LULU'S SAYS MEET LUCY! Go ahead, say it. You know you want to! Come on, I’ll say it with you, “Lucy…I’m home!” Don’t be shy about it, say it again...louder this time! Lucy wants you to know, however corny, she will come running to you every time she hears it. Lucy is an amazing 6 years young, 20 lb PB Beagle! Her perfect day goes something like this… Lounge around. Get belly rubs. Play with chew toys. Get more belly rubs. Roll in the grass. Get a lot more belly rubs. Then lounge around some more! Basically, while she may be little shy at first, she is a super chill sweetheart who will cuddle with you any chance she gets! Lucy also enjoys a walk and is very good on a leash, letting you lead the way. She loves following her canine foster-brother around and is completely tolerant of his ‘big brother’ ways. She is always friendly and polite with other dogs and people, although she sometimes likes other girl dogs to know she is queen of her castle. LUCY wants to be part of your family, especially if there is another dog sibling so she doesn’t have to be alone (that’s no fun) or if there is a stay at home human around (bonus!)… because, let’s face it, being a rescue dog is no walk in the park and being left alone can make a girl a little anxious. Do they love me? Are they coming back? Did I practice my adorable face enough? With your patience, kindness and reassurance (and some yummy treats of course!) Lucy will leave her worries behind and settled into your house and heart. So go ahead and say it, “Lucy! I’m home!”
LUCY is spayed, heartworm negative and up to date on age appropriate vaccines. Adoption fee is $325. Please note that training is strongly recommended for all dogs. As with all rescue animals, breed determination cannot be validated without genetic testing. Visit WWW.LULUSRESCUE.ORG and click on the ADOPT tab for an overview of the Lulu's Rescue adoption process. Thank you for adopting and saving a life -- you are LUCY'S hero!
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