Shepherd, Bull Terrier, Mixed
Tan, Yellow, Fawn with Black
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The many happy faces of LULU! Lulu came to us from BARCS Animal Shelter where there is currently an ongoing investigation due to the traumatic injuries that she suffered, likely a result of being beaten. Lulu had several fractured teeth removed and seems to have some slight neurologic issues - decreased vision & occasionally off balance. No seizures, thank goodness! A recent visit with the neurologist at HOPE recommends a wait-and-see approach as she could continue to improve over the next 6-24 months. In spite of what she has allegedly been through, Lulu remains a sweet and trusting soul! Her paperwork says she is between 1 & 4 years old, 49 lbs and a mix of Husky/Shepherd (we think their may be some Bull Terrier in there!) She is currently in a foster home with cats (thanks Cliff & Laura) and did well with another dog (WEEKO) during her brief stay at the Adoption Center. Lulu will be available after she is spayed - probably early June. We are accepting applications now and Lulu will be happy to do meet and greets with approved applicants prior to her surgery in early June. She has been vaccinated, heartworm tested negative and microchipped as well. Should be officially available for adoption mid June. Adoption $300. Apply at ❤️❤️❤️


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