LOLA the Patterdale Terrier has been in care for more than a year and is currently at RSPCA Bryn-Y-Maen Animal Centre in Upper Colwyn Bay.
The seven-year-old terrier came into the charity’s care after there were concerns for her welfare. Lola is typical of her breed and has a lovely nature and bags of energy.
Centre manager Vicky Williams said: “Lola is such a sweet little terrier and we’re hoping this special appeal will help find her a
forever home she truly deserves. “Despite her poor start in life Lola is a typical terrier and is always on the go and is super smart! That being said, she can be an anxious little dog so we are looking for a very special person or family to give Lola her second chance at life. “Typical of her terrier nature Lola can be quite an independent little character but she enjoys a fuss and absolutely LOVES playing with toys!”
Lola is looking for an adult only home or possibly a family with older teens and would need to be the only pet in the home. A garden with a terrier safe fencing of around six feet would also be needed – even though Lola is small she is capable of jumping quite a height!
Vicky added: “We are looking to support her new owners with Lola’s special needs so we are looking to send Lola to her new home on a foster basis initially. Due to the support needed any home would need to be no more than an hour’s drive from our centre to facilitate visits to the home when necessary.”
If you would like to express an interest in Lola – please visit her Find A Pet page to fill out an application form and send this to
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