Last night, I got served a little bit too much of those biscuits, baby
Last night, I did things I’m not proud of
And I got a little crazy
Last night, I met a hound at the dog park and I let him call me baby
Now I don’t even know my last name!
Hello my darlin’ basset lovers! I’m Lucy, a swingin’ senior hound of just 11 years young.
Don’t let my introduction scare you off because I was only kidding. My wild and crazy dog days are in the past. These days I am quite the respectable lady, content to just relax with you and catch a few warm rays of sunshine on my face. These really are the golden years – and I’m enjoying every moment of them. I just don’t want to spend them alone.
I’m doing great in my foster home and my foster parents’ have only the most wonderful things to say about me! They can’t believe that someone has snatched me up already!
I am crate trained and housebroken. I have a lovely education in obedience and am happy to let you groom me. I’m incredibly lovable but also very independent. I’m not shy at all and would love to get belly rubs all day long! I prefer the company of male dogs.
My favorite time of day is breakfast and dinner and when my humans come home from work or running errands. I get so excited that I’ll bring you a present! Whatever is closest to me, whether it be my toys, blanket, bed – you name it and I’ll bring it to you! I’ll do the same thing at meal time. With my mouth full of whatever I have decided to bring you that day, I’ll snort with excitement! It’s very cute!
I may be 11 years old, but you would never know it and foster mom says I act younger than the resident six year old basset!
Won’t you consider me as your forever faithful companion? I promise you that you won’t regret it!
Lucy is spayed, micro-chipped, and up-to-date on vaccines.
Her adoption fee is $250.
(This adoption fee can be discounted by 50% for senior citizens. If you are 65 or older, ask about our Senior Program!)
Lucy’s Foster Says:Lucy has the best personality! She just wants to please all of the time and learns quickly when she hasn’t pleased you; she gets her feelings hurt easily. I believe her former owner may have taught her to fetch their slippers or the newspaper because she loves to grab both and bring them to you. It’s adorable! She would be a great addition to any family and especially in a home where her humans could be with her all day long.