Lolly is a little 24 pound, 2-3 year old girl, who found herself in a animal control facility, picked up as a stray. A rescue person stopped in to see the dogs at the facility, and Lolly came right to the door of the run to say hello. Her entire body was wiggling, and she was so anxious for the rescue person to pet her. The rescue person took Lolly out to visit with her, and found her to be a happy and loving girl.
Lolly was taken out of the facility, taken to the vet clinic to be spayed and fully vetted, and will now be on her way to 11th Hour on October 27th. Lolly gets along with other dogs, and we feel with her friendly nature she will be fine with children. She appears to be housebroken, and walks fairly well on a leash. We think that Lolly is a terrier mix.
Lolly will make a great family pet, so please give this sweet girl a chance, and fill out a application on her today. Be sure to mention her name - LOLLY SCAS!
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