Age: 5 years
Lola was spotted in the city parks; at the time she was following the young children around just wanting to play with them. Despite Lola never doing anything wrong the local adults were fearful of her, probably just becuase of her size, they were going to call the dog catcher to take her away.
This is where her fairy god mother, someone we know, took her in to keep her safe. As we do, we test all rescue dogs for nasties, Lola was found to have Heart Worm. The process for recovery can be long, as it was in her case but finally now HW free and with two clear x-rays to prove that she is fit and well she can finally make her way on to the next chapter of her life.
Lola is about the height of a male Labrador but slim at 25 Kg. she is sociable around other dogs, children and adults. She is clean in the home and walks on lead. She is a lovely girl that would be an asset to any home looking for their loyal companion.
Lola will be leaving Serbia at the end of September, ready for her new home the first weekend of October.
CATS: Not cat tested
CHILDREN: Aged 10 + (due to her size)
Neutered, chipped and up to date with vaccinations.
CRITERIA: We adopt our dogs to an area in England within a 3-hour drive of Cobham in Surrey. Any garden must be fully secure and have at least 6 ft boundaries. All our home checks are carried out virtually. If your initial application is successful, we will ask you for proof of ID, a video tour of your home and garden. Lastly, we carry out a video home check call.
If you feel you can offer the right home and you match our criteria, please complete our pre adoption form here: https://serbias-forgotten-paws.com/enquiry and press SEND. Please only apply if you are ready to adopt.
Home check and £400 adoption fee applies plus £25 for the safety harness that we insist all of our dogs are walked on until absolutely settled in their new home.
All of our dogs come with a pet passport, are vet checked before departing and arrive via a DEFRA registered transportation vehicle.
Serbia’s forgotten paws has been operating for over 10 years and has rehomed over 1,200 in the UK
- Can live with children
- Can live with dogs