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In shelter Dog

Las Cuevas, BCS, 23560
Pet name:
Mixed Breed
From foster Dad: Lola is a very well-behaved dog. Both inside and outside. Completely house-trained. Not a barker or digger. She knows a few basic commands such as sit and come. She is great on leash and very good off leash. She doesnt wander far. Initially she was quite frightened of water but on a leash, she went for a swim. She is great with other dogs and loves to play, especially chase and be chased. She is very fast. She also does not chase cows. Lola is very timid of people. When I first got her she would not come within arms reach. She takes a lot of clues from my other dogs. If they come over for a pat or a scratch, she will come along with them. She is improving every day and soon I think she will be completely comfortable with humans. When at the rescue: Lola is just a big puppy. This leggy gal has the markings of a dobie/rottweiler but has a sweet disposition. She is shy at first but warms up as she gains trust. She loves to play and has lots of energy. She loves having a kennel mate to cuddle and play with. Adopt a puppy and bring pure love and joy into your life. At Cortez Rescue Baja, our puppies are well cared for and they get the best possible start to a healthy, happy life; including socialization at the earliest opportunity. Our adorable puppies have been fully vetted by a licensed veterinarian, vaccinated, spayed/neutered and any known conditions are disclosed prior to adoption. This pup currently lives in Baja near Cabo San Lucas. Cortez Rescue will coordinate the logistics of transporting your adopted puppy to you. Please visit our website to learn more about this amazing pet and to see other available dogs.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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