Lucy came to us at 4 months old. She spent several months in theraputic foster care recovering from an intestinal infection and learning how to be a dog again. Lucy now loves to play fetch and does great with any size dog in her foster home , even a grumpy old English Bulldog. Lucy loves to follow her foster mom around the house and always wants to know what's going on. Lucy is potty trained , crate trained to the word bed , and is working on the commands sit , down and stay.
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