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My name is Lola!

Jack Russell Terrier/Boxer Mix Dog for adoption in Madison, Wisconsin - Lola
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Midwest Area Pit Stop

Facts about Lola

  • Breed: Jack Russell Terrier/Boxer Mix
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn - With White
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
L-O-L-A !

Female Jack Russell (Parson Russell Terrier)/Black Russian Terrier/Boxer/Bull Terrier mix (Breeds confirmed with the Wisdom Panel Mixed Breed DNA Test)

Peaceful, Centered, Loving, That's Lola

Lola is not a drama queen, just the basics, easy does it, lets hang out. Lola wants only to add to your day. She will be a great companion for someone! Lola could easily spend the entire day at your side but she understands life and will spend quite time alone if that fits your schedule. Lola will wait for her quality time a bit later. Because she is a lady she that crates beautifully and is not known to chew up your house or make a mess.

Let Lola's expressive eyes follow you through your day. If you glance back into those eyes, note the sparkle and excitement that Lola has just because you have let her share your day. Lola will help you remember the simple pleasures in life so many of us have raced by. Lola likes to literally lean on you to let you know how much she appreciates being near. She is taller than most and athletically built. Lola would be a great running partner and like most dogs does best with daily exercise. Lola also enjoys walks and play time but isn't demanding. Lola is a combination of intelligence, grace and beauty with a loving personality.

No fuss, no mess, just a loving lady. Are you ready to share your life with Lola?

The Adoption process is designed to help best place dogs with homes that are in the best interest of the dogs and their human companions. Not placing meaningful dogs best interest criteria on adopters for any dog can too easily put the dog in charge of the direction of the relationship and it is irresponsible for the dog, the family, and society. The adoption process starts with a prescreen review of an Guardian Application. Making decisions about dog placement in adoptive homes is an art;, not a science and there will be times when applications will be denied for various reason(s). This is left to the discretion of the MAPS after reviewing relevant information. MAPS reserves the right to make all decisions regarding placement or final disposition of any rescued dog in its care into a foster or adoptive home. There is absolutely no guarantee, made or implied, that any person or persons requesting to adopt a dog being fostered through MAPS, or posted on MAP's web site, will be granted an adoption. After a successful prescreen, including background checks, the applicant(s) are notified that they can visit the dogs and a time slot is made for the dog and applicant interaction. After the interaction we encourage several days of reflection before adopting a pet to help assure this will be a lifetime commitment of love and quality care for the dog. Next we conduct a home/neighborhood visit to the Guardian Applicant's home. If the home visit proves successful the new mom and/or dad of the dog will sign an Adoption Agreement and share a lifetime of love !

MAPS Files including Adoption Application

About Midwest Area Pit Stop

Our Adoption Process...

The Adoption process is designed to help best place dogs with homes that are in the best interest of the dogs and their human companions. Not placing meaningful "dogs best interest" criteria on adopters for any dog can too easily put the dog in charge of the direction of the relationship and it is irresponsible for the dog, the family, and society. The adoption process starts with a prescreen review of an Guardian Application. Making decisions about dog placement in adoptive homes is an "art", not a "science", and there will be times when applications will be denied for various reason(s). This is left to the discretion of the MAPS after reviewing relevant information. MAPS reserves the right to make all decisions regarding placement or final disposition of any rescued dog in its care into a foster or adoptive home. There is absolutely no guarantee, made or implied, that any person or persons requesting to adopt a dog being fostered through MAPS, or posted on MAP's web site, will be granted an adoption. After a successful prescreen, including background checks, the applicant(s) are notified that they can visit the dogs and a time slot is made for the dog and applicant interaction. After the interaction we encourage several days of reflection before adopting a pet to help assure this will be a lifetime commitment of love and quality care for the dog. Next we conduct a home/neighborhood visit to the Guardian Applicant's home. If the home visit proves successful the new mom and/or dad of the dog will sign an Adoption Agreement and share a lifetime of love !