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Female Young Border Collie Field Spaniel (mixed)

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About Lola

Her name is Lola. She is a cute girl. She has white feathers in her tail! She will sometimes dance to Copacobana!

Lola came from a small rural shelter, where Animal Control picked her up one too many times. She is resourceful, and an adolescent so when she got bored at home,she would escape.  She is very curious about sights, smells, motion but has not tried to escape the fenced yard. But she will need a safe place to run and sniff.

This beautiful, affectionate little girl wants nothing more than to be near her human(s) and dog friend(s), to have fun exploring and running and learning new tricks. Tricks equal treats!! And its so much fun to learn!

Lola is quickly settling in to her foster home. She is house trained(crazy huh?) and crate trained. She walks well on a leash, loves to explore. She tolerated a bath the day she was pulled from the shelter. Chalk that up to her loving to be touched and petted.We are working on basic manners, 4 paws on the floor, sit, down, hand touches. The find it game is a favorite. Lola has figured out “toys’’. She likes to bounce her Kong and chew on her Nylabone. When she first arrived she had little interest in food but she is now all paws in on positive reinforcement games and cues!

Lola would do well in a home with another dog as long as the dog loves to run and jump and play games.An older confident dog that understands the herding game would be ideal.Her best fit would be an active home where her energy would be understood as part young dog and part herder. When we’re spending me time together, she is a velcro dog, follows me around, happy to help with the chores.

Did I say she’s curious? Resilient? So happy to see people and other dogs? And adorable. Funny. Gives the best kisses. Want the best dog? Apply here!

Lola is located in Greensboro, NC. 

If you would like to submit an adoption application, please go to our website and click on Lola's photo. An adoption application MUST be submitted to be considered for adoption, without exception. Your pets must be up to date on heartworm prevention and vaccinations in order to be considered for adoption; titering is accepted in lieu of vaccine records. Please e-mail us at saveourherdersoutreach at gmail dot com if you have additional questions.

Adoption Fee: $250.00



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Ok with cats

Save Our Herders Outreach Inc

VA 23112

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