Hi, I’m Lizzy and I’m a bundle of energy and joy! I love every person and dog I meet and am so excited to meet anyone new. I look like a Weimaraner, but my coat is not the normal gray and I have a full tail. The vet thinks I am less than a year old and probably a Weim/Lab mix. I hear I am having a DNA test performed so we know exactly what I am mixed with. My foster parents say I’m beautiful! I am around 45 lbs, up to date on my vaccinations, and spayed. I was found as a stray when I wondered into someone's yard in southern Kentucky. I am very much enjoying living indoors with my foster home now. There are three other dogs here that I love to play with too. I have much more energy than they do though so when they get tired or grumpy they let me know and I back off right away. I really love when my dog friend Luna comes over. She is about the same size as me and has just as much energy as I do. My foster parents say we are a blur running around the fenced in yard. Speaking of fences, I gave my foster parents a scare after my foster Dad brought me home. We were in the back yard when my foster Mom came home and I was so excited that I jumped right over the fence to meet her in the driveway. I did not run off though. I just wanted to meet her. We haven’t had a repeat of that but to be safe my foster parents put me on a tie-out when I can’t be supervised. For some reason they don’t think I should be going out to meet the neighbors without them. I don’t mind though. I run and play all the same and they give me plenty of supervised off-lead play time. Although they are being very cautious, my foster parents don’t think I will try to jump the fence when the other dogs are around because I always want to be with them. After burning off some energy running in the yard and hanging out in the pool I love, I like to cuddle with my foster parents. I am very affectionate and love getting attention from everybody. I am very food motivated. When my foster parents aren’t watching I sometimes go hunting for food on counters and tables. I am still a little bit in a chewing phase but as long as there are toys or antler chews (my favorite) around I will chew on them. I have occasionally stole a slipper or 2, and my foster parents have to keep the leashes up out of reach because for some reason I really like to chew them to pieces. I am still working on housebreaking, but I haven’t had many accidents. As long as I can get outside I prefer to go out there. If the door is closed I will go to the door when I need out, but I don’t know to make noise to tell anyone yet. I think I heard they were going to try a bell on the door and teach me to ring it. I haven’t been around cats, so we don’t know for sure how I would react to them, but we haven’t seen anything to make us think I would be mean to them. My foster parents say that I am a very happy and sweet little girl and I will make a great member of some lucky family. Is that family you? Please complete an adoption application at louisvilleweimrescue.com and one of the LWR volunteers will be in touch. See you soon! Oh also, in the picture with 2 dogs, I am the one lying on my back.