Week #2 – Lucky is still very shy around people but he is showing progress. It took him 2 days in his foster home to eat his first meal, but now is accepting treats from his foster mom’s hand. He wags his tail in the morning when he sees his foster parents, and is starting to get excited to go on walks. He would love to be in a home with another dog because Lucky imitates the other dogs in the house; he follows their lead when it’s time for a walk, going down stairs, or when it’s time for a treat. He’s made great strides towards his house training, for never living in a home with a family it’s quite impressive that he’s gone 4 days currently with no potty accidents. Lucky is still super shy of the camera so his foster mom started taking pictures of Lucky and calls them the “Peek-a-boo portraits”. If you think Lucky might be the next man in your life and would like to meet him, please contact his foster mom at email@example.com
Week #1 -Lucky hasn’t been so lucky in life. He is 8 years old and has yet to call a place his home. He’s gone from being a back yard dog to ending up at Animal Control to ending up at Last Chance Rescue, and here is where he’s hoping that his luck will turn for the better. He is in a foster home and that means big changes coming his way. He’s very scared right now but that is understandable; everything is brand new to him. He is timid being around people and doesn’t want to be approached; however, he is following his foster mom from room to room and keeps a watchful eye on her at all times. Something so simple as taking a dog for a walk seems so natural as a dog owner, but for Lucky his very first walk of his life was yesterday. It’s crazy to think about that, eight years old and never having been taken for a walk. It was during this walk for the first time that Lucky untucked his tail, we are no where close to seeing it wag but for now we’ll settle for the untuck ….as fleeting as it was. Stay tuned to watch Lucky’s story unfold.