Lulu Belle

Lulu at the top of the steps, laying down, wrinkles everywhere

Age: 6
Weight: 65Location: Baltimore, MDNicknames: Hulabaloo, ChonkerGood with other dogs?: NoGood with cats? She can live with a dog savvy cat. She stays away from the resident cat. Good with children? No, needs an adult-only homeActivity Preference: Moderate and thrives with inhouse activitiesIQ: SmartHer favorite things: Back scritches, opening wrapped gifts (even if they are empty boxes), car rides Lulu is good at: training (learning new things), catching treats in the air, walking on a harnessIdeal home: Quiet, adult home with few to no visitors


Lulu is the best home office co-worker! She enjoys lounging nearby during the work day and is happy to listen to you complain about your remote co-workers all you want. She would love to find a home where she can continue being a home-office regular, but she can handle being left alone for the day if you don’t mind leaving on some relaxing, meditative music. She will behave herself in the house while you’re gone, whether or not a crate is involved.

Before or after the work day, she is up for a leisure walk with lots of sniffing. Ready for some after work shenanigans? She’ll beat you at any game of “find it” as long as what you’re finding is a dog treat, and she’s a whipper snapper with figuring out new doggie puzzles. She’s up for any “adventure” requiring car travel. Even better if she can ride up front and co-pilot but she will settle for the back seat. She’s not much for your typical dog toys. They bore her. She loves bones, sniff mats, and toys that hold treats.

Are you more into lounging around? That’s cool. She’ll sit with you while you couch potato. Get some pets from you then leave you to it. Although sometimes she likes to snuggly up if you’re gonna be there for a while.

This full figure girl is pretty much a one or two person kinda dog. She likes her circle of people. No need for lots of people doting on her. She wants to like new people yet she gets anxious and over stimulated if they try to move too fast. She does better with slow introductions outside and on walks. Although she cannot live with another dog, she has not been leash reactive when seeing dogs on walks.

Lulu sitting in a deck chair Lulu on a walk looking back at the camera Lulu at the top of the steps, laying down, wrinkles everywhere

Lulu standing at the porch monitoring neighborhood activity Lulu looking up at me because I stopped scratching behind her ears Lulu striking an impressive pose from the chair at night