount of exercise and playtime every day. She is crate-trained, house-trained, spayed, and current with all vaccinations. In her quiet moments with a trusted human, she loves to kiss and snuggle.

She is very uncomfortable at the vet and having her nails trimmed and ears cleaned, so she needs a new family that has experience with fear issues. Sasha will need a home without small children — although she likes children just fine, it’s just a safety precaution — and with an owner who will provide a disciplined and structured environment for her.

For more information, e-mail or call 603-475- 5575.

To meet Sasha and other dogs waiting for that special home, please visit pet adoption day and photos With Santa — kids and pets — to benefit homeless animals on Dec. 16 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Congregational Church in Pelham Center, 2 Main St.