Lola is a very sweet girl who loves getting out for walks in the park and going to class. She is attending basic obedience and socialization classes. We do recommend that foster/adopter(s) continue to take her to these classes, where she'll continue to refine her other-dog skills. With on-leash practice sessions, we anticipate Lola will develop the confidence to meet and greet new dogs in a friendly versus reactive way. She can attend classes for as long as she needs and at no cost.
Lola is is young and energetic, which means exercise and training are key. She is looking for a home who will fulfill both needs for her. She is currently in a very full foster home and not getting quite enough of either. Mostly, Lola is looking for a great human companion who can give her time and attention, plus lots of love.
Age: 1 y/o
Weight: 55 pounds
Temperament: Gets along with older kids, cats and similar-sized dogs who are playful, but submissive
Training: Housetrained, crate-trained and attending obedience/socialization class (free to foster/adopter!)
Vetting: Spay/neutered, up-to-date on vaccines, and heartworm negative
This adoptable is not a Doggie Harmony animal, but a courtesy listing on behalf of the kind person who rescued and cares for this animal until it can find a forever home. There will be a fee to reimburse for the cost of its vetting/care; it will vary by rescuer/animal. Additionally, this rescuer will ask you to complete an application and allow a home visit to ensure pet is a good fit for your home/lifestyle. If you would like to proceed with the application, please click Adoption Application now.
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