Most of the time it is hard to make changes. Just as we need to eat better, exercise more, etc., some dogs find themselves needing to change. That is the way it was with Lola. What a story! She came to us from a nearby animal control and had only a few days to live. We received a message asking us to take her and give her a chance. SO WE DID! At first she was a nightmare waiting to happen. Very loud and screaming bark—almost hysterical type of behavior.The good news is that Lola changed!!! And for the better! She is a wonderful gal — she has been spending time in the house with us and the other dogs. She isn’t wild, she isn’t aggressive, she is calm and happy. What caused the big change in Lola?
- She was let out of her 5′ x5′ kennel. (she doesn’t like kennels)
- She was spayed —not long ago,
- Given special attention
Now, you can find Lola calmly laying at our feet, or just walking around and greeting everyone. The shiny black Labrador is truly a beautiful dog inside and out. Here is a picture of her—Hope it show her beauty.