Lucinda, spayed female, 6 years old, 4 Lbs.
My dad adopted me from Taiwan when I was only 3 months old, and I have been living in Hollywood ever since. Unfortunately, he has been going through really hard times lately and realized he could no longer take care for me. It’s hard being on my own now after having a family for so many years, but I’m still a very optimistic and happy-go-lucky girl.
I am crate trained already but I don’t really need one since I am housebroken. I’ve never chewed on any of my family’s things, so you don’t have to worry about leaving me alone outside of the crate. I have a sweet and gentle demeanor and don’t have any problems with barking. Back in Hollywood, I had a reputation for being very popular at the dog park because I love to play with other dogs and make new friends. And I’ve never been aggressive with any other dogs I meet - I’m a lover, not a fighter!
Since I grew up in Hollywood, you would think that I love all the flashing lightbulbs and paparazzi. But I am actually a little scared of busy streets, traffic, and lots of noise. I would be perfect for someone who doesn’t live in an urban location and likes to cuddle at home or have me fetch a frisbee at the park. My dream is to have a nice yard or patch of grass of my own so I can romp around with my new family. I hope that a caring family will let me into their hearts, because I have so much love to give.
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