Age: 8 1/2 years old
Adoption Status: Successful Adoption
February 4, 2012 – Lola is doing very well, she spent the day at Critter Jungle and met lots of people. She “stole” a chewy toy and enjoyed the afternoon chewing on it. Lola is getting along very well with other dogs and she’s more independant than the usual pug. If your interested in adopting Lola, please fill out an adoption application form.
January 23, 2012 – Lola is great. In fact her foster family is going to have a hard time parting with her. She is such a well behaved and smart girl. She really is going to be a perfect companion for someone. Maybe not a busy family with small children but a couple or individual who leads a more laid back lifestyle and has lot of time to spend with her. If you are that person or that family, please submit your adoption application form.
January 14, 2012 – Lola is fitting into our home quite nicely. She is very sociable and is the first to greet guests at the door. She likes her sleep and gets right into her crate at night. She can be left unattended during the day while we are out but seems to prefer her crate. We have several throughout the house so she can be in the same room as us because she likes to keep a watchful eye on everyone. Lola doesn’t interact much with the other dogs (play or curl up with them) and is very territorial of her food and toys. She carries her chew bone around with her to make sure no one else gets it 😉 She is completely housetrained and will whine at the door when she needs out. She will be a perfect dog for a lucky someone!
January 5, 2012 – Lola is going to be a perfect companion for a person with a ‘lower activity level’. She is so sweet and likes to be in the same room with someone all the time. She goes right into her little crate and sleeps. We actually have to wake her up to eat! She is obedient and besides her typical pug snore is very quiet – never barks – you would hardly know she is there! She is completely house trained and walks very well on a leash. She loves to go for walks which is good because she needs lots of them! I think she will do better in a household that does not have other dogs. She doesn’t want anything to do with the resident dogs and prefers to be in another room. If you are interested in adopting this precious and loving pug, please submit your adoption application.
January 1, 2012 – Lola just came in today. She is an owner surrender. She was very much loved by her former family and it was with a lot of sadness that they had to part from her. Lola is spayed and up to date in her vaccination. She’s a bit overweight – she’s about 25lbs and would benefit losing a few pounds. Lola gets along well with other dogs and is good with kids.