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September 2014 I attended an adoption event with the hopes of walking awaywith my new best friend. After 2 hours of meeting and greeting dozens ofwonderful pups, I still hadn't met my match. But as I was leaving, I was
Dear Lucky Dog Rescue,
Dear Lucky Dog,
Jordan (Jordie) was a bounce-around rescue pup. According to the adoption papers, I was Jordie's third family in 2 years.
Our Australian Shepard mix, "Sophie" passed away in 2010.
It’s been a year since we adopted Cheech into our lives.  When we received her from the transport team she was a fuzzy puppy from the streets of Puerto Rico that was timid and unsure.  It took a while, but she has blossomed into one huuuuuuge personality.  She is a big talker with high energy, in
We are close to the end of our second year with our sweet Finley (fka Henrietta) and we couldn't be happier with our rescue pup.  She's been a positive, loving addition to our family and we couldn't be more thrilled to have her.  She's still very much a chewer (this part we hope she outgrows at s
Buddy, came back to Lucky Dog after being adopted out because he tore his cruciate ligament (human equivalent: ACL) when he slipped on ice.  This is when we found him, broken or not, and we had to have him.  Due to his severe under bite, we found it fitting to rename him Bucky because of his buck
We have had Paisley for a year and a half now but we feel like she's been a part of the family for much longer than that.
Slater, as in the world's #1 surfer Kelly Slater, (fka Marx) has adapted well to our home. He is beyond a sweet boy, and he has been trying to bond with our other guy, Finley. 

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