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In shelter Dog

Arlington, TX, 76013
Pet name:
Australian Cattle Dog / Blue Heeler
Howdy! I will be at Petco, 2717 W Park Row Dr in Arlington TX 76013 from 11am - 2pm on October 8, 2022. Please come see me and visit with me. I am waiting for my FURRever home!

Meet Lucki, a 2 year old confident cattle dog mix always on the lookout for his person. He is the perfect size at 40 lbs for any home with a play area.

 A confident, calm pet parent would be best suited to be Luckis partner in crime! He enjoys his outdoor time, playing fetch, tug of war, or even nice long walks are shared activities that he would love partaking in with his favorite person. Dont forget about treats either as this guy would do anything for a tasty milk bone! Although he prefers to be with his person, he does get along with most dogs.

Lucki is crate and housetrained, He can walk on a leash pretty well, and is trying to work on being more social! We recommend a household with older kids, no cats, and no more than one other dog.

 For more information about Lucki please contact his foster mom Liz at (214) 616-6128. If would like to meet and shake paws with him, fill out our application online at If you are interested in fostering a pet , please visit our website to fill out an application


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