Spayed/Neutered • Current on vaccinations • Primary Color(s): White or Cream • Secondary Color(s): Yellow, Tan, Blond or Fawn • Coat Length: Short • Crate trained • House broken • Rides well in a car • Micro-chipped • Heartworm Negative • Leash walks
Lacey was rescued off the streets of the Redland/Homestead area and is looking to become a member of a forever family. She is a wonderful companion. Wherever you are is where she wants to be; on your couch, in your vehicle, in your office, taking long walks, bike rides or any outdoor activity, with you. She is affectionate and loves people, even strangers. She will do well with an experienced, loving owner, as she's nurtured into her fullness.
She's a pup so she wants your firm, consistent direction so she can pleases you.
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Lacey- We don't know her past, but we can make sure of her future!
Found on the streets of Homestead/Redland, Florida scavenging for food from a plastic bag on the side of a busy, major road, feet away from being hit.
Homestead/Redland Florida has notoriously and sadly become a dumping ground for unwanted pets.
Please call Barbara W 786-298-9423
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