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Lacey English Setter Fincastle, VA

  • Adult
  • Female
  • Medium


Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Other dogs, children.
Prefers a home without
Adoption fee

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Meet Lacey

Age: 3 years

Gender: Spayed female

Weight: 43 lbs

Color: White and orange

Breed: English Setter

Neutered/Spayed: Yes

Microchipped: Yes

Up to date on vaccines: (Rabies, Bordetella, Distemper, Lepto): Yes

Medical Conditions or Illnesses: Does your dog have any medical issues or a medical history that an adopter should know about? Tested postive for tick borne Erlichia and Anaplasma, but asymptomatic

House Trained: Yes

Good with Children: Yes, children of all ages

Has this dog been around small children? Yes

Good with Dogs: Yes; Best with dogs that will respect her need for some space with her face and head, but she gets along fine with dogs in foster home and is learning to play and engage

Good with Cats: No

Good with other animals: Unknown

Obedience Training: Will sit and wait for a treat, but does not respond to verbal commands.

Crate Trained: Yes, this is the dogs safe place; requirement in new home

Leash Trained: Not a loose leash walker, but working on it.

Fence Requirements: Requires physical fence

Hunting Requirements: NOT a hunter, can not be a hunting companion

Energy level: High Energy and Laid Back

Known Abuse in the past: No

Resource guarding issues (bed, people, toys, etc.)No. Does not resource guard, but does like a little personal space when it comes to other dogs in the home.

Aggression issues: No

Anxiety (Separation, nervous energy): Yes

Lacey loves being outdoors and having freedom to explore and hunt in a secure yard. She is learning to be in a foster home with other dogs and is beginning to initiate play with foster siblings. She enjoys being in the yard or same room with her foster siblings, but does enjoy having some personal space. Her comfort level with dogs in the foster home increases every day. Lacey has been around children and loves them. Her ideal home would include children. Lacey enjoys being in close proximity to people, so her ideal home would be with a family that works from home or is home for much of the day. Lacey does have some mild separation anxiety and will cry when left in a room by herself, but she settles very quickly and will quiet. Lacey does well in a crate. She enters willingly and will nap or sleep through the night in her crate. Lacey loves bed snuggles and watching tv on the couch with her people. Lacey is housetrained and will go to the door and quietly ask to go outside. She does not bark or whine, but she will stand and patiently wait to be let outside. She has not had any potty accidents in her foster home. One of the funniest things that Lacey does is try to climb into a lap when someone is sitting in a chair. She will put her front paws on a lap, but is looking for an invitation or lift assist to climb right up. Her foster family thinks that she is a great dog! She would be an easy one for them to adopt if they weren't already full. Someone will be lucky to adopt her.
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