Lucy was found in the woods on the mainland of Greece. Her rescuer was on a mini-vacation with her husband and another couple. While walking through the forest this little dog ran up to her, begging to be saved. The people she was with would not let her take Lucy (then named Cinnamon) in their car so she had to leave her. She could not get this starving little sweet creature out of her mind. She woke her husband in the middle of the night and said, “We have to go back to get that dog.” They did go back and Lucy ran up to her again. Her rescuer found a vet in the area that would board her while they were there and then took her back to their home in Athens where she received her full vet care. The rescuer reached out for help and connected with ABR. Lucy was brought to the U.S. in early 2017 as part of ABR’s first rescue trip to Greece.
Lucy has found her forever home and her new family has named her Lucy because she’s a red head just like Lucile Ball in the show I Love Lucy and she’s a little goofy like her too! Her family says she is doing well. Lucy adores their yard and they were learning the balance of them training her vs. her training them (she’s very sneaky and has figured out exactly what to do to earn treats when she desires them!!) Lucy also enjoys sitting on their outdoor swing with them and at times insists that they sit there with her while she watches over the yard!! It sounds like Lucy is doing well at training her family!!!