Lucy’s Story

Lucy doing dishes.
Here I am hard at work doing dishes.

I was born in Corona, California and found myself at the Chihuahua Gardens among a herd of other Chi puppies. Then my daddy came, looked over the herd and decided I was the one for him. So off I went in a cardboard box to Redondo Beach.

It was after much careful research that my daddy found me. He checked many websites regularly for Chihuahua breeders. He contacted Chihuahua rescues, dog pounds, and friends. I came from a Chihuahua breeder’s neighbor, who’s Chihuahua had puppies. While being very cute and friendly, I have no official AKC papers. I was quite the bargain for my daddies.

I don’t miss my biological family because my life is so full taking care of my two daddies. They take lots of supervision. Plus I must constantly play ball with them in order to keep them from being bored. If you don’t tire them out, they don’t sleep well.

2 thoughts on “Lucy’s Story”

  1. Hi Lucy!! I’m Carmelo, a chihuahua, and I look like you, but just a carmel color! My mommy and i were looking through Google to find the best time for me to eat, when we stubled upon your page. It looks great by the way! Anyways i just wanted to tell you your story is great, we have similar before stories,. Also thank you for the tips on how my mommy can raise me best!

  2. Hi Carmelo. Glad you like my little site. I’m going to add lots of fun and interesting stuff this new year. Our parents need lots of help in raising us properly. It is our job to give them that help.

    I’m fed twice a day. Breakfast is around 8 am daily and dinner is around 6:30 pm. I usually have a healthy treat at lunchtime and occasionally parts of daddy’s lunch falls on the floor. I also get a few snacks after dinner. I’m always on the alert for food dropped on the floor.

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