78 days ago

Lovely dog looking for a new home

Sara from St Albans

This is Lucy ,she is around 12 years old and up until recently was living with my 90 year old father who has now gone into palliative care
As much as I would love to keep her I can’t as I already have 2 dogs who she loves to be with
I’m looking for someone who will love her as much as my dad does and be able to give her some love and attention and car rides and walks and most importantly company
She is the sweetest wee thing ,great with kids cats and other dogs
I would prefer a retired person or someone who is home a lot as that’s what she’s been used to
I also have one condition that I can have access to her until dad passes as it makes him so happy to see her
Please text 0275606441 Sara


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