Bull Terrier
Picture of Lola, a female Bull Terrier

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Home:Richmond, a  
Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Lady Lola, Piglet, Wiglet, Lola Bean, Lolita

Quick Bio:

Peanutbutter Kongs, Hangin' with her Sisters, Snuggling with my Mama

Cranky next door neighbor's cat, being aroused out of a warm bed

Favorite Toy:
The next door neighbor's cat, purple stuffed bear, any Leather left on the floor

Favorite Food:
Trash Can, and whatever her sister's are eating

Favorite Walk:
Point Isabel, Any hike that involves her Posse..especially with Cows

Arrival Story:
June 2010 It is with great sadness to report that Lola is no longer with us. Tracy had noticed she was acting funny, coughing and not her rambunctious self. After a couple trips to the vet, Lola was diagnosed with Cancer in her lungs and most likely in her spine. After two agonizing weeks of trying to keep her comfortable while she waited for confirmation from the lab tests...Lola, in her own way, let Tracy know that it was time to go home....and it was OK. She was resting easy in her most favorite place to nap (on the couch) surrounded by me and her ever-loving mother, Tracy. Lola was laid to rest next to her big brother, Butkus, overlooking the vineyards in Sonoma Valley. She was Loved! Lola is gone but will not be forgotten. She is the namesake of Catahoula Coffee's best selling coffee blend; The Lola Blend - She's so Sweet! .................................. . June 2003 After losing our beloved Butkus, I was convinced that some day I would have another Bull Terrier, I just didn't realized that day would come so soon. I became involved with the Bull Terrier Rescue to help out with what little time I had available. After traveling up to visit to play with the ones who are to be adopted out. One visit we took the girls up for introduction to Bud, however it was not a good fit. Bless his soul, he just had too rough of life. But I remembered one little girl on a previous visit, Lola. She was already being reluctantly adopted to another. But we pressed the issue meeting her again with the dogs despite recent knee surgery. They all got along...but she was promised to another. We made a strong point to let us know if, for some reason, it doesn't work out. One week prior to leaving on a vacation...we got the call. She would be mine if I was still interested. Needless to say....I couldn't wait for the vacation to end and get back to pick up my Lola. Tracy

Bull Terrier Rescue - (A Great Organization) Lola started and lived her life in a Puppy Mill in Sacramento. She was roughly three years old and mother several times over. She was rescued and transferred to Bull Terrier Rescue. With the unknown history of a Puppy Mill, she was in dire shape physically and her knee needing an operation immediately, thus could not be adopted out until she healed. She was promised to someone else who was replacing their beloved dog who had recently passed away after eleven years. Though there was some concern about Lola being in a home that also had a bird. The adoptee was vigoroursly warned do NOT let them, the dog and bird, together. Lola was on her way back to Bull Terrier Rescue within the FIRST hour. Apparently the adoptee allowed the two together and left the room. I am sure Lola was disappointed that such a realistic toy only Squeaked once!

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March 29th 2004 More than 12 years!

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