GONE TO THE BRIDGE 09-23-14 – Lady passed right in front of the volunteers – we are all very sad that she was so close to her forever home and just did not make it. RIP sweet lady, you were loved by many. Every once in a while you get to be reminded about all of the reasons that you formed your dog rescue, in this case it has been then remarkable presence of a German shepherd that we named Lucky Lady. This very special creature came to us obese, parasite riddled, socially deprived, used up as a breeder dog and in state of total depression but what makes this lady so remarkable is that she came around almost instantly. Over the years I have worked with make wonderful dogs but lucky has to be one of the sweetest, most affectionate and genuinely loving creatures I have ever met.
SPAYED*** FULLY VETTED*** GREAT WITH ALL PEOPLE
GREAT WITH MOST DOGS***LEASH, HOUSE AND BASIC COMMAND TRAINED
BLACK, THICK FLOWING COAT
Ms. Lucky Lady is a gorgeous 3-4 year old German shepherd with a thick, flowing coal black coat, a phenomenal personality and at present she is still a bit rotund (92 pounds but was 105 pounds). It has been a true joy to watch the progress of this girl as she has evolved into a happy and playful dog of joy. If there was ever a mother dog born it would have to be lucky, watching her with children of all ages is amazing, her gentle demeanor, her loving but protective presence, her absolute joy, it really is something to behold. Of course our Lucky Lady is great with all people, has been great with most dogs (she does not seem to care for small dogs), has mastered the leash, basic commands and has great house manners.
If you are looking for the very definition a loving companion then our girl ” Lucky Lady ” should fit your needs very nicely.
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