Lucy


Cocker Spaniel
Picture of Lucy, a female Cocker Spaniel

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Home:Maryland, MD  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Female   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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Nicknames:
LuLu, Luc, Princess, Wigglebutt, Fuzzball, Little Girl, LuAnn, DevilDog, Ladybug, Goldilocks

Doggie Dynamics:
 Energy 
sleepyenergetic
 
 Intelligence 
sillygenius
 
 Friendliness 
aggressiveaffectionate
 
 Playfulness 
not playfulvery playful
 
 Disposition 
anxiouscalm
 

Sun Sign:
Quick Bio:
-dog rescue

Birthday:
October 1st 2003

Likes:
Eating, sleeping, growling, playing with toys, watching tv, looking out the window, sitting on the sofa, being a princess

Pet-Peeves:
Loud noises, Taking her toy away, Going to the doctor, Taking pills, Birds, People touching her face

Favorite Toy:
All of them!!!

Favorite Food:
Rice, peanut butter, pizza, cheese

Favorite Walk:
In the yard looking for rabbits and birds

Best Tricks:
Sitting, Jumping

Arrival Story:
Oldies But Goodies Cocker Spaniel Rescue of Northern Virginia www.cockerspanielrescue.com Please adopt a homeless doggy!!!

Forums Motto:
Born to Run

The Groups I'm In:
*Modern Dog*, ♥All Fur Fun♥, FANCYPANTS CAFE, "Just One Litter" Is Still Too Many, American cocker spaniel lovers unite, Animal Rescue, Cesar's Dogster Pack, Cockerspaniels Rule!, Rescued Doggies, The K-9 Cafe

I've Been On Dogster Since:
April 1st 2006 More than 8 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:
291573


Meet my family
LuckyHomerMagic--R.I.P

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I Matter


April 2nd 2006 5:36 pm
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"I MATTER"

You may have found me on the street or left at someone’s door;
You may have found me all alone on some old dirty floor.

You may have found me cold and wet from being in the rain
You may have found me old and sick from being in so much pain

You may have found me tired and panting as I could walk no more
You may have found me miles away and my paws were really sore

You may have found me hours away from being put to sleep
You may have found me grateful for the rescue, as in your arms I leaped

You may have found me excited as you visited me at the shelter
You may have found the walk you gave me peace from the helter skelter

You may have found me a little sad as I knew you had to leave
You may have found me knowing that in me you did believe

You may have found me happy when on the internet I would be placed
You may have found me surprised to see an actual picture of my face

You may have found me perky, as in my heart there was a song
You may have found me with foster parents and a feeling that I belonged


BUT TODAY YOU FIND ME THANKFUL BECAUSE I NO LONGER FEEL ALONE
FOR TODAY I WAS ADOPTED; NOW I HAVE A PLACE THAT I CALL “HOME”.


Author: Bernadette Oliff

THANKS TO THE HUMANE SOCIETIES THAT DO THEIR BEST TO GET THE ANIMALS ADOPTED. THANKS TO ALL OF THE VOLUNTEERS THAT GIVE UP THEIR TIME, LOVE, AND ENERGY TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE, EVEN IF ONE LITTLE ANIMAL SENSES THAT EVEN IT’S LITTLE LIFE MATTERED. TO ALL OF THE RESCUE SHELTERS FOR THE ENDLESS HOURS IN TRYING TO RESCUE THESE ANIMALS AND PLACING THEM IN A HOME. SPECIAL THANKS TO THE “NO KILL” RESCUE SHELTERS THAT TAKE IN VARIOUS ANIMALS WITH VARIOUS HEALTH PROBLEMS. TO ALL OF YOU, YOU ARE THESE ANIMALS UNSUNG HEROES. YOU DO NOT GET THE CREDIT YOU DESERVE FOR DOING SUCH A SELFLESS ACT. THANKS FOR MAKING EVERY ANIMAL FEEL THAT EVEN THEY MATTER.

 
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