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Categories: Pet Adoption
Lucky looks like one of his parents was a Red Heeler, Australian Cattle Dog. He sure has that Bentley Mark on his forehead as well as that gorgeous red ticking that we call his Polka-Dotted nose & shoulders. Lucky has also been known to bark with a cute accent that his pen mate swears is Keith Urban singing. Speaking of cute, there’s Lucky’s tail…you see, something happened to the rest of it. He came to us with only ¾’s of a tail, which only adds to his charm – it’s his badge of honor – one that we’re sure he earned honestly, just like Harrison Ford’s.
Do you have kids looking for a playmate, a dog who needs someone to romp with, Lucky's gentle nature and soft demeanor make him an ideal pup for a young family to grow up with. How about you “empty-nesters" looking to fill a void. Lucky is a love seeking missile just waiting to snuggle. Come on down & meet Lucky and make that name come true!!
The Humane Society and Adoption Center of Rockport/Fulton
1308 Myrtle St
Categories: Pet Adoption
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