*2/1/13 UPDATE: LuLu started having seizures shortly after being rescued and is now doing great on her Veterinarian prescribed medications. She will need to remain on medication for the remainder of her life, but her monthly medication costs are low/very affordable.
Original Posting: LuLu was on the streets of Detroit. A lady called us and said that their was a little dog in front of her house, and that her neighbors pit bulls had gotten out of their yard and were chasing her. When our volunteer arrived, LuLu was running away from the bigger dogs, and ended up on Hayes (a fast moving street) dodging traffic. She was so scared at that point, but our volunteer was able to corner her against a fence and rescue her. On the way back to the car, another neighbor came out saying she had been her next door neighbors dog, they had moved out a few days prior. They left poor LuLu behind, outside, in Detroit, to fend for herself. She's quite friendly with people, does NOT like cats, and only likes other dogs who are older and relaxed.She's house trained thanks to her foster mom's diligence. She has been over bred as well as over fed!! Please contact us if youre interested in LuLu - 586 690 2808
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