Lucy is a mastiff mix whose family was overcome by health issues compounded by the destructive force of Florence.
Adopted at three months, much-loved and cared for by that family, she is sweet and affectionate with everyone—people, other dogs, and even cats. Like many dogs who have been the focus of family attention, she has a lot of personality that she likes expressing. She is crate-trained and loves her crate. She has always had access to a large yard and will go to the door to be let out and will bark to come back in. She has only been on a leash to go to
the vet or the groomer so her leash manners leave a lot to be desired if long leisurely walks are on the agenda. She is extremely quick to learn, however, and very interested in pleasing so better leash manners shouldn’t be demanding.
Her favorite activities are whatever yours are. She loves cuddling, watching television, hanging out when you’re reading, playing cards, having friends over. She likes a lot of conversation, exchanging opinions about life and making you laugh.
The volunteers who evaluated her said that between her affectionate temperament and personality she’s a hard dog not to put in the car and bring home.
Entered rescue: Novemeber 24, 2018
History: Owner Surrender
Reactions to strangers: Friendly
Demeanor with children: Good
Behavior with other dogs: Good
Behavior with cats: Good
House training: Good
Spayed / Neutered: Spayed
Health status: Excellent