Lily is the last of our Turkey dogs!!! Her foster family says she is just a doll… click on her to see what else they have to say!
Lilly is just a doll… she gets along very well with other dogs. My Millie has been showing her the ropes of our back yard. Lily wasn’t quite housebroken when she came to me, but is now 99% there, thanks to Millie. She and my 2 cats have finally come to a healthy understanding of each other… She will sometimes try to chase them, but isn’t fast enough to catch them!
Lily always has to have a tennis ball, or a soft stuffed toy in her mouth. She has a cute habit of looking at it, growling, and then grabbing it. It’s like she’s telling it to stay right there so she can nab it! (could that be any cuter?)
She has a great appetite, doesn’t beg for people food, and enjoys soft treats.
She also walks very well on a leash. Because of her back leg issue, she can’t walk too much.(see the aside in the last paragraph).
She needs a house without a lot of steps and not too much slick flooring. A soft bed and a place next to you while watching TV makes her the happiest.
A home with an above ground fence would be nice, no electric fences for Ms Lilly please. I don’t know how she is with children, but I can’t imagine any problems as she’s soooo laid back.
She has a lovely little bark, not too loud, and she only uses her voice to let you know she may need a little help getting up. She does join my Millie when she’s barking at another dog outside, but she’s easily distracted to stop.
Whoever adopts Lilly will have hit the jackpot of sweetness!!!!
As an aside, Lily is going to Metropolitan in a week to see Dr. Graeler about her back leg. We think she may have an old injury and he will tell us if he can fix it. Right now, she is on an anti inflammatory that is helping.
Lily also has to be on thyroid pills twice a day for the rest of her life, but she takes them happily with some turkey wrapped around them! 🙂
Lily’s adoption fee is 650.00