Lucy - This Red-Haired Beauty
Susan Daffron talks to Melissa Lee Prescott from Daisy's Animal Rescue League in Massachusetts about a three-year old spayed female pit bull mix named Lucy. This sweet girl was named after Lucille Ball because of her red hair. Right now, she's underweight, but she's a healthy fun-loving active dog who loves to play. Lucy was dumped on the streets in Marlboro, Massachusetts but was picked up by Peter Nikitas the Animal Control Officer in Marlboro. He kept her, fed her and got her back on her feet.
Peter called Melissa asking if she could help find Lucy a new home. Of course, Melissa said yes and Lucy is staying with her as a foster dog. Lucy already knows basic commands and is always eager to learn and please. She loves to go for walks and car rides and is good with other dogs and children. Lucy would be a great family dog. She greets everyone with a wiggly wag and big smile. Melissa is hoping that Lucy can find her forever home, so she can take in more foster dogs who need help. As an incentive, Lucy's adoption fee is being completely waived.
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