Today's guest blogger is Luci, an adoptable 2 year old pup out of Peyton, CO.
Hi everybody! I'm Luci and I'm a 2-year-old Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix and I'm looking for my forever family! I'm very well behaved, love to learn for treats, and love playtime and cuddle time equally. I adore stretching in all kinds of ways and can look a little silly doing so. My humans find this extremely entertaining.
I have major FOMO (fear of missing out), I belong in the middle of all happenings in my home. So, I will follow you from room to room. Good news if you adopt me: you'll never be alone, not even in the bathroom! My motto is that lots of butt rubs and a few good naps a day are essential for a happy life. My main daily occupation is coming up with new ways to melt my humans' hearts. I'm very successful at it.
I also make it my duty to guard the house and alert if anyone is at the door. I love meeting other dogs but don't do well being too close with them, like living together. I like to get all the attention in my home. I'm unsure how I feel about small humans. I'm completely house trained, am okay on my own but, again, I LOVE to spend time with my humans. I do well in cars and don't mind being bathed or getting a little pedicure either! I'm told I'm a "really good girl" and the "jackpot" of a perfect pup.
So why am I still looking for my forever home? Well, I need a really special family. I was born with a heart condition that causes my heart to have to work extra hard when I'm excited. My meds make me less active to keep my heart in check, but my humans have to make sure I get plenty of rest too. My doctors advised against heart surgery because of something called 'high risk'. They said I might have a shortened lifespan but I don't really know what any of that means. I'm just here to love and devour treats.
If you have room for Luci in your home, please reach out to From Forgotten to Forever Rescue. And if you can't take in a pup right now, please share Luci's story so we can find her the perfect family she deserves.
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