Pet Adoption | R/F Humane Society: Lola's Motto - Don't Worry, Be Happy!


Well, Hello Miss Lola! Would you look at that head-tilt? Those liquid chocolate eyes! And don’t even get me started on those silky soft ears of hers!! This 1 year old Flat Coat Retriever mix is known at the shelter as the most kissable dog around. Not that she’s indiscriminate mind you, but she really hasn’t met a single person, place or thing that she hasn’t fallen in love with within minutes.

Lola is great with other dogs, could care less about cats and kids? Well, let’s just say that everyone will sleep really well at night after a play date with Lola. Can you say “Fetch”? Can you say “Fetch” all afternoon? Lola can – and then spend the evening curled up with her new buddies watching Finding Dori….AGAIN!

The name Lola is short for the Spanish Delores which means “Sorrows”, taken from one of the titles of the Virgin Mary. We think that this shortened form just means that this pup is very short on sorrows – her natural demeanor is Happy-Go-Lucky and she’s ready & willing to share her easy going, amiability to anyone interested in taking home a new family member. Stop out & meet this upbeat canine – and bring a tennis ball, she’d like to show off just how good of a retriever she is! Lola is fixed, UTD with all her vaccinations – all ready to go home!

1308 Myrtle St

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