*** Lucky is now RESERVED. We are no longer accepting applications for Lucky, thank you ***

Lucky is a very good girl at home when she has company – she quickly learns where her bed or space is and she’s happy to settle there but she’s nosey and also has a fear of being left out, so she will jump up and follow family members around from room to room.

Lucky is most comfortable when her humans are with her. She can be vocal when left on her own and she can open doors to try to find her family. At night time, Lucky would like to sleep in the bedroom or landing but she knows that she isn’t allowed to get onto beds, and she will settle on her own bed on the floor. We will only consider homes with owners who will commit to working with Lucky’s separation anxiety issues.

Some toilet training will be beneficial with Lucky because whilst she’s good during the day, she does have little accidents over night.

Lucky loves playing games with her toys, especially playing fetch with balls, or a tuggy game. She’s an affectionate girl and in her quieter times, loves a good cuddle and fuss.  Lucky already knows how to sit and lie down, and she has lots of potential to learn more skills.

We’re looking for an experienced owner for Lucky because she’s very focused on other dogs when out on walks – she’s a strong girl and will pull towards other dogs, often barking at them. We can give advice on how to help Lucky feel more relaxed when walking near other dogs but this will require commitment and patience.

Lucky has previously lived with children – Lucky can be a little boisterous sometimes but we will consider applications from families with older children, to avoid any bumps and tumbles.


Lucky needs a pet-free home.

If you feel that you can offer Lucky the home that she deserves, she has the potential to make a wonderful companion with the right training and guidance.


To adopt Lucky, please complete our adoption application form. We welcome applications from across Lancashire but unfortunately we are unable to consider applications from further afield. Homeless Hounds cannot rehome dogs to families with children under the age of 5. Home check and adoption donation applies. Thank you