We rescued Lola from a high kill shelter in GA thanks to a local volunteer who agreed to foster her for us. During foster, our dogs are examined by a vet, brought up to date on vaccines and spay/neutered if age appropriate. This time is also used to serve as a quarantine. We want to be sure any germs they may have picked up at the shelter are not going to make them sick.
Lola's foster mom shared:
"Lola is good in the crate. She sleeps all through the night. She is super curious with cats and will chase them but is also a bit afraid of them. She gets along great with other dogs, loves to run and loves to play. She is pure puppy love! The people who rescued Lola's sister had her DNA tested. The results were Boxer and Husky mix."
Lola is about 4 months old and is expected to reach about 50 lbs as an adult. She is up to date on her vaccines, working on her housebreaking skills, and is affectionate. Her single blue eye is stunning! She's expected to arrive in VT on 10/22 and is available for adoption.
Our adoption fee is $350 which includes age appropriate vaccines (Distemper, Bordetella, Parvo), spay/neuter, worming, microchipping, and health exam. Discount vouchers for training, grooming and similar dog related products and services are provided.
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