Lucy #14 Chocolate Labrador Retriever Mix Female 5-6 Months Old ID#2983
Lucy is a five to six month old chocolate Labrador retriever that was found as a stray in Mississippi. She is very friendly, and affectionate and loves to play. Please ready Lucy’s blog from the bottom up.
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October 18, 2021
The difference only a few days will make. This pretty little girl continues to surprise us with how fast she learns. Since her last update, she has turned the corner on bedtime and now walks in and lays down with just the mention of bedtime and Lucy’s bed.Lucy has had a couple of busy days of running errands and shopping. She now jumps up in the car on her own and continues to be a wonderful, calm traveler. She is eager to meet all people and will go right up to them for pets and to break out the lab lean. She met a number of new doggy friends while in line at the store waiting on her microchip.She was perfectly behaved and everyone, both human and dog, loved her. She barked a little bit as she didn’t understand why she couldn’t romp and play with all her new doggy friends in the store.
October 12, 2021
In an effort to not just repeat how sweet and wonderful Lucy is, I’ll try to point out new things.
Lucy has made great strides in learning to come when called. Although she prefers that you do it like Ricky Ricardo, lllooooooccie! 🙂 She had some play time in the woods and every time you call her name she turns to look at you. And those eyes, they get you every time.She and resident dog Bella have become buddies and play together often. When it’s get too much, or at least Bella thinks so, Lucy reacts appropriately to correction.
Today was the first day that all the humans in our house had to actually leave the house for work. She went into her crate willingly with a treat at 8am and was perfect all day (as was seen on the cameras) while the resident dogs were nearby but had free roam. The first person arrived home around 3pm and Lucy was happy to see them. A little while later, when foster mom got home, everyone was treated to a two mile woods walk!
Enjoy some of Lucy’s playtime with Bella.
October 4, 2021
Lucy is settling in very well and we’re starting to see her personality and playfulness now. She sleeps all night in her crate without a sound and settles quickly in the crate when we have to leave her for a bit at home. Lucy loves her food, maybe a bit much, so she’s using a slow feeder bowl for now. She’s very gentle when taking treats, as well, and sits nice and calm waiting her turn.She had a brief meeting with some neighbor kids (6yrs and 3yrs old). She never once jumped. Though she tended to push the smaller one over with the great lab lean! When they squatted down, she would sniff their hair and they’d giggle. She was perfectly behaved for this short time.
She loves her people and you can see the desire to please in those big brown eyes when she looks up at you for approval.While she likes to play and still has the puppy exuberance for pretty active play, she is also able to entertain herself with toys and bones. When play gets a bit too much, she can be redirected with a bone or a rope to chew on. Active but settles quickly would be an accurate description.Lucy is missing three teeth (2 top front & one bottom canine). This is thought to be from some trauma when she was a young pup. However, you’d never know it. It is not evident in looking at her and has no effect on her eating kibble or treats, chewing bones or ropes, or playing. In fact, it’s adorable as her little tongue tends to slide out when she’s sleeping.Lucy has also attended the Sadie class for great labs, as is seen in another pic, and she’s learned the art of exercise and relaxing on the porch.We’ll be continuing to work on shake, stay, and hopefully come.
October 1, 2021
Lucy has landed! She made the trek from Mississippi to join the Brookline ranks. We picked her up this afternoon in Harrisburg and she was a model traveler for her additional 2.5 hrs to our place.When we got home she got tours around the yard from Bella and Sadie, followed by learning the art of porch sitting. Lucy has already won Bella over and they’re becoming fast friends.She was also quick to learn that Brookline blankets are cozy.Stay tuned as we learn more about this adorable dark chocolate nugget.
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PLEASE NOTE: While this Lab may not be available for adoption by the time you complete the adoption process, other great Labs are always finding their way into our Rescue.
If you are interested in adopting this Lab or any other Lab from our Rescue, please visit our Web site, www.brooklinelabrescue.org, for more information on our adoption process. If you need additional information about the adoption process or whether you are in our coverage area, please send an e-mail to our Rescue at firstname.lastname@example.org
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