Dog of the Week: Lacey

Julia D Dog of the Week

Lacey is a friendly and outgoing chocolate lab looking for a family of her own! She spent her first few years of life as a farm dog but is ready to be a city girl now and enjoy the finer things in life.     Lacey was spayed when she joined rescue and she is now on a journey to live the best life possible so this means she would like an owner who will help her to start living an active life!

Lacey is a little on the heavy side but she has lost weight since being with us and now weighs about 85 pounds. A little moderate exercise will help Lacey to slim down a touch and in turn, we think she’ll make a terrific walking companion.  Don’t let her size fool you though; this girl is all lap dog! Given the chance she will make herself right at home on the couch, and is likely to steal the best spot in the house.

Lacey can be selective about the other dogs she wants to live with; she did live with another large male with no issues.  However, she hasn’t been fond of younger, high-energy dogs that get in her face and she doesn’t seem to do well with other females.  Lacey would do just fine in a home with elementary-aged kids or older. She is about seven years old.

Lacey’s adoption fee is $250 and includes spay surgery, being up to date on vaccinations and preventives, a microchip with free lifetime registration, and a free obedience class.

If you’d like a walking partner this spring, please complete an adoption application HERE.