Hi! My Name Is Lola

We're happy to tell you that Lola has a new furever home.
Please visit our Available Dogs Page to see the pups currently available.
Lola's previous owner died and she was left with no where to go. A family member tried to take her but was threatened with eviction because the place didn't allow pets. Lola was surrendered to the Liberty Animal Shelter. The shelter was full and difficult decisions were going to be made. We decided to pull Lola to help eliminate some of the need for those decisions.Lola is shy at first but really warms up. She is a house dog. She wants to be in the house, appears to be house trained, and very mellow right now. Of couse we only just got her so in a couple of weeks this bio will likely be changed. If you are interested in fostering Lola please let us know. Fostering means you take care of her and love her until someone else can permanently adopt her. This is ideal for people who aren't' ready to make a long term commitment to a dog but still wants a dog in their lives. Fostering save lives. If you can foster, it means we can take another from a shelter that would otherwise have no choice but to kill. Please consider fostering a rescue dog. We have seniors, adults, and puppies to choose from.