Lucky took the initiative in finding a new owner


Posted on July 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

A well-timed move by an orphan Tibetan Terrier which saw him seeking out a new owner has given him a home for life. Lucky the terrier first arrived at Broughton Hall care home in Wrexham with resident George Reeves. Very quickly Lucky made himself at home in a basket under the desk of Broughton Hall home manager and animal lover, Gary Dodd. Some time later, when George sadly passed away, staff at Broughton Hall were wondering what to do with Lucky when a very bizarre incident occurred. “I had the weekend off and was planning a trip out with my partner and our own dog called Teddy Bear.,” said Mr Dodd. “We were just about to set off when I thought Lucky would quite like to come and we decided to pop over to Broughton Hall to pick him up on the way. “As I opened the front door of my house, who should be sitting outside but Lucky. I couldn’t believe my eyes. He’d never even been to the house before. I really was surprised but made up my mind there and then to adopt Lucky. I suppose you could say he a





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