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Pet name:
Belgian Shepherd Malinois, Mixed
Beautiful Lulu... she is smart, energetic, active and will be your loyal new best friend.  Lulu came to us after her family couldn't keep her through no fault of her own.  Shelter life has been very stressful for Lulu and she still hasn't completely settled in, despite being with us for several months.  


Lulu needs an owner who has had Malinois experience.  She needs consistency, mental stimulation, and tons of exercise.  Lulu is very high strung and if she is not getting the activity she needs, she will make it known.  Lulu has gone through training sessions and we expect any potential adopter to follow through with consistent training.  Lulu does well in play groups with other dogs, but would be best as the only child due to some food guarding.  Lulu also needs an adult only home with not a lot of people coming and going and no small children or teens, and preferably in a single family home/condo with a yard (no apartments!). 


With all that said, Lulu really is a great girl who will make someone very happy.  She can't wait to find her future confident best friend who she can be loyal, protective and make smile.  If you're interested in learning more about Lulu, please send us an email or give us a call. 

*Please complete our online application for further consideration.  We do best fit for both dog and family, and completing an application is not a guarantee of approval.


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