Lucy and Romeo's Photo Album

About Lucy and Romeo

  • Lucy (Pembroke Welsh Corgi) 7 years, 1 month old in St. Paul, MN
  • Romeo (Basset Hound & Rottweiler) 3 years, 9 months old in St. Paul, MN


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About Lucy

Lucy is a fun-loving, energetic, petite girl. She loves going for walks, going to the dog park, and has yet to meet a person or animal she doesn’t like. We have had her since she was 7 weeks old and she has successfully completed 8 weeks of puppy kindergarten, 10 weeks of beginner obedience, and 10 weeks of intermediate obedience classes. We hope to enroll her in therapy dog courses in the near future.

  • Sex: Female
  • Age: 7 years, 1 month old
  • Weight: 23 lbs
  • Breed: Pembroke Welsh Corgi
  • Tracking Chip: Yes
  • Spayed: Yes
  • House Trained: Yes
    Lucy is house and crate-trained. She sleeps in her kennel at night and when we leave the house.
  • Gets along with children: Yes
    Lucy is extremely gentle around children, particularly babies. She is very affectionate and will try to lick hands, faces, etc.
  • Gets along with other dogs: Yes
  • Gets along with cats: No
    Lucy LOVES kitties, but she does not understand that they do not always love her in return. Also, because she is a herding breed she likes to try to herd cats. We do have two cats in our house that have learned to avoid her.

About Romeo

We adopted Romeo from the Humane Society. He is incredibly gentle, affectionate, and playful. He loves chewing on raw hides, playing with other dogs, and cuddling up on the couch. He also loves to eat, but is learning boundaries quickly and is eager to please.

  • Sex: Male
  • Age: 3 years, 9 months old
  • Weight: 45 lbs
  • Breed: Basset Hound & Rottweiler
  • Tracking Chip: Yes
  • Neutered: Yes
  • House Trained: Yes
  • Gets along with children: Yes
  • Gets along with other dogs: Yes
  • Gets along with cats: Yes
    He is very curious about our cats and isn’t great about recognizing when they want space. He doesn’t chase them, but he tries to lick them or sniff them and they’re not excited about that.