Hi I'm Lolita (Lola for short). I spent quite a while at Detroit Animal Care and Control waiting for my turn for a forever home. Everyone fell in love with me and treated me amazing. I love doing zoomies in the yard, but I love cuddling even more.
So many of my friends are still at the shelter, but I am so thankful that my foster parents brought me home and are helping me find my forever family just in time for the holidays.
I would love nothing more than to snuggle up and watch holiday movies with my family (in front of a fireplace would be even better), but hey I'll take a forever family fireplace or not!
I'm about 3 years old. I'm potty trained and crate trained. I promise to give you endless love and be your best friend. I also come with free training! Could you be my forever family?
Applicants willing to enroll their dog in obedience classes will be given preference.
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