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My name is Lucy!

Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Montour Falls, New York - Lucy
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Full House Full Hearts Dog Rescue

Facts about Lucy

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: Black - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Lucy is a mix of lab and something smaller, possible terrier. Her approximate birthdate per the vet is 3/22/15. She is spayed, up-to-date on her vaccines, and housebroken. Lucy seems to have abandonment issues and is a bit on the clingy possessive side. She doesn't want to be far from "her" person and doesn't want other dogs coming near them. She plays with the other dogs but when she decides a toy or person are hers, she is VERY possessive. She needs a lot of reassurance and love. She can be with other dogs, but she needs an understanding owner who will help her see it is okay for the other dog(s) to get attention. It might possibly be advisable to have another dog to help calm her when she needs to be left home alone. She is crate trained, so will sleep/stay in a crate when needed. However, the successful adopter should plan to have time for her daily to love her, play with her, and help her expend her energy in positive ways. She is a very high energy, active little dog.
If you are interested in Lucy, please go to www.fullhousefullheartsdogrescue.com and fill out the online application.

About Full House Full Hearts Dog Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Full House Full Hearts Dog Rescue is a very small rescue run by myself, Diane Mundrick. I have fostered and been the assistant director for another rescue for years but am on my own now. All the foster dogs and puppies live in my home with me as well as my adult son and our own dogs. They are part of our family until we find them a family of their own.

I do work full-time outside the home, coming home every lunch break to let the dogs out, clean the puppy pen, and give the dogs a treat. I will answer emails and return phone calls as quickly as possible although it will most likely be in the evening. Visits to the dogs and puppies as well as home visits will be arranged evenings and weekends.

My unrealized childhood dream was to be a veterinarian. Life happened and now I do my part helping to rescue unwanted, abused, or abandoned dogs and puppies. I take in owner relinquished dogs/puppies, both locally and out-of-state, as well as rescuing dogs/puppies from the high kill shelters in the South.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Come Meet Our Pets...

If you would like to meet the available dogs or puppies, please send me an email or fill out an online application at our website. I will return your email or phone call and we can arrange a time for you to visit. If you would like to be able to adopt when you visit, you must have the application submitted so that the references can be checked, and the home visit done.

We plan to attend many local events, if possible, including:
Montour Falls Marina Fair
Woof and Wine West at Fulkerson Winery
Ithaca Dog Festival
Montour Falls Harvest Festival
Tractor Supply Pet Appreciation Days
and many others.

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption process begins with an online application found on our website (www.fullhousefullheartsdogrescue.com). Potential adopters must be at least 18 years of age and you must be adopting for yourself. We don't adopt dogs/puppies out as gifts for a third party. You will need to supply a veterinary reference, if you have previously used a vet, or the vet you plan to use as well as a personal reference (non-familial) who can vouch for your ability to properly care for a dog/puppy. We will need to do a home visit, the purpose of which is not to judge you, but to determine if your home is safe for the dog you are interested in, and to make suggestions to make your home dog-safe.

If you decide to adopt after meeting the dog/puppy, you will need to sign an adoption agreement as well as paperwork required by the NYS Dept of Agriculture and Markets. You will be provided with a copy of all paperwork as well as the dog/puppy's health/medical records. The adoption fee will generally be $250 but may vary from $200-$300. The adoption fee for the individual dog/puppy will be in its listing. Adoption fees help cover not only the costs of that individual animal, but the expenses of the rescue as well. If you are adopting a puppy who has not been spayed or neutered, there will be an additional $50 deposit that will be refunded when the rescue receives a copy of the spay/neuter certificate which must be done around 6 months of age.