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Lola 10   

In shelter Dog

Mississauga, ON, L5M 1Y3
Pet name:
Lola 10
Labrador Retriever
Coat length:
Lola / F / 4Y / 60lbs / Lab Mix / Good w People / Good w Dogs / Good w Older Dog Savvy Kids / Not Tested w Cats / From Tennessee / Fostered in Toronto

Meet Lola! Lola came from Tennessee where she was found as a stray. She was found with another dog who was believed to be from the same home. Lolas foster describes her as a big, cuddly bear. She is a fairly quiet and laid back girl. She prefers hanging with her person to playing with toys. When relaxing, Lola likes to be close to her person by resting her bum on them.

It’s not surprising that Lola has wonderful human social skills. She is easy going and calm with people she knows, as well as strangers. Lola has not met and children while in our care. Based on her personality, her foster believed that she would likely do well with respectful children old enough to understand and practice dog etiquette.

While she could do well in any setting, she is a bit cautious of the sights, sounds, and smells of downtown. Her ideal setting would be in a quieter area. Lola’s ideal family would be one that is lowkey, and enjoys a more relaxed lifestyle. She would love for her family to be home often so they can enjoy lots of couch cuddles.

Lola is social and friendly with other dogs she meets. With a proper meet and greet, she could go to a home with other dogs. She has not been tested with cats.

She is on the lower end of medium energy. Lola currently enjoys two to three 40 minute walks. She walks very well and with a loose leash. In addition to walks, all she asks for is lots of attention from her humans. After a nice long walk, Lola is left alone for 5-6 hours. She settles quickly and does not show signs of separation anxiety. She is crated at night or when left alone.

It is unlikely that she has had any training, and would benefit from some obedience. Her foster notes her as intelligent and food motivated, so she will be a quick learner. She is potty trained, however had. some accidents when she first arrived. She seems to be improving daily and would benefit from continued support. Lola is great in the car but could benefit from more walks/a diet as she is a little overweight.

Prior to coming into care, Lola tested positive for Ehrlichia. Ehrlichia is a tick borne disease that stays in the bloodstream for many years. A CBC is performed to see if there is an active infection. Lolas CBC came back indicating that there is no active infection. Ehrlichia positive dogs may develop chronic kidney disease at some point of their life. It is recommended that any dog that has tested positive for Ehrlichia have annual wellness blood work along with a 4dx blood test once a year unless clinical signs arise. If clinical signs of Ehrlichia arise bloodwork should be done sooner. Also note that Lola should have pre-op blood work including a CBC and platelet count before any surgery or dental extractions. (due to a risk of low platelet count).

She has some scarring on muzzle and areas of alopecia around neck with thickened skin (from a previous injury). A toe on her left hind foot has flexor tendon damage so it sticks upwards.

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