Nola is a 3 to 4 year old female who is just a doll. Nola and her companion who could also be her daughter were tied up in the woods together with 8 other dogs. There was nothing but a dog house which they were chained on in the middle of nowhere. After lots of investigation and daily checking on the dogs we were able to locate the owner of the dogs. He said that he would come out there about once a week to feed them. After a long discussions and debates we were able, together with other rescue groups to convince him to surrender those poor souls to us. These babies were living in hell. No protection from predators and of course no medical care while they were living on heavy chains for breeding. Now all pups are safe and looking for homes. Nola is very sweet and gets along with other dogs just fine. She is very outgoing and a social butterfly. Se has never met a stranger and would do wonderful in a family with kids. She is currently going through her heartworm treatment but will be available by the end of March for adoption.
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