Two years ago, a transport from Alabama arrived in South Florida carrying a litter of 7 abandoned puppies. Lucy was a happy, wiggly black and white super cute puppy who was content to play and be held. She was quickly adopted. Two years later, Lucy became reactive to the other dog in the household and to dogs on leashes. While this is an issue, it's fixable and she was evaluated by a trainer who was willing to teach the owner how to redirect Lucy's energy towards dogs with treats. This is a proven method that takes time, love and patience. Surely if you love your dog, you'd be willing to do this? Not in this case. Lucy's original owner contacted A Second Chance Rescue and asked that we take her back. We did so gladly because this is our policy. We are looking for an adopter who has a lot of love to give a dog that needs to be reminded that with the right person, life is good. She needs to go to a home where she can be the only dog, comfortable in knowing that she is loved and will return that love. Lucy absolutely adores her humans, she snuggles, cuddles and is the perfect girl to curl up with you and watch Netflix. She walks well on a leash and is housebroken. Lucy has been evaluated by a behaviorist and she believes that she will do best in a home that gives her room to run and play. She is a two year old and weighs about 45 pounds. When she pants after bouncing around the play area, it appears that she's smiling, with a wide, tpithy grin. It's important to remember that sometimes the perfect dog takes love and kindness. This describes Lucy perfectly.
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