Lola is active and would do well with continued obedience training to help build her confidence and bond her better with her new family. She is a smart girl and would do best with older children or in an adult-only home. She absolutely loves the children in her foster home and she can't wait for "her kids' to come downstairs each morning so they can go out and jump on the trampoline together!
Lola has a health issue, specifically IDS (similar to Irritable Bowel in humans) so she has to eat a specific food that has agrees with her. She is doing great on this food, but it does cost a little more.
To learn more about Lucky Pup Rescue, please visit our website: www.luckypuprescue.org. If you have interest in any of our dogs, please fill out the application and we'll work with you to find a great match for your family: http://www.luckypuprescue.org/#!adoption-application/c1aw8.
Please note, we do not have a physical facility where our dogs are housed, they are cared for in our network of wonderful foster homes throughout New England. If you find a dog you would like to meet, our expectation is that, once approved, you will travel to meet the dog in the foster setting where they are feeling safe and loved.
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