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My name is LUCY!

Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Mix Dog for adoption in Mt. Carmel, Illinois - LUCY
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Wabash County Animal Shelter

Facts about LUCY

  • Breed: Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium) Mix
  • Color: Gray/Silver/Salt & Pepper - With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 11628978

I came to the shelter on 7/5/2017 and I am ready for adoption now. I am 8 years old and I weigh 61 pounds. I am heartworm negative and spayed too. Stay tuned for updates!

 

Single, grey, middle aged, female ISO long term relationship. Have very athletic build and still love to take long walks and car rides. Never had a Pina colada, and don’t really like getting caught in the rain, but I do enjoy cuddling in bed. Been dumped a couple of times, so not interested in playing games. This MUST be for keeps. If you are intrigued, the number to call is (618) 262-7109. I promise, I won’t disappoint.

Our sweet Lucy was surrendered last week. Her owner said he didn’t have time for her any more. He had her for around a year. He took her from someone who had her from a puppy but due to changing circumstances, needed to find her another home. What this gal needs a new home with a “‘til death do us part… for better or for worse” attitude. She is tired of packing her bags.

Lucy is a gorgeous 8 year old grey and white pit bull mix. She came in with a large fatty tumor on her side which we had removed. She also has some skin allergies which we are working on with a special diet and some medication. Other than that, she appears to be healthy. She is spayed, now up to date on all of her vaccinations, and is heartworm negative.

Lucy loves everyone she meets. She has lived with other dogs and done fine with them. We are not sure about cats. She has always lived inside and is house trained. She was great with her bath, all of her vetting and is a car rider extraordinaire. She does pull when she walks on a leash, but she is eager to please, so with some training, that should be an easy fix.

We have fallen in love with this girl and are determined that her forever home is out there. If you have been ISO the perfect companion and think Lucy could be your gal, the first step is an approved adoption screening form. To obtain one, give us a call or email wabashcountybuddies@outlook.com. We would love to hook you and Lucy up!!

Act quickly to adopt LUCY. Pets at this Shelter may be held for only a short time.

About Wabash County Animal Shelter

About Our Shelter...

WHO WE ARE...We are a county shelter with one full time Animal Control Officer and a group of very dedicated volunteers called the Wabash County Animal Shelter Buddies (WCASB). Wabash County Animal Shelter is licensed by the State of Illinois Department of Agriculture. WCASB is 501c3. The WCASB helps coordinate adoption of dogs and cats from the Wabash County Animal Shelter. Our mission is to increase the number of pet adoptions/rescues from the Wabash County Animal Shelter, to provide a clean, safe, and friendly environment to animals during their stay at our shelter, to educate the public about pet overpopulation and the importance of spay/neuter practices, and to promote awareness of the benefits of adopting a shelter pet.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Come visit us! We would love to introduce you to our wonderful dogs and cats....we are located in Mt. Carmel, Illinois at 11336 N. 1550 Blvd (a.k.a Poor Farm Road).

Our Adoption Process...

If you are interested in adopting an animal, please contact the Wabash County Animal Shelter at wabashcountybuddies@outlook.com to receive an adoption screening form. An approved adoption screening form is the first step in adopting any of our shelter animals. Once we receive your application, we will look over it and check your references. If everything looks good, we will let you know that your application is approved. We may contact you for more information about any part of your application if we feel something is unclear or we have a concern. Should your application be denied, you will be given an explanation.