Augusta, GA

Greyhounds available in the Augusta GA Area.
Lee Peg Goodluck
Racing Name:
Lee Peg Goodluck
Pet/Kennel Name:
Lucky (Gimpy)
Black Female
Cat Tolerance:
Small Dog Tolerance:
Good w/ Children:
Older Children Only
Fostered by (location):
Wilder-Maxwell Ridgeland SC
Adoption Status: In Process to the Wilder-Maxwell family of Ridgeland SC

Gimpy came in with her two sisters Lee Peg Creator and Lee Peg Mator from the King Kennel at the Sanford Orlando Race Track in Florida. Gimpy never actually had an official race at the track due to an old injury to her right front foot. It looks like she may have been stepped on by another dog or maybe she kicked something while running and damaged several toes as a puppy which gave her her name.  One toe had been partially amputated by a vet at some point, but because she was a pup, the bone continued to grow and was causing some pain. Our vet amputated more of the worst toe on June 13th and she is healed up and ready to go home now. She does still hold up the foot when standing and limps some and is likely to always do that. It really doesn't slow her down though. She loves to run and play and doesn't worry too much about her foot. She loves going for walks and gets so excited to see the leash.  After we took care of her toe we changed her name to Lucky which was more fitting for her. Lucky is full of energy and is a real love to everyone who meets her. Whoever meets this happy little girly is going to fall madly in love! So much happiness and personality in this one. Lucky's sire is the famous Trent Lee and her dam is Dakota's Peggey. She is a tiny girl who weighed just 56lbs at the vet. Lucky is young and turned 2 on April 4th. She passed her cat and small dog tests at the track. She was fostered with a cat in her first foster home and did fine with it. Lucky doesn't seem to be stressed by much and was roaching (Sleeping on her back with her feet in the air which is the sign of a relaxed happy greyhound). Lucky is doing great on hardwood floors. She gets excited and jumps on people sometimes, so it is a good thing she is a tiny girl. She doesn't always like to be bothered while lying down, so needs to be placed in a family with older kids capable of understand the saying "let a sleeping dog lie" or with no kids.  She is friendly and goes right up to everyone for attention and seems like she is going to be a very loving pet and companion. This is the cutest little girl! 

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Added: June 7, 2019


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