When Millie Sawyer found Stitch, an American Staffordshire Terrier mix, she was in a shelter, only one day away from being euthanized. Sawyer is a foster mom for Habitat for Paws and had saved more than 70 dogs, so she found Stitch just in time.
The rescue dog was turned away from three homes before coming to Kaitlyn Johnson, who introduced the dog to the sport of fly ball, where dogs run a short course. When Stitch first tried it, she had a super fast time and soon she started placing at competitions.
Stitch is great at fly ball and seems to have found the perfect home with Johnson, who says, “Every time I set a goal for her, she just leaps over it.”
Source: Fox 13 Memphis