Lola has just turned 2 years old and has recently arrived in the UK. She was dumped as a tiny puppy outside the shelter and has lived there until earlier this year. She’s medium size and very social with other dogs. A few words from her foster mum “Lola is an absolutely lovely little dog.
Before arriving to the UK she only knew life in a shelter and one could expect her to be fearful, scared and risk-averse. However Lola is the exact opposite. She in naturally happy, very curious, super playful, not afraid to meet and play with other dogs and an absolute joy to have around. She is very intelligent-both in learning new things and figuring stuff out for herself.
She loves her toys and if is not given any she’ll find some herself (so potential parents-do guard your dirty socks;)). She is house trained, crate trained and knows to sit for her food and toys. The only thing Lola is scared of is being alone for too long. She needs either somebody who is at home most of the time or company of another dog. She is currently living with four other dogs in her foster home and is perfectly happy to be left for a few hours with them. She is OK with dog savvy cats-she will chase but wont hurt them.
Ideally we’re looking for home for where there is already a resident dog because she loves having company and needs a dog to follow in new situations. She walks nicely on the lead and enjoys being out on walks.
Lola is fully vaccinated, microchipped and spayed. She’s full of life and love and she’ll make someone’s family complete! She is in foster in Nottingham and waiting patiently for her forever family. He is good with cats.
Please note, a home check will be carried out prior to adoption and adoption contract and donation apply.
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