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Meet Lola

Lola was rescued from the local pound just 3 days after being there. She was in such bad condition thatwe had to take her under duty of care. Poor lola looked like she had lived in a kennel all her life andwas so very happy to have grass under her feet i actually thought she had never been on grass before wheni saw her reaction. Lola had a huge sore on her hind leg that was filled with gunk and blood. She has a skincondition that she is on anti bioctics for and it's clearing up nicely. Lola has been used as a breeding dog andwho knows how many puppies this poor girl has had.She is a beautiful dog that is great with other dogs bigger and smaller than her. She is friendly and loving and is great with kids aswell. I am looking for a really special home for lola that willlove her for the rest of her life and show her what a great home

Not avaliable for interstate adoption. She will be avaliable for adoption on the 18th of March.

Lola was rescued from the local pound just 3 days after being there. She was in such bad condition that we had to take her under duty of care. Poor lola looked like she had lived in a kennel all her life and was so very happy to have grass under her feet. Lola has been used as a puppy machine and she is classic example of how sad the plight of puppy farm dogs can be. Badly bred, she has some strange anatomical features, such as her teeth growing out of the top of her mouth (see picture above), toes that are very splayed (spread apart) and a tail so tightly curled and with years sitting on concrete it has stuck to her back. Lola also can't do much exercise or her tongue goes blue due to her severely restricted airways. Lola had a huge sore on her hind leg that was filled with gunk and blood, this has now been cleaned out but ontop of this she has a skin condition that she is on anti-bioctics for and is thankfully clearing up nicely.

Despite all her years of neglect Lola is a delightfully natured girl, who is great with kids and other dogs and is a just a beautiful little girl who deserves a chance at a much nicer future.

If you can help us by sponsoring some of Lola's vet expenses please call Megan on 9627 2767 or email dchanimaladoptions@iprimus.com.au or click below.

Thank you to Janine, Alison, Colleen, Tiana, Kersti, Pauline, and Patricia for their generous donations towards Lola. Her vet bills have now been fully covered.

See Lola’s success story »

Lola was adopted on 09 March 2011 after 5 days in foster care

Lola has sadly had additional veterinary expenses due to illness or injury. We are seeking sponsorship for Lola to help us cover some of those additional costs.

To help sponsor Lola you can donate securely online using the Give Now or Paypal on the links below.

Alternatively, you can contact us on 1300-88-93-40 or cheques can be sent to DCH Animal Adoptions, 44 Dingle St Riverstone NSW 2765.

  • British Bulldog
  • female
  • 01 March 2005
  • $300
  • Windsor area NSW
  • 04 March 2011
  • 09 March 2011

Animals in our Care

These animals have been rescued from various pounds and shelters by volunteer Foster Carers who provide the animal with a safe haven until they can be permanently rehomed. They are located throughout Sydney, Australia.

Please note that descriptions of breed, age and size are given in good faith and are based on assessment of the animal's features, together with veterinary opinion. We cannot guarantee the age and breed of any animal listed.

All dogs and cats listed come desexed, vaccinated, wormed, microchipped and heartworm tested.

Also have a look at our Dogs in Care pages for more dogs available for adoption.

Last updated: 04 March 2011