Photo Credit: Samantha Oyler via The Chronicle-Tribune.
Sandi is a boxer-pitbull mix and she spent almost half of her life at the Marion-Grant County Humane Society. Sandi was there for exactly 2,461 days and staff members at the Humane Society called her "boss" because of how long she had been there.
Board member Christy Bernardin said that 'Boss' Sandi "ran the shelter." But that's not the case anymore.
Sandi has officially found a forever home. Her new parents Erin and Carry Rhodes took Sandi home over the weekend so she can live the rest of her life being spoiled.
The family are long-time supporters of the shelter and recently lost their family dog due to old age. Erin couldn't get her mind off Sandi because of all her time at the. So the family started coming in and doing visits with Sandi, and they fell in love.
The Marion-Grant County Humane Society sent off Sandi with a special party complete with a red carpet, dog treats, and balloons.