Lucy is 2 years old, weighs about 65lbs, and absolutely LOVES life. She is incredibly sweet, loves children and people of all ages and other dogs (including puppies!) and is fostering in Orlando, FL. She has never been aggressive toward a feline friend, but she doesn’t have much exposure to them.

She is crate trained, and spends her day at home in
the crate while her people are away at work. She is house trained and does best with a regular feeding and potty schedule. She is not ready to be left alone at home without being crated, as she may have an accident without your guidance or eat something she shouldn’t. She eats well, and has been on Purina Pro Plan chicken and rice shredded blends. She
has had one major surgery aside from being spayed when she ate a styrofoam ball while with her previous family. The ball was surgically removed. The post-operative antibiotics threw her normal gut flora off, so she was on a hypoallergenic food for about 6-8 weeks following to get everything straightened out.

Lucy is leash trained and knows many basic commands such as “sit”, “down”, “stay”, and “come.” She comes with a training manual from her board-and-train facility that she graduated
from. She loves to play with my German Shepherd puppy and enjoys walks in the woods and anywhere you’d like to take her! Sprinting is probably
her favorite activity, second only to eating. She can be head shy and gets nervous when cars go by, but she’s honestly been the best foster dog I’ve ever had.

Lucy would do really well in a home with other dogs or as an only “fur child.” She would do fine in a family with children, as long as toys and objects were picked up off the floor. She allows me to
clean her ears, trim her nails, draw blood samples, and give vaccines with no restraint at all. She is a medium to low energy dog and doesn’t require a LOT of exercise, aside from a little play time each day. She would love to be your new cuddle buddy. 🙂

If you are interested in adopting, please submit an adoption application at so we can see if he/she would be a good fit for you and your family. It is our policy at American Bulldog Rescue not to place the same gender dogs in a home. Adoptions are most successful and harmonious with opposite genders.

Please also note: No one will be considered without first submitting an adoption application. Our dogs are in homes and only approved adopters can meet them. Once approved, you can meet any dog you like that would be a good fit for you/your family.

PLEASE READ: Adopters will not be considered
without completing an application. Please visit to apply! Remember – Adoption is always the best option! If you can’t help by adopting a homeless pet, please
consider making a tax-deductible donation to American Bulldog Rescue, 4 Terry Drive, Suite 1D Newtown, PA 18940 or paypal We cannot place dogs in homes with children under 10 unless that dog has lived with kids or is in a foster home with kids. Thank you.