They live with several other dogs, both large and small breed (old and young). They have been in their current foster home since June 2013, so the adopter will need to be very patient during their transition.
These two would do great with an older person/couple who would let them sit on their lap or next to them on the couch. They both crave attention.
Lucky seems to be afraid of children. He has never snapped or bitten, but he often "screams" or rolls over on his back when a child approaches him. He acts like he may have been abused by children in the past.
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