Last Updated: June 10, 2012
Here is Lucy's story, in the words of her rescuer:
"Lucy's mom, a widow, had a stroke and was not expected to recover. Her children came to her home and decided all of the dogs (three) should go to the pound. The shelter called us and we took Lucy. Lucy had not been well taken care of by her 84 year old owner in the past year. Lucy's teeth were terrible. She was in dire need of not only a dental but nails cut and a grooming. She also had a UTI and was on medication for arthritis.
"Lucy has improved remarkably since her dental. Two teeth were infected and after having them removed, she turned into a bright happy girl. She likes the other Corgis in her foster home and has settled into her routine."
CorgiAid supporters are helping Lucy Too get up to speed on her health care, including a clean and healthy mouth. Thank you!
Lucy was rescued in Missouri.