What Lucky Needs to Thrive
Most importantly, Lucky needs adopters who are committed and patient. She will initially need time and space to bond with her new family. No small children.
Lucky should be the only animal in the home (due to her prey drive and dog reactivity).
The ideal home environment for Lucky would be a home where she can be inside with her family and a large yard she can run in where she is comfortable. Not a dog for walks in busy urban areas without training.
Any person adopting Lucky would benefit greatly by participating in a few training sessions with a Tugdogs trainer to learn how to bond with her and how to handle her during times of stress. (Up to 3 sessions provided by SCGSR).
Lucky is a good candidate for training. In just a 6 hour evaluation, she showed excellent progress at being able to be brushed, feel more confident, and pass by intently barking dogs.
Please enter "interested in Lucky"
Question 37 on the Adoption Application