Meet Lola! She is a sweet, gentle, approximately three-year-old female black Labrador Retriever. Lola was surrendered to WCLRR when her family had a hardship and acknowledged Lola needed more than they could provide for her.
Lola loves to follow her foster parents into every room or outside; wherever you are, she wants to be with you. She craves love and attention. Lola is a kind-natured puppy and does well with toddlers and young kids. Lola will lay quietly in her crate and go in smoothly at night and sleep till morning.
Lola is housebroken. She will stand at the door or looking at you with those adorable eyes. Lola is food motivated, so her new family may continue using the “slow feeder” bowl. Lola will train well using treats. She loves walking in the neighborhood and sits at all curbs before crossing the street but needs a little work walking on a leash.
Lola knows to sit, stay, lay down, and likes to retrieve the ball and bring it back and drop it at your feet. Lola is a natural swimmer and enjoys going on car rides. Lola’s favorite thing to do, just lay right by your side and have her tummy scratched.
Lola is spayed, microchipped, and up to date on her vaccinations.