Lucy wants to know where her forever family is. She has been doing great in foster. Lucy has plenty of new friends. She loves spending time with other dogs and running around the yard. Lucy is great with children and loves the attention they give her, especially when playing ball. Lucy also loves her snuggle time, belly rubs, and treats.
Lucy is still looking for love! She is a great girl who loves other dogs. Lucy walks well on leash and has been a total delight to have around. Lucy is healthy and happy. She has overcome her life of neglect before arriving at the shelter. She is now looking for a hero.
Lucy has been in her foster home now for a few months with a young woman and she has done remarkably well. Lucy has also been introduced to many different situations during this time and has done exceptional with all – strangers, babies, toddlers, other dogs, and even spending weeks away at her “grandparents” house. In every situation, Lucy has demonstrated perfectly acceptable, friendly behavior.
Lucy walks well on a leash, but loves to run and play in her fenced in yard. She has this funny, adorable way of “jumping” around the yard when she gets excited – she looks like a deer. Lucy knows all of her commands, is completely house trained, walks well on a leash, is crate trained during the day, and sleeps in her own bed at night.
What would be the ideal home for Lucy? One where Lucy has room to run and play outside, where she would get lots of attention, and especially one in which the owners love to snuggle on the couch. She’s not large or much of a barker if that is what you’re looking for. Lucy will definitely make someone’s perfect “forever” dog.
Miss Lucy is doing great. She had surgery and is now back to being an energetic boxer. She loves playing with toys and fetching a ball. Lucy listens well to commands. She has visited with family and children, and was great with meeting all of them. Lucy loves her snuggle time on the couch, does great in her crate, and sleeps well in her bed at night (as evident by her snores!). Lucy will be a great addition to a family!
Lucy is is ready for the new year and a healthy 2017! She is enjoying her foster home and visited the vet last week to remove the tube in her ear. Lucy’s next stop will be to visit the cardiologist to make sure she is strong enough for surgery. She has been getting lots of exercise and doing well in foster. We are working on leash training. She got some new toys for Christmas and is having fun playing in the yard and meeting new friends!
Lucy was an owner surrender because of cost. She is a 7 year old friendly and playful girl who formerly lived with children ages 3 to 9 years. Lucy is good with other dogs and has no history with cats. She is a petite girl at 50 lbs. Once Lucy settles in at her new foster home, she will be seen by our vet. Lucy has a mammary tumor that will need removed when she is spayed and we will have another lump and her ear checked as well. Please consider donating towards Lucy’s upcoming vet care!