Age: 5 Yrs. Old
Adoption Fee: $600
Special Needs: no
4/9/21 Update: Sweet Lola Grace has what is known as Irritable Bowel Disease along with Protein Losing Enteropathy. We have most of this under control with the help of good food and medication.
Lola loves hanging out with her foster momma on the days she works at home. You can see from the video that Lola takes her job very seriously and always gives 110%.
5/27/21 Update: Lola is enjoying a break from the rain. She loves rolling around outside, so she is very appreciative of dry ground!
5/31/21 Update: Lola Grace went to see her internal medicine specialist today. There hasn’t been a huge improvement in her gastrointestinal disease, but she continues to be a happy and sweet little girl.
7/9/21 Update: The odd couple! Lola Grace has some medical issues and foster brother Rodney has taken on the role of her bodyguard!
8/13/21 Update: Lola Grace continues to improve each time she has her blood levels checked. As long as she sticks with her special diet and meds, there are hardly ever any flare ups.
She is an amazing little girl. You wouldn’t even know she had any issues just by looking at her.
Lola is one of those dogs that no matter what mood you are in, she will make you smile. She is the sweetest little girl and always has an excited tail wiggle ready to go.
8/27/21 Update: Foster girl Lola Grace has been doing really well. She is slowly gaining weight and her levels are staying stable.
Lola is the sweetest little girl. She does want to protect her people though and will bark at strange people coming in her house. It’s the cutest little bark and sometimes ends in a little howl.
10/25/21 Update: 9 months…… Today marks 9 months that I have been in rescue and I have come such a long way.
In those 9 months, I went from being so sick that not many people thought I would make it to being a healthy, happy girl.
All these people in rescue believed in me enough to help me through different diets, meds and vet visits to get me where I am today.
As you know, I have irritable bowel disease and protein-losing enteropathy, which means my tummy is a little off sometimes and my body won’t keep in the protein I need.
But now with my new diet, supplements and meds, I am just like a normal healthy dog.
My foster parents are always telling me I am the perfect Bulldog because I have very good manners and always do what I am asked.
I love my foster parents and my foster brother, but…. I would also love to have my very own family.
My new family will need to be very strict with my diet. As much as I would love to eat other food, it really hurts my tummy, so I can’t. I take my meds and supplements with no issues.
I am friends with all other dogs that I meet, but I’m not really one to play. I do love a good snuggle on the couch, though.
I just know that special family is out there for me. Share my story and help me find them!
Love and sloppy kisses, Lola Grace
12/29/21 Update: I turned 6 years old this week! The foster parents threw me a party to celebrate and as you can see, I am all partied out already.