I know I was named Lucky for a good reason. I know I am lucky to be alive. A very nice man found me on Cameron Street, not a great place for a sweet guy like me! I was skinny and scared. He brought me to the vet and I got the works and everyone loved me. I am one year old and I love to play. The man that found me wanted to keep me so bad and I sure wish he could have. He named me Lucky. I thought about him all day and couldn’t wait for him to get home. My big ole heart broke when he brought me to Animal Rescue Foundation in April and so I am looking for my luck to change and find my family to love. I absolutely love playtime and since I am young I do need lots of playtime. I get along with everyone! So if you have kids or other pets, I will be the best brother to them. You see, I am a dog and I know that humans need dogs to show them that life isn’t so bad, so sad or so lonely. I have a special gift of helping you feel loved and needed and appreciated. Every man wants his woman to love him like his dog does, right? I’ll never say why don’t you get off that couch, I’ll just join you. I’ll never ask you where have you been. When you come home I will just go crazy with joy. I’ll never say I wish you made more money. I won’t get mad at you and throw a major fit when you leave your socks on the floor, I will just hide them for you. I just want to be a lucky dog and fill your home with love and laughs. I’ll take you on long walks, keep your feet warm and do my job of adoring you. Be sure to watch my video below. Apply to adopt Lucky here: http://www.arfla.org/info/display?PageID=16576
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