For a couple of years, there was hardly a week that went by that we did not have Lucky Dog puppies in our house. Sometimes there were one or two. Other times there was a large litter of rambunctious little (or not so little) ones camped out in our basement.
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A Little Bit of Luck
Rescue Tails from Lucky Dog Animal Rescue.
Our very own star of “I Love Lucy” Lucky Dog Edition made her freedom ride from an Animal Control Facility in South Carolina around 3 weeks ago. She was over weight and just stood around, not making eye contact and looking uncomfortable.
Dehydrated. Exhausted. Helpless. Puppies easily hold a special place in most people’s hearts at the best of times, but for our Lucky Dog volunteers who had arrived in Puerto Rico that weekend, it was a sight they would never forget.
Everyone at Lucky Dog Animal Rescue is so glad that we have partnered with Humane Society International (HSI) to save six severely abused and neglected dogs from a dog meat farm in Wonju, South Korea.
When someone says, Pit Bull, what’s the first image that comes to mind, a sweet, smiley dog or a scary, violent one? If it’s sweet and smiley, then I applaud you, but unfortunately it’s usually the latter.
Introducing the Lucky Cat Adoption Program
Some time ago, I was speaking with the neighbor of a family friend. She told me that her family recently added a furry friend to their home and that they were having great difficulty with the puppy.
I was told that I’m going to become a Lucky Dog today, but so far, my day has not been very lucky.
There’s never been a time when I haven’t wanted a dog. In fact, when I was six years old, I wanted to BE a dog when I grew up.
I became involved with Lucky Dog last October when I adopted Menchie, a six-month-old Puerto Rican street dog. I fell in love with his little face on the Lucky Dog website, and I knew my search was over.