LOLA HAS FOUND HER FUREVER HOME IN SPAIN!
Lola is now 1 and 1/2 years old and has been at the shelter for many months.
She was hand reared in a home, but due to work commitments and her struggling with being left, her family had to ask the shelter for their help to find her a suitable home.
It is not surprising how she bonds so quickly to humans, given her most formative months being so close and reliant on them.
Lola is a bit of a wild child and will keep her family on their toes as she finds her way in the world and family life. She is a heady mix of beautiful, hilarious, silly, sweet and therefore irresistible! But she needs a very patient family, who will be able to support her needs. This will mean having the ability to have someone at home with her at all times, and working with her – perhaps a pet sitter could be useful. We can never guarantee how long it will take for a dog to feel secure to be at home on their own so the family needs to make a full commitment to this.
Lola definitely needs a garden, the bigger the better!
If homed with another dog, Lola is a bit of tomboy and so a robust dog who is able to withstand her buffoonery will be best.
Lola is currently in the shelter of Galgos en Familia. We can only bring her to the UK if we have a suitable foster or furever home.
Adopting or fostering a dog is hugely enjoyable and rewarding, but it’s also a lot of work, and it’s a big decision. Below are the 3 steps involved in the process of either adoption or fostering. Step 1 is to learn what’s involved; about Project Galgo, about adoption and about fostering. Step 2 is to contact us for more information and we’ll discuss everything with you. The final step is to fill out either the adoption or fostering forms and officially start the process. These forms are in depth, and may take you some time to fill out. It is recommended you do this on a laptop or desktop computer. It is required that you fill out every field, the forms will not submit if questions are skipped.