Lucille is a little seal pup from Neverland. She is mischievous but means no harm to anyone, as she is mostly driven by her childlike curiosity. Lucille enjoys juggling and performing tricks in front of a audience but can be shy and cautious when encountering new people.
Lucille and Andre were left inside an abandoned apartment. The apartment was in terrible condition and we have no idea what happened to the tenants. The dogs were confiscated by animal control, brought to the pound and and never claimed.
Adoption Fee: $150
Breed: Pit Bull
Age: 1-3 yrs
Weight: 40-50 lbs
Color: Fawn & White
Lucy is healthy and ready for adoption.
Lucille is fostered in a home with a family of 5. The children are teens. There's a is Male adult Pit Bull, an older female American Bulldog mix, and two bearded dragons kept in glass cage.
Lulu stays in her crate during the day when no one is home & also all night. She has no issues going into her crate. She is free to roam around the house with the other dogs when someone is home.
There's a large yard in her foster home with a 6 foot privacy fence and some chain link. Lucille does great in the yard and makes no attempt to escape. The dogs are always supervised however.
Lulu is great on a leash when going for walks around the neighborhood or hiking through the woods. She also LOVES car rides and will go anywhere her people go.
Lucy is a sweetheart of a dog. She has a very happy, outgoing personality with a goofball side. She is very well balanced and responsive, loves to cuddle or run around the backyard. She plays with toys between naps. She is also very eager-to-please and a little bit more on the submissive side, though not shy.
Behavior with people:
Lucy takes a minute to warm up to new adults, but as soon as you give her belly rubs you are are her new best friend.
Behavior with children:
Outgoing, friendly with children. Lucy loves to run and play with every kid she meets.
Behavior with other dogs:
Lucy gets along great with her foster dog brother & sister. She also had a play-date with the neighbor's smaller male dog & had a blast. They ran around the yard tirelessly for 15 minutes.
Lucille would get along great in a house with another dog or would flourish in the attention of being an only pet.
Behavior with other animals:
Lucy has met 2 cats on separate occasions and while she showed interest in playing with them, she was not aggressive nor has she shown any signs of a prey drive. (She ignores the birds and squirrels on the other side of the yard.)
Lucy is crate trained and housebroken. She knows sit, come & lay down (sometimes, if the treat is good ;-))
Lucille is an all around great little dog. She loves to interact with her foster dog siblings or cuddle with her human family. She is also perfectly content with laying in the middle of the room watching everyone. She doesn't mind baths or playing in a kiddie pool. Lucy would make a great companion to just about anyone. She is on the small side, easy and no trouble at all. A cuddly little sweetheart, full of charm and potential.