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Dr. Pepper

Male Baby Labrador Retriever Shepherds (All Types) (mixed)

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L.O.L.A.'S Rescue

About Dr. Pepper

Adoption Fee: $395.00

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Name
Dr. Pepper
Age
Baby
Gender
Male
Size
Medium
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
NO
Hypoallergenic
NO
Spayed/Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
Not Sure

L.O.L.A.'S Rescue

6005 S Taft Way Littleton CO 80127

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Lil Bit

Boxer

Lil’ Bit was confiscated from a bad living situation in Texas but you would never know it from her playful and happy personality!! She l... show more

Lil’ Bit was confiscated from a bad living situation in Texas but you would never know it from her playful and happy personality!! She loves playing with other Dogs large and small and she must continue to work on boundaries because she does not understand that every Dog may not like her in their face. Squeaky toys are her thing but she also loves nylabone toys, rope chew toys and Grreat Choice puzzle ball is her absolute favorite! She can shred most toys in minutes due to those Puppy teeth so supervise squeak toys. Wild Knots Kong toys are great for shredders and she loves those as well. Lil Bit’s foster siblings are worn out by her energy so she needs to learn to back off some but she loves to chase her foster Sister around all day long. Lil’ Bit is learning to walk on a leash and because of her high energy a short walk each day is something she truly needs for socialization in seeing other People as well as physical need for exercise. She does not understand stairs yet and tries to climb them from the side. Lil’ Bit needs someone who is willing to correctly teach her basic obedience and who can give her mental stimulation through interactive play and toys. She knows “sit” and is working on “come”. Her foster Mom says “BitBit come!” and that seems to do the trick most times. She needs to work on “stay” and “off” (furniture) as well as “heel” when walking. Lil’ Bit loves CHEETOS so when in doubt offer her a Cheeto to aid in following a command. Lil’ Bit will do best in a house with a 6 foot fenced yard due to her needing to play ball etc., as well as getting a good walk daily. She has a throaty bark and although she is good staying in a crate to sleep at night, during the day she will bark when bored or when she needs to go outside to potty so she cannot have shared walls. If left to her own too much she will get bored and exhibit negative behavior such as pottying. **This happened in crate when she was quarantined due to having kennel cough and she could not go with the other Dogs or play around the house. The first 2 to 3 weeks there may be accidents indoors due to learning what door to go to, how to get your attention etc. Currently she walks to the door and if you don’t see her she does not get the concept that you don’t know she has to go so foster Mom takes her out every 2-hours. Because of her energy level, we recommend only kids 10 years and older who won't be in danger of taking a tumble when this gal gets going! Also, she does have bilateral hip displaysia from her extra toes! The toes have been removed and she's being monitored for any pain, but is running and playing like a puppy so we aren't concerned at the moment, but she will need to be on joint supplements for the rest of her life and she will probably have mobility issues as she gets older. Apply to adopt at lolasrescue.com. show less

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Lili

Shar Pei

Lili came to LOLA’s with her now happily adopted sister Eva. Lili is a clever, devoted, and loving young lady. She had two puppies in Ma... show more

Lili came to LOLA’s with her now happily adopted sister Eva. Lili is a clever, devoted, and loving young lady. She had two puppies in May and was a wonderful mom to them both. She’s a playful girl and able to be completely entertained by romping around the house showing off a toy - especially a squeaky toy!  She also loves running around outside with other doggies! She’s excellent at chasing squirrels up trees and has springs for legs. Though she has the vertical of a NBA player, she has no desire to leave her family or home by hopping a fence. On walks she’s (mostly) well behaved and only pulls where there’s a bunny in sight. She will need a few lessons in leash manners, though she is a quick study. She is potty trained and kennel trained. She has an extremely gentle mouth when taking treats. Lili would do well with a couple, single person, or a family with older children. Her devoted nature would work best with a household that has the ability to give her devoted attention from all members of the home in return. She plays well with other dogs, and appeared disinterested when she met the neighbor's cat. She looks bigger in photos than she is in real life - she is about the size of a large beagle or on the smaller end of a medium sized dog range right around 35 to 40lbs.  To apply to adopt Lili, visit lolasrescue.com. show less