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Lucy

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About

Breed

Greyhound, Mixed Breed (Medium), Pit Bull Terrier

Age

2 Years

Gender

Female

Size

Medium (20-40 lbs.)

Can Live With

  • Birds
  • Cats
  • Children
  • Dogs
  • Older Children (12+)
  • Unknown

Spayed/Neutered

Yes

Current on Vaccines

Unknown

Specialized Care

  • None

Location

JBLM, WA

Biography

Lucy is about 2 years old, the people I adopted her from said she was neglected and abused when she was younger, so she’s very anxious, but the sweetest dog ever. She’s quiet and does not bark very much, but very playful especially once you get her going. She loves playing fetch, especially with a ball or stick, and she’s a big fan of tug-o-war with a rope as well. She had some medical issues at first, but after taking her to the vet she’s gotten much healthier. The only thing is a bit of a scratching issue that I’ve been treating with an itch relieving shampoo which has helped her. She’s great with kids and loved playing with my 7-year old little brother, but she likes to jump up on people so watch out for that. She likes to be on the furniture with you as she’s a bit of a lap dog if you let her but will not go on it if you tell her to get off. If you get her a toy make sure it’s a tough one cause she likes to tear them apart. She loves the outside, likes to run, and absolutely loves playing with other dogs. She will tug on the leash to go see the other dog, she is very insistent on it 😂. But she’s been doing better with it. A couple dogs have tried to be violent with her when she tried to play with them but she just looked confused and backed up close to me, she doesn’t try to engage the other dogs in an angry manner, I’ve never seen her get mad in the time I’ve had her. If you leave her alone at the house you should keep her somewhere where she can’t get to anything important as she will, like most puppies, get ahold of something and likes to chew it up. Lastly, she is well bathroom trained, and won’t go in the house unless you scare tf outta her by accident or don’t take her out for too long (I’m sure y’all get it one can only hold it for so long before it’s too much). Lucy is an amazing dog, she’s definitely a pretty dog, very loyal, and deserves a good life with a good family that can give her the care she needs.

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