Thursday, November 4, 2010

Perhaps I am a bit too adventurous.

Update: Lola was adopted on November 26th!

We rescued Lola from another shelter that had run out of space to keep her.  She reportedly was surrendered there because she could scale a 6-foot fence.
Apart from that one flaw, Lola received a glowing report from her previous owner.  She is housetrained and compatible with dogs and kind children.

Lola is a Boxer, spayed female, about 3 years young, and today she debuts for adoption at Nevada SPCA.

We admire her even-tempered disposition and very loving personality.

Please give special consideration to securing your home and yard for her safety and protection.  We do not know the circumstances of her previous fence-jumping, or whether she could get over a similar-size wall or not.  For example, some dogs seek to escape their yards out of loneliness or boredom, or they leap from a BBQ grill that sits against the fence, and so on.

Boxer knowledge and/or experience is preferred for Lola's adoption.  Please visit and ask for her by name.