Monday, April 20, 2009

the pol gets warm and fuzzy


Lu Lu was on the way to be euthanized after the prior owner could not afford to properly care for her broken leg. In a last ditch effort to save her life, the nice people at the veterinary clinic were able to obtain enough donations to pay for the required surgery on the broken leg. Now, one week post surgery, Lu Lu's leg is healing nicely and she is moving around like nothing was ever broken. She has four pins and one external rod holding the bone together, all of which are set to be removed in six weeks. There will be no adoption fee- we just want to find her a good home.

- 3-4 month old black lab
- Very well behaved for her age
- Gets along with other dogs and cats
- All puppy shots and puppy veterinary exams will be provided for free
- Potential owner(s) will be interviewed

I'm hoping that my blogging fame will help this puppy find a home. Email me if you're interested!

/// ck update:

well, we got the word out to the "blogosphere" and "twittersphere" to "thousands" of people, and now Lulu has a home. But it turns out we didn't need to go further than our own blog- the Wigshop's own "Lo" has fallen for Lulu "at first bite".

7 comments:

max. said...

don't tempt me frodo!

The Modern Gal said...

That face is making me rethink my no-2nd-dog policy. I have a soft spot for doggies with broken legs.

B said...

i think you picked the right picture to get the job done.

i'm not sure how Juicy would feel about a black lab.

em said...

I wish I could take her. My apartment is the size of a postage stamp.

Wax Sophocletus said...

We just last month adopted a rescue dog and she is the sweetest most wonderful addition to our family, especially since we can't have puppies of our own. If you have the time and the resources to be a responsible owner, I highly recommend it. They are so choice.

courtney said...

Aww, she's cute. I can't get a dog right now, but I am glad to see the Wigshop being used for good rather than evil.

Summer Tannhauser said...

I'm so glad you took upon yourselves to find her a home. No matter how cute they are, so many black dogs end up getting put down in shelters. Glad to hear a happy ending!