• Breed: Kelpie X
  • Age: 18 mths
  • Sex: Female
  • Number: 19002
  • Adoption Fee: $350
  • Size: Medium
  • Suburb in care: Raymond terrace
  • Size in KGs: 14-20kg
  • Preferred living arrangements: Indoor/Outdoor
  • Recommended fencing?: 1.8m
  • Good with kids?: Yes
  • Suitable as an only dog?: Yes
  • Good with other dogs?: Yes
  • Good with cats?: Unknown
  • Good with pocket pets?:  Unknown
  • Good with birds?: Unknown
  • Activity Level?: Medium
  • Current level of training?: Basic commands Established
  • House trained?: Yes
  • Lead Trained?: Yes
  • Level of grooming required?: Low


All about me and my unique personality: 

Lucy has shocked her foster carer with how beautiful she is, we’re not sure why she ended up in the pound, however she truly deserves a perfect home as she is a wonderful pooch.

She is currently living with 3 other pack members (two maltese and a staffy) and happily playing and sharing toys and bones.

Lucy is shy with humans at first, however after about ten minutes you’ll be hard pressed to get her off your lap! She is fully house trained and is a very quick learner! Lucy loves to please her humans and her foster carer would ideally like to see her to go a home that can continue her basic training.

My ideal home: 

Lucy has shown no signs of being anything other than a lap dog that just wants to be around you. She does love to get out and go on walks and is beautiful on the leash, always stopping to check you are still with her. She is great in the car and settles right away, so she can come on those weekend camping trips! Her ideal home would be one where she is apart of the family.

**Warning, her big brown eyes will suck you right in and you will fall in love instantly

Lucy Loo has been on some camping trips with her foster family and other dogs and she was beautiful off leash and good with recall.

What is known about my background: 

Lucy loo has had a rough start to life and she was very scared when she came out of the pound. However she has come right out of her shell and absolutely loves being apart of the family now.

 How do I interact with kids, dogs, cat and other pets?:

Lucy Loo is a shy girl and a patient family is needed. She takes about 10 minutes to warm up to new people or animals and then she is her beautiful self! She is great with other dogs and kids once she realises how fun they are!