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My name is Lucy!
I'm being cared for by
Faithful Friends Animal Society

Facts about me

Breed
Hound (Unknown Type)
Color
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Weight
Sex
Female
Pet ID
18033683

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with dogs

My story

Lucy is a happy go lucky gal, just about 48 pounds and a great size for almost any home! She is estimated to be about 3.5 years old, and has been a gentle, happy gal since she arrived with us from a local rescue partner. She was reported to be friendly with dogs of all sizes in her previous foster home, so will likely have all of her best home manners under her collar, too! If you're looking for a gorgeous gal with a just as gorgeous personality, come meet Lucy and fall in love with her today!   Please consider, let your friends know about Lucy, and most importantly SHARE their profile, so they can find their forever family!   If you're interested in offering Lucy a forever home, please fill out an adoption application, or visit us during open hours, Wednesday-Friday from 1pm-7pm, and Saturday from noon-5pm. Applications are processed on a first come, best fit basis. June 25, 2022, 4:17 pm
Lucy is a happy go lucky gal, just about 48 pounds and a great size for almost any home! She is estimated to be about 3.5 years old, and has been a gentle, happy gal since she arrived with us from a local rescue partner. She was reported to be friendly with dogs of all sizes in her previous foster home, so will likely have all of her best home manners under her collar, too! If you're looking for a gorgeous gal with a just as gorgeous personality, come meet Lucy and fall in love with her today!   Please consider, let your friends know about Lucy, and most importantly SHARE their profile, so they can find their forever family!   If you're interested in offering Lucy a forever home, please fill out an adoption application, or visit us during open hours, Wednesday-Friday from 1pm-7pm, and Saturday from noon-5pm. Applications are processed on a first come, best fit basis. June 25, 2022, 4:17 pm
Shelter

Faithful Friends Animal Society

Contact info

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Faithful Friends is committed to finding the perfect match for you! Whether you are looking for a jogging partner, a cuddle buddy, or a playmate - our adoption process was created to find a companion that complements your lifestyle. When searching for a pet, consider what your lifestyle, activity level, and home environment is like and look for an animal that is suitable for you! Details about our adoption requirements: Adoption applicants must be at least 18 years old. Yes, we do adopt to out-of-state residents. Please visit our website for info on adoption fees...www.faithfulfriends.us/adoption-process Adoption fee includes spay or neuter surgery, routine vaccines, microchip, de-wormer, and current heartworm prevention and flea/tick control.
Faithful Friends is committed to finding the perfect match for you! Whether you are looking for a jogging partner, a cuddle buddy, or a playmate - our adoption process was created to find a companion that complements your lifestyle. When searching for a pet, consider what your lifestyle, activity level, and home environment is like and look for an animal that is suitable for you! Details about our adoption requirements: Adoption applicants must be at least 18 years old. Yes, we do adopt to out-of-state residents. Please visit our website for info on adoption fees...www.faithfulfriends.us/adoption-process Adoption fee includes spay or neuter surgery, routine vaccines, microchip, de-wormer, and current heartworm prevention and flea/tick control.

Go meet their pets

Please visit our shelter! Faithful Friends Animal Society 12 Germay Drive Wilmington, DE 19804 302-427-8514 www.faithfulfriends.us Public Adoption and Service Hours Sunday, Monday & Tuesday - Closed to public Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm Saturday 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Please visit our shelter! Faithful Friends Animal Society 12 Germay Drive Wilmington, DE 19804 302-427-8514 www.faithfulfriends.us Public Adoption and Service Hours Sunday, Monday & Tuesday - Closed to public Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm Saturday 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

More about this shelter

Faithful Friends was founded in 2000, as Citizens for the Protection and Care of Animals, by a group of local animal lovers who believe there is a better way to address the problem of pet homelessness than mass euthanasia. Currently, about 25,000 pets become homeless in Delaware and over 15,000 are destroyed in Delaware's publicly funded shelters. The vast majority of these pets are destroyed because there are no homes for them immediately available. And these numbers do not take into account the thousands of homeless cats that huddle near dumpsters, living in fear. Pet overpopulation and homelessness is a community problem, not a shelter problem. It takes a unified effort within the community to solve the problem and to do so in a humane, effective manner. We hope you will join this effort! Our Mission Ending the routine killing of dogs and cats through rescue and adoption of homeless pets, affordable spay/neuter programs that target the neediest pet owners in our community, and outreach programs that prevent pet owner relinquishments. Our Vision That Delaware will become a state that cares for and protects animal companions, eliminating abuse, neglect and the routine killing of homeless pets. Our Goals Significantly increase adoptions of homeless pets by building a state-of-the-art Adoption Center that provides medical care and a homelike setting where dogs and cats can live free of stress and fear until new homes are found for them. Provide care options for homeless pets that need more time and training to become adopted or who need lifetime care by creating a Sanctuary in Delaware. Here, animals who are difficult to place in homes because of age, illness or temperament can live out their natural lives in safety. Create therapeutic programs that bring animals and their gifts of unconditional love, companionship and healing to children and the elderly in residential facilities who suffer from isolation, depression or the effects of abuse or illness. Reduce overpopulation by providing spay/neuter programs which target the neediest pet owners and feral/stray cats. Reduce pet relinquishments to shelters by offering support, training and alternatives to owner give-ups.
Faithful Friends was founded in 2000, as Citizens for the Protection and Care of Animals, by a group of local animal lovers who believe there is a better way to address the problem of pet homelessness than mass euthanasia. Currently, about 25,000 pets become homeless in Delaware and over 15,000 are destroyed in Delaware's publicly funded shelters. The vast majority of these pets are destroyed because there are no homes for them immediately available. And these numbers do not take into account the thousands of homeless cats that huddle near dumpsters, living in fear. Pet overpopulation and homelessness is a community problem, not a shelter problem. It takes a unified effort within the community to solve the problem and to do so in a humane, effective manner. We hope you will join this effort! Our Mission Ending the routine killing of dogs and cats through rescue and adoption of homeless pets, affordable spay/neuter programs that target the neediest pet owners in our community, and outreach programs that prevent pet owner relinquishments. Our Vision That Delaware will become a state that cares for and protects animal companions, eliminating abuse, neglect and the routine killing of homeless pets. Our Goals Significantly increase adoptions of homeless pets by building a state-of-the-art Adoption Center that provides medical care and a homelike setting where dogs and cats can live free of stress and fear until new homes are found for them. Provide care options for homeless pets that need more time and training to become adopted or who need lifetime care by creating a Sanctuary in Delaware. Here, animals who are difficult to place in homes because of age, illness or temperament can live out their natural lives in safety. Create therapeutic programs that bring animals and their gifts of unconditional love, companionship and healing to children and the elderly in residential facilities who suffer from isolation, depression or the effects of abuse or illness. Reduce overpopulation by providing spay/neuter programs which target the neediest pet owners and feral/stray cats. Reduce pet relinquishments to shelters by offering support, training and alternatives to owner give-ups.