Lucy is a female German Shepherd, Siberian Husky, Alaskan Malamute mix. She was born in the summer of 2015. She is a rescue dog; she came to my family by way of an adoption event at a local pet store. She was brought to Washington by a local rescue organization from a high-kill shelter in Texas. I adopted her in winter of 2017. Her sister, and littermate, is Molly.
Lucy is my heart dog. She is feisty, spunky, loving, and beautiful. She is also silly, coy, and squishable. Lucy isn’t always in to receiving pets but when she is she really loves smacks on her rump while she rubs herself back and forth on a bed or couch. She does gentle air snaps and big tail wags for this kind of love.
Lucy isn’t usually a snuggler but she loves being nearby her favorite human all the time. She’s not quite a velcro dog, but she does just enough repositioning to keep me in her view that I know what I observe is not random chance or wishful thinking. She’s adorable when she flops in the middle of all the pillows and puts her head down with a happy sigh.
Lucy can be found on Instagram with her sister, Molly, at @theshepherdsisters.