Lucy – Now Adopted!
If you would like to apply for Lucy please follow the link at the bottom of the page and complete the application form but before you do that, please read the adoption statement.
Can live with children: Yes, she is currently living with young children
Can live with dogs: Yes – non vocal
Can live with cats: No
Current Location: Essex
Lucy loves affection and cuddles. She is learning commands, with her foster family and she is playful, her favourite toy is her football. She can be stubborn, like many bulldogs, but she is a very sweet girl who she enjoys walking and has good recall.
Things to be aware of:
Lucy isn’t keen on loud noises or dogs barking in her face, she will bark back but doesn’t show any aggression.
Lucy was not toilet trained at all when she came into rescue so needs ongoing training with this.
We are unsure if Lucy has been spayed, she has a scar on her stomach, but we will have to wait and see if she comes into season. Because of this, she will not be rehomed with an entire male dog.
If it transpires that she has not been spayed, we will arrange this with a vet our choosing.
This will be in the agreement she is re-homed with and the charity will cover the cost.
The ideal home:
Lucy will flourish is a home where she will be shown patience and understanding with ongoing training. Ideally there will be someone home for most of the day and we think another dog will be good for companionship.
She is in foster with a young family and she is very good around the children, so we have no restriction on ages.
Lucy can be left for up to 4 hours and she travels well so we are happy for her to be re-homed up to 4 hours from her current location.
If you have any questions, please ask Dean O’James her foster.
Lucy’s adoption fee is £400 and will need to be paid in full prior to her going home which will also be subject to a home check.
If you feel you can offer the perfect home to Lucy, then please complete our application form via the link below
Please note, if you don’t meet Lucy’s criteria you won’t be considered to adopt her.