REHOMED Lola – 9-month old Labrador puppy

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Name: Lola

Age: 9 months

Breed: Labrador Retriever

Can I live with Children: Older

Can I live with cats: Not tested

Can I live with other dogs: Yes, a must

Fostered In: South Wales

Lola is a very special 9-month old Labrador Retriever who is looking for a forever foster home. Please, please read very carefully and only complete an application form if you are 100% committed to providing this for her. Lola suffers from cerebellum hypoplasia and although medically fit she is unstable on her legs and requires physio and daily exercise to help her mobility. Due to this we would prefer her new home to be in South Wales to have easy access to our vets.

People – Lola is a loving dog and friendly with everyone she meets. We recommend older children only though who are able to understand and respect her condition.

Dogs – Lola would prefer a home where there is another dog for company.

Cats – Not tested

In the home – Lola does still have accidents in the house when she is excited but these are getting less and less. Her forever fosterers will have to be patient with her while she gets used to her new routine and new environment though. She will need somewhere with a reasonable amount of space both inside and outside the house to enable her to move around without injuring herself.

Out and about – Lola loves her walks and travels well in the car. She is happy to go to the vets too.

Type of home – Lola is looking for a forever foster home, where FoAW will remain her legal owners and will meet all the costs for ongoing medical needs. Her humans will need to be experienced dog owners and be willing to take advice about aspects of her care from the outset to help the transition to her forever foster home be a smooth one. She will need her humans to be home for most of the day, although she can be left for short periods in the company of other dogs.

Lola is not yet neutered, chipped, vaccinated and up to date with her flea and worming treatment. Potential adopters will be expected to travel to meet her in her foster home in South Wales. Please note that there is no adoption fee to pay for Lola, despite the application form below stating the donation amount.

Click here for adoption form

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