Pup and Circumstance: Lucy Is Ready for a Home

October 30, 2014

The ASPCA Behavioral Rehabilitation Center in Madison, New Jersey, is the first and only facility dedicated to providing behavioral rehabilitation for fearful, undersocialized dogs,  such as those confiscated from puppy mills and hoarding situations. In our regular “Pup and Circumstance” column, we introduce the Rehab Center’s latest graduates in hopes of finding each one the loving forever home they deserve.

Break out the cap and gown, another amazing dog just graduated from the ASPCA Behavioral Rehabilitation Center! Today’s canine alumna is Lucy, a blue brindle Cane Corso who is eager and ready to find a family of her very own.

Life for Lucy hasn’t always been easy. This special girl was found as a stray in Pennsylvania and had all the physical signs of having been used as a breeding dog. At the Rehab Center, Lucy underwent an intensive program to tackle her anxiety—and her true, incredibly sweet personality quickly began to shine. She was placed in a foster home, where she loves to snuggle and play the day away.

Lucy is now looking for a permanent home with gentle, loving adopters. . Ideally, she’ll join a family that already has another confident, playful dog. She lived with a cat in her foster home, so feline companions are okay, too!

Lucy is sure to make some lucky adopter very happy. If you are interested in bringing this sweet girl home, please contact the ASPCA Behavioral Rehabilitation Center directly via email at [email protected] or call 973-377-5609.

Pup and Circumstance: Lucy Is Ready for a Home