My dog, Lucky, loves to sit on my lap.
He loves to sniff around in the corners of my house and play with me.
He even got to eat my homework for a little while this summer.
But that’s not all he’s doing.
Lucky also likes to sniff and play in my kitchen sink.
Lucky’s a very social dog.
When I put him to sleep on my bed, he sits there for hours before we get up.
And he likes to lie down with me and sit up when I go to bed.
Lucky will sit in my lap while I’m working on the computer, or if I’m reading a book.
Lucky likes to play on my couch or in my backyard with me, or he’ll play in the pool.
But I’ve also seen him sleep on a dog bed or on a couch.
I’ve had to put up with him sleeping on the couch.
Lucky is a very sweet, caring, affectionate dog.
He gets along with all of his human friends, including his owner.
Lucky has a few things going for him.
He’s very intelligent.
He is curious about people, and he loves to get to know people.
Lucky enjoys the company of other dogs and cats.
Lucky loves to run and play and explore.
Lucky was rescued from a shelter in New York City in 2017 and is now a part of the San Francisco Bay Area Animal Rescue Society.
He has a very long life ahead of him.
Lucky lives at the Humane Society of San Francisco and can be adopted here.
I was fortunate to have Lucky as a puppy.
I had to wait until Lucky was three to adopt him because he was already so socialized.
But Lucky was my favorite puppy.
When he first arrived at the shelter, I knew we were in for a special dog.
Lucky had always been a bit of a mystery, but now we were getting to know him.
So Lucky’s name means “The Man Who Knows,” and he knows everything there is to know about humans.
Lucky never once tried to hurt anyone or made any eye contact with anyone.
He always made eye contact and kept his eyes closed when he was playing.
When my dog Lucky sits in my hand, I feel like he is watching me.
Lucky can get lost or lose his way, but I know he will find his way home.
And it is always worth it to take him home, just to make sure he’s OK.
My son, Luke, and I adopted Lucky from the Humane Socie of San Diego when he started.
I know that Lucky has had a lot of ups and downs since we adopted him.
One day, Lucky’s owner left him on a bed, and Lucky tried to run away.
Lucky didn’t seem to know where to go, so we gave him a walk.
After we got to the park, Lucky was so happy that he ran back home.
Lucky did well with the other dogs that lived in the neighborhood.
Lucky and I were also happy when our son, Zach, took him on walks in our backyard.
Lucky loved to run around and jump on things.
I love to give him treats and lots of play time.
Lucky just loves being outside and has a great sense of smell.
He enjoys being around people and has never let anyone in.
I have to admit that when I brought Lucky home, I was a little disappointed.
Lucky started out at the humane society, but he didn’t have a home yet.
Lucky could be a bit shy, but at home, he’s a bit more comfortable.
I am glad that I took the time to adopt Lucky because it gave me the peace of mind that he was safe and secure in our home.
I can’t wait to see how he is doing in the new home he will soon find.
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