Welcome to the Official Registry for the Blue Lacy Dog Breed!
In alliance with the Texas Lacy Game Dog Association
The Lacy Game Dog Registry™ (LGDR) is committed to maintaining and preserving this unique and historic breed called the “Blue Lacy” or “Lacy” for short. All dogs and/or litters are open for registry, if their lineage has been documented by the LGDR and are within all guidelines set forth. The LGDR and its records are maintained by Marlo Riley, a direct descendant of the Lacy brothers who developed the breed in the mid 1800s.
This site is designed to provide information about the Blue Lacy.
If you are fortunate enough to already own a Lacy, please still take the time to browse around.
For those who are considering getting a Lacy, research as much as you can about the breed; this site is a good place to start. And please review your situation and the Lacy’s characteristics to see if this breed is a good match for you. It’s always best to make sure your lifestyle and facilities are ready for such a long-term commitment. It is not uncommon for Lacys to reach 16-20 years old, requiring training, safe housing, preventive & medical care, high-quality food, and lots of exercise and attention.
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