HOMEWARD BOUND - ADOPTED - now living happily in Lincoln, NE!
Lacy’s story is one for the books. She was abandoned in a rural area of Nebraska where she ran afraid of people for a year or more. She was known to have had one litter of puppies in a field. Not all of those puppies survived. When she was close to giving birth again, she went into a dog house that belonged the to the resident male Labrador at a farm house. The kind family there quickly built a fence around the dog house and called HUA. John was able to safely move six newborn babies and Lacy from the house, and they were transported to the HUA nursery where Julie took over their care. On their first night there, Lacy had a massive seizure, and Julie had to rush her to Urgent Pet Care in Papillion. It was tough going for Lacy to nurse her pups with continued seizures and medicine she dared not to be given, but all the babies flourished and have been adopted. Lacy has made some good progress from being very skittish around people. Her seizures are controlled with medicine, and she has become very loving with people that she knows.