Monday, February 4, 2013

What a Babe!

New month means new Dane!
 
This month our featured Dane will be Lola!
 
Lola is a sweet, chilled out young 6 year old fawn colored Dane.
 
She loves a daily ZOOMIES around the yard and short play times!
 After yah got her all tired out, she loves to cuddle!

Lola is allowed to free roam when her foster parents are gone. No accidents!
Her foster parents do not give her a chance to counter surf or have access to the trash.

She lives with one male dog and a cat, but has not been observed around children. Her foster parents guess that because of her sweet nature, she will do fine with proper supervision and control of your children!
 
Girls always seem to want ALL the attention but her FP are sure with a slow introduction she would do fine with a brudder or sisfer! 
 
Her FP are working on changing her short facination with the cat on occasion.

This hot babe is a trim 108 pounds!
 
*Lola recently tested positive for both Lyme Disease and Anaplasmosis. Both are tick-transmitted diseases (there is no concern of her passing this on), and she will be starting treatment on 1-14-13*
 
 
*Please Note: All photos and info were taken with permission from UMGDR and are under this blogs Copyright as well as UMGDR's*
 
PeeeeSSSS: Lexus Got ADOPTED!!
 
~Stinky Kisses, Mason


7 comments:

  1. She's a long legged beauty! Hope she finds a forever home soon!

    Murphy & Stanley
    Two Cool Doods

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  2. We hope Lola will be well and the other pups find forever homes really soon. Have a marvelous Monday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  3. Oh she is just BEAUTIFUL. My MOM is of course all squishy over her.
    Blessings,
    Goose

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  4. She is very pretty.
    Snorts,
    Benny & Lily

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  5. Oh, now that is one LONG leggie!! BOL
    And, such a sweet face!! Oh, Ma is such a sucker for the big doggies. She wishes she could take her home!
    Kisses,
    Ruby

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  6. She's a beauty, hope she finds a forever home soon xx

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