I bet you figured out I’m not the famous Lola from the song, huh? I’m just an almost 2- year-old, 78 lb. Pyr girl and I say “just” because sadly, there’s not much else to tell you. I recently borrowed a family, but I can’t recall how I found them. It was super nice of them to love and feed me for a while, now I’m hoping for a lifetime family. Or maybe a lifetime person? Someone said I’m a shy, one-person dog. I’ve heard I’m submissive but good with other dogs and skittish with strangers and children. I do like sleeping outdoors, even though I’m house trained, and I’ve jumped a fence or two in my short life. Oddly enough, I enjoy swimming—I know, not a usually a Pyr thing, right? My borrowed mom says I like to go running, but I move slowly, sometimes with difficulty, so maybe she and I have different ideas of what running means? The best thing to do is meet me and decide for yourself. Hey, maybe I’ll turn out to be great family dog, or perfect for someone who likes “couching” more than hiking? If you want to try you can sing L-O-L-A, Lola and find me or better yet, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or click “Apply to Adopt” below.
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