Lola was not doing well as an only dog, so she was recently moved to another foster home with a fenced yard and a male boxer. Having another dog has helped a lot with her confidence. She is housebroken and is becoming more comfortable in the home with each day. Lola is a sweet girl who really loves children. She is a big cuddler and would be happy to lay in bed or on the couch with you all day. We will only consider forever homes for Lola that have a securely fenced yard and a male dog. These two things have really helped her to blossom and we are eager to see her continued progress.
Lola made the long transport from Louisiana and has arrived at her new foster home. She is very sweet, but is still nervous right now. Lola is her foster mom’s shadow and she just wants to relax on the couch. We will update her page once she gets settled in and her foster mom learns more about her.
Lola has competed her last treatment for heartworm and will be heading to her new foster home in Maryland next weekend. She has been in a temporary foster home with a male pit bull. Lola has done great with all of the people and other dogs she has met. She will be on restricted exercise for the next 3 weeks, and then should be cleared for normal activity. We will update Lola’s page once her foster mom gets to know her better.
Lola is a 5 yr old female boxer surrendered in Louisiana. She is spayed and current on vaccines, but will need to go through heartworm treatment. Lola is great with other dogs and people. She has never been around cats. Following her treatment, Lola will be transported to AABR. She will be looking for a foster or forever home.