Breeds:
Pug
Colors:
Black
Lost or found date:
06/27/2021
Pet name:
Lucy
Gender:
Female
Age:
Senior
Description:
Lucy Girl, you can call her that, but she won’t hear you. Lucy is around 13 years young. She is blind and deaf but will smell you to find you. Before coming to live with our grumble Lucy had 1 owner. She does fine with other dogs and children but, due to some poor mobility in her hind legs, isn’t completely house broken. If you can keep her on a regular schedule, she will do fine. She does navigate around well, and she will find her people by smell, and will immediately lay down to nap. Most of her days are spent under our feet snoring away.   Due to her eyesight issues we never put her in a crate. She will often wake up at various hours. This being said, she will find a comfortable bed to sleep in at night. Lucy has had 2 seizures since being with us but currently is not on any medication for them. She has a normal appetite and diet. She does have dry eye on top of her blindness. The dry eye will cause build up over her eyes and requires cleaning and medication.   All of that, however, means nothing once you've fallen in love with her like we have. As our daughter would say, “Lucy is a very good girl.”   Location:  Indianapolis Donation:  $225.00

Location


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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