Just one look into Lola’s beautiful eyes, and your heart will melt into a puddle. Lola is a timid pup, but when you give her a little time to ease into her new surroundings, you will be rewarded with so much affection from this sweet girl.
There are no other dogs or cats living at her foster home, and Lola hasn’t shown any interest in the critters she sees outside. She previously lived in a home with children and was comfortable with them. Lola is a nervous girl, so she can be a bit wary when meeting new people. Give her a few moments to get comfortable and then she will be ready to say hello and welcome a few gentle pets. Lola has warmed up to her foster family, and now she bumps their hands with her nose when she is looking for more shoulder rubs and ear scratches.
Lola is happy being outdoors and enjoys taking short walks. Walking on a leash is new for her so first she goes in circles and wraps the leash around her foster mom’s legs. There is no pulling, but she needs a little guidance to get moving in the right direction. She is still getting used to the neighborhood and doesn’t like to wander too far from home. Every day she gets a little more confident and wants to explore more of her surroundings. When Lola went out in the rain, her foster family soon discovered she doesn’t mind getting a little wet if she needs to go out, but you can leave the umbrellas behind since they scare her.
Lola is heartworm positive, so her activity is limited, and she isn’t able to exert herself too much yet. Your generosity will help Lola get the treatment she needs and put her on the road to recovery. Check back so you can stay up to date on Lola’s journey to get well and on her search to find a patient and loving forever family. Her foster family says she is an absolute sweetheart who is ready to give and gets lots of love.