Quick Bio

Age: Young (1-3 years old)
Gender: Female
Breed: Beagle
Size: Medium (7-20kg)
Colour: Black, White & Orange
  • Good with dogs
  • House trained
  • Walks well on leash
Adoption Status: Adopted

*Update January 27th*
Lucky Lucy has found her forever home. Her mum and dad can't imagine life without her and are already planning future adventures once she is able to walk again. Congratulations Lucy!
*Update 30th December*
Lucy is doing great in her home and is coping with the heartworm treatment well. From what I have heard from her foster mom every day she is stealing more of their hearts and making it hard to imagine life without her. I am so proud of all the progress that she has made already and it is clear that she has bonded with her new parents, especially her dad who she adores. Fingers crossed that this post will be updated to adopted soon.
**Update December 11th**
My girls and I went on a lovely walk with Lucy and her foster mom last night. Lucy has pulled out all the stops and seems to have wowed her foster parents enormously! Her foster parents are both very in love with this special girl. They still have the heartworm treatment to undergo but I am quietly confident that she won't be coming back and they say that they can't imagine life with out her .

*Update December 6th*
Lucy is doing fantastically in her foster home. She starts heartworm treatment next week and we are quietly confident that this little girl is set on making herself a permanent feature in their home.

Lucy is a beautiful beagle that came in from the pound in the beginning of November. As all dogs are she was a little nervous when she first came, but she bounced right back and was ready for her walks the following weekend. Then her true colours came out. She is a typical beagle who loves life and has a cheerful skip in her step. She was eager to get out and enjoyed showering the visitors with kisses. She won over a volunteer so much that the woman came back the following week with her husband and took Lucy home. I have gone on a few walks with her and she is very inquisitive, she likes to know what is going on. She is a little bit of a dominant dog with other dogs so does need some correction (which I know her foster mom is working on).

Lucy is heartworm positive so she will be staying with this lovely couple to receive her treatment. Hopefully at the end of it Lucy will have become a forever member of their family.
Some words from her foster mom about this lovely little girl.

"I met Lucy on November, 10th. I was told she just arrived to BAPS a week ago. I liked her from the first sight, and I was charmed completely when we walked together. Honestly, it was the first beagle I met, so I didn’t know much about them. But I found her sniffing all around, singing and honey color eyes absolutely adorable. Long story short, after I met her I knew I have to take her home. The only difficulty was my I-never-take-a-dog husband. So I showed him her picture and took him to BAPS (which he liked, to my surprise) and he agreed to take her.

I don’t know if it’s human’s fantasy or true but Lucy seemed to understand she was going home, cause she was calm all the way and while we washed her. I think she is a city girl, cause she’s used to car. She was house trained – she knows what to do with a pee pad, she understands ‘no’ and ‘sit’… and she was beaten (I don’t know at home or while she was in the street). If I scold at her she is afraid that I may punch her, so I just start to cry from pity on her. Once I was putting on my boots using a shoehorn and found Lucy crouched with closed eyes waiting for attack.

Nevertheless, she is very friendly to all people and dogs, very curious about everything and still always searching for food. She’s very happy to be in our company and very unhappy when we have to separate her from us for some time. Lucy likes to sleep on our laps, I guess she feels safe that way. Sometimes she is too excited about playing with me, but I think it’s just because only a week passed. It’s been only a week but and a heartwarm cure process is ahead but Lucy already became a part of our family and we hope that everything will go well and we’ll take her forever. As for my husband, he is absolutely charmed by Lucy who uses him already.

Medical history:
Up to date on vaccinations.
Not yet spayed.
Heartworm positive!

Lucy is a BAPS dog, which means anyone interested in fostering or adopting her will need to complete the adoption application ( and volunteer two Sundays in a row (from 11-3) at our shelter. For an adoption, one must complete a month long trial to make sure you and the dog are a good fit! You can visit the shelter page for more information!

*BAPS also has a sponsorship program. Anyone interested can give 200,000 won for a dog to have their full health check, be neutered or spayed, and get any necessary dental work. If you are interested in sponsoring Lucy or one of her friends, please let us know!

Adoption Fee: ₩100,000
Location: Gimhae - 김해
Living Situation: In foster care