Introducing Lulach, much more fortunate than his namesake, as he has come into Col. Potter's loving arms. This little guy is a sweetie, but has some issues with wiggly babies and jerky toddlers, so he will need to be in a home with adults or a family with dog-experienced older kids. He has much more energy than one would expect from a 10 year old, and loves long walks and playing ball. He is adapting very well to life with the resident Cairn, but he must be introduced slowly and carefully to other dogs. Lulach is quite the social butterfly, greeting every person - stranger or friend - with equal enthusiasm, looking for head scratches. Walks are always social outings with this little guy.
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LULACH is being fostered in AMBRIDGE, PENNSYLVANIA in a PRIVATE FOSTER HOME but we allow our dogs to be adopted out all over the United States and Canada!
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