Meet Lola! She is a super sweet two-year-old female Labrador Retriever. Lola is considered a Dudley, yellow with chocolate undertones.  Lola was surrendered to WCLRR because her owner was unable to give her the time she deserved.

Lola, despite her young age, does not have any of the over-the-top energy some younger dogs have. However, she will occasionally jump when she’s very excited. Lola will benefit from basic training to assist her with jumping and pulling on the leash.

Lola is playful and enjoys a game of fetch with a tennis ball or any other toy. She loves her daily walks in the morning and evening, but she does tend to pull if the leash is attached to her collar. A harness works well to keep her from pulling. Her foster has a pool, but so far, Lola has shown no interest in jumping in and having a swim.

Lola was an only dog with her previous owner and her foster, but she gets along very well with other dogs. She sleeps through the night on a dog bed next to her person and is fine if left alone during the day for a few hours. Lola knows “sit,” and she is smart. Her new family could help her learn new commands and maybe even some tricks!

Lola is spayed, up to date on her vaccines, and microchipped.

COVID-19 Update: WCLRR is continuing to accept applications for adoptions, scheduling virtual home interviews, and accepting owner surrenders. Please contact if you have any questions.