On the Menu: In honor of Cinco De Mayo H.J. took Lucy to Qdoba for steak tacos and nachos
Notable: Lucy decided right away that she didn’t like lettuce in her soft tacos!
H.J. and Lucy enjoyed lunch on the patio. Lucy was a fan of the steak tacos and she thought the nachos with pinto beans and sour cream were lip licking good. If Jeff took too long in between bites she would let out a little bark as if to say, “don’t forget me!”
After lunch: Lucy enjoyed a walk on the greenbelt. It was a warm day and she was happy to jump right in the river for a drink. Her favorite part of the walk was all the shaded grass. Whenever Lucy got the opportunity she would lie down in the grass and roll around with such enthusiasm. Upon returning to the shelter H.J. let Lucy run off leash in the fenced grass yard. This girl loves her squeaky toys and in her mind there is nothing better than running zoomies in the grass with a toy in your mouth!
More about Lucy from the Idaho Humane Society:
Lucy is a 4 year old petite Pit bull mix. Lucy is a special dog with 3 legs, but this does not limit her at all–she has adapted to it with no problem! She is an easy going girl with a silly personality. She loves people, in fact she’ll climb right in your lap for cuddle time. She enjoys going for short walks and playing with her toys in the backyard where she can run around and sit in the sun. She is very fond of her toys especially the ones that squeak and she loves a game of fetch or chase. She needs a family willing to work on her basic training skills as she still has some learning left to do. Lucy needs to be the only pet in the home since she does not get along with other dogs or cats. In her foster home she has done wonderfully well with children and loves to give kisses and be petted. Lucy is an exceptional dog and has had a rough life so far. Now she is looking for her forever home where she will be loved and spoiled. Lucy is located at the Idaho Humane Society Enhanced Adoption Center located inside Petsmart on Milwaukee. Lucy was brought to the shelter as a stray with injuries. A good Samaritan stopped to help her after she was hit by a car. IHS Doctors worked to save her leg but ultimately it had to be amputated.