Our Success Stories
Lacy was also
surrendered to Boxer Rescue because her owner encountered hard times.
He was evicted from his apartment and didn't want Lacy to go to the shelter.
Through spending time in her foster home, we discovered that she was a
A wonderful couple
from Omaha fell in love with her, and when Lacy met them, she was all
over them too with hugs and kisses. Lacy looks forward to a life of jogging
in the morning and frequent camping trips. At our last update from Lacy's
new home, it was stated that Lacy was doing great! She is adjusting well.
They live next to the air force base and the planes fly so low that Lacy
tried to chase one down the other day!
Thanks to all
who helped find Lacy this perfect home!
as of August 2003:
Everything is grand! All Lacy's little quirks are becoming apparent which
just makes her more a part of the family than ever. She just loves the
water and splashes ever chance she gets. Mud puddles have now become her
passion. When ever she sees one she lies down in it instantly. Usually
she stands up covered in mud from her chest to her tail. We are so thankful
to have her, she has brought many laughs to our home and lots of love.
She has never met another dog she didn't like. Recently, we have had some
frogs around our apartment that she will chase. She scratches the pavement
behind them to make them jump and then when they land she pins them to
the concrete with her nose and then slobbers all over them. She has yet
to eat one or bite one so feel assured no animals where hurt in the chase.