LUCY

Lucy is back at PAWS again looking for her forever home. She is a very special and sweet girl who just needs the right property to call home.

About 3 years ago, Lucy ended up at PAWS after being brought in by visitors who saw her laying in the road on Kebler Pass. She was not feeling well and obviously not in the mood to work. (She belonged to one of the ranchers in the area). The rancher agreed to let PAWS take her in and we got her the surgery she needed to feel 100% again! She was adopted by a wonderful couple and had 2+ wonderful years with them. But, they noticed that she was not happy with the limited room she had to roam. It is in Lucy's DNA to need space and her freedom, even though she LOVES people and also requires attention. This fall, another family in our area fostered her and let her roam their large property. But, Lucy started to wander too far since they did not have a fence enclosing their entire property. Given that it's mid-winter, her current family was not able to install one for her.

While Lucy loves to explore and needs her independence, she's also laid back and craves human affection. She is a gentle giant who is wonderful with people, children, and even cats! With all of the transitions she's had so far in her life, all she wants now is to find a permanent, loving, happy home. Everyone who has met Lucy has fallen in love with her unique personality and beautiful soul.

Lucy will require a home with at least 1 secure, fenced in acre to roam. (The more fenced in property the better). She doesn't mind the cold and likes to wander year-round chasing sunbeams. This is what makes her happiest and healthiest. She must be leashed when taken off property, but does love long hikes and summer dips in the cool lakes. While PAWS is giving her a secure home right now, this is not the best situation for such an adventurous, curious dog, and we would like to place her ASAP. If you would like to meet Lucy or to learn more about her, please call PAWS at (970) 209-3656.

 

Rosie

Rosie is a young Pit Bull who was found starving near Crawford a few months ago. She has made a great recovery in a foster situation. However, she and a cat are struggling to get along, so she is in need of a better situation. She is a an active dog (has been nordic and bc skiing with and does quite well) and would do well in a situation where she is the only pet, or at least has a strong alpha human to help her navigate a world with other pets.

Rosie is really a gem. She is super smart, sweet and a fast learner, but needs someone to help her through her trauma around scarcity and insecurity. She will overcome her issues easily, in the right home.

For more information about Rosie, Click Here for Rosie’s Blog, or contact Danika at (303) 503-9070.