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My name is Lucy!
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No One's Dog Rescue
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Home Check

4.

Approve Application

5.

Sign Adoption Contract

Facts about me

Breed
Border Collie
Color
Black - with White
Age
8 years 5 months old, Adult
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
(Current) 50 lbs
Sex
Female
Pet ID
2018-0301-Lucy

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small red x Not good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Lucy was found as a stray in a beautiful wooded neighborhood in NW Houston, likely dumped. This is unfortunately a common occurrence in this area. Lucy may be a purebred dog but we have no way to confirm this. She is a Smooth Coated Border Collie. Her age is also in question, so we are guessing she is about 5-6 years old.



Lucy comes from a working breed and lives up to this reputation. She is not a dog companion. She does however like to keep all the dogs in the household in line. Lucy is a low energy dog enjoying lounging in her favorite spots on the stair landing or in front of the window where she can monitor all activity inside and outside. Other things she really enjoys are her daily walks (verbalizing her excitement), watching tv with you (and getting a back scratch), and crawling in bed in the morning to say hello. Lucy is very loving and affectionate, and would do really well as an only dog to a person or family with no small children. She does not mind children, but has a delicate back leg that should not be climbed on. She has been on a good joint supplement for this and it should be continued.



Lucy is raw fed and has blossomed on this protocol. It helps her joint issue and keeps shedding from her silky coat to a minimum. We are looking for adopters that would continue this diet. She is house trained and extremely reliable. Lucy does not chew or destroy items left out. She is HW negative, spayed and up to date on her rabies vaccine. Please contact Kelly at No One's Dog Rescue to meet Lucy or for more information on this sweet girl.
Rescue

No One's Dog Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
2018-0301-Lucy
Contact
Kelly Hall
Address
Houston, TX 77095
Donation

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

NOD is a seasonal weekend adoption event rescue. After meeting the dog, a completed adoption application is submitted to the rescue.

2.

Interview

As part of the application process, there is the phone contact with one personal reference and adopters veterinarian.

3.

Home Check

If application and references look good, then a home check is scheduled and any residual questions regarding the adoption are answered.

4.

Approve Application

The next step is a one to two week home trial to make sure the adoption is a good fit. We discuss openly the dogs traits - good and bad.

5.

Sign Adoption Contract

The final step in our protocol is executing the adoption contract and payment of the adoption donation to the rescue.

Additional adoption info

I am not into rescue to have the largest turnaround of dogs. I am into rescue to take a battered and dejected dog off the streets. To get it healthy and confident in order to make a loving and permanent placement. A human-dog love connection!

Go meet their pets

No One's Dog Rescue is currently showing dogs by appointment only. To meet one of our dogs, please contact Kelly at nod2016dog@gmail.com or email us through Adopt-a-Pet to arrange a meet and greet. Thank you for your interest in a rescue dog!

More about this rescue

I am an animal lover but specifically a dog lover. I have picked up stray dogs for many years so forming a rescue was inevitable. No One's Dog Rescue is devoted to saving street dogs, one dog at a time. This includes good nutrition for vital health and training for an amendable dog. Part of my mission is to connect the right dog with the right person so there is much discussion with adopter on specific wants vs needs. I also advocate and support raw feeding and natural rearing protocols. As a nutritionist myself I know first hand the power of good food irregardless of species. I rescue because the need is so great and hope to set an example of compassion and responsibility by my actions.