MEET LULU!! Lulu is a pretty, 9 year old lab mix who is very sweet. Sadly her mother had to be placed in a home that does not allow pets, so Lulu finds herself in need of a new, forever home. We are sure Lulu is confused about what happened to her, and we want to make sure she finds a wonderful new home where she can know love again. Lulu is a wonderful girl. She is great with cats, children, and all people. Although she is friendly to other dogs, Lulu seems to prefer to be the only dog in the house. She is housetrained too (woohoo!). Lulu is past the crazy puppy stage and would be perfect for anyone looking for a more mature, trained dog to join their family.
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LULU UPDATE 02/04/19: Lulu is a lovely senior girl. She may be a lab mix on the outside, but her heart and soul are pure labby sweetness. She loves people and food in equal amounts She is totally house trained and will even let you know if she needs to go out. Lulu is 9 years old so she doesn’t need a ton of exercise to keep her calm, but she does love to go for walks (and would also love to chase squirrels up trees if she had the chance). She needs to lose some weight so we’ve been walking quite a bit, and she’s always eager to go as she enjoys meeting new people. When she plays with her toys, she kicks and throws them around herself and then chases them in the cutest way! As a senior she sleeps plenty, but she also likes to keep an eye on what’s going on outside and will let you know if someone is near the house with a few barks and growls but just enough to let you know without overdoing it. If you are looking for canine companionship without having to worry about potty training and chewing, Lulu is the perfect candidate. She will reward you with lots of kisses and tail thumping.
LULU UPDATE!! Lulu is a pretty, 9 year old lab mix who sadly has been through a lot in the past few months.Her owner had to be placed in a home that does not allow pets, so Lulu ended up homeless. Since then, she had to stay in boarding at a vet’s office for awhile until we were able to rescue her, and then she moved to a foster home where she was understandably confused. Lulu did well in her foster home and started to become more comfortable, but she started to show us that she would prefer to be the only dog in the home. While she can be friendly to other dogs in public, she doesn’t like to share her food or toys with them in the house, so she would do better by herself. We can’t blame her, as she’s been used to being the only dog in the house for years, so we’ve moved Lulu to a foster home where she can get all the attention. So far she seems to be doing great!