LOLA – A1082604
Safe - 7-30-2016 Manhattan
LOLA – A1082604
***SAFER : AVERAGE HOME***
SPAYED FEMALE, BLACK / RED, ROTTWEILER, 1 yr, 5 mos
OWNER SUR – ONHOLDHERE, HOLD RELEASED Reason ALLERGIES
Intake condition EXAM REQ Intake Date 07/25/2016, From NY 10469, DueOut Date 07/25/2016,
Medical Behavior Evaluation BLUE
Medical Summary BARH scan pos#985112005461763 hyper, nervous mild tartar spayed as per owner slightly dirty coat NOSF
A Volunteer writes: Calling all the Rotties lovers…. Beautiful Lola is waiting for you at the Manhattan Care Center!!! She was found in an abandoned apartment as a puppy but unfortunately her finders could not keep her as a new family member developed allergies to her dander. Lola comes with stellar recommendations. Great with children of all ages.. playing with them, allowing them to climb on her back and even pull her tongue(I would not agree with this..), friendly with strangers, house trained, free of guarding issues, well mannered and behaved when alone in the house, very affectionate and protective with measure of her family. She lived happily with a little dogs and did not chase cats in the street.You can not look at Lola and not melt. Her eyes get right through you and you …just fall in love. She is all girl, she is charming and irresistible. Lola is a dream to walk. She enjoys company and a stroll though the park. She likes the sight of children running around, is respectful of little and big dogs passing by, zooming bikes do not bother her and she is fine with strangers striking a conversation with me when we sit tightly together on a bench.Few connoisseurs of the breed could not hold their admiration and had to comment about her beauty and good behavior. I love Rottweilers and Lola would be my choice if I could have her…Come and meet her at the Manhattan Care Center. She is a gem, a golden girl who will bring joy and fun to your life…Take her home and make her your forever best friend…
Lola is a 1.5 year old spayed Rottweiler. Her family got her at 2 months old from an abandoned apt and surrendered her because the new baby has allergies. Lola had caught her front right dew claw on something recently and was treated by a vet.
Lola is friendly/outgoing w/ new people. She lived w/ a child from 0-2 months old and has had children of all ages visit. She’s relaxed, playful, and very tolerant w/ them, allowing them to climb on her and pull her tongue. She plays gently w/ children and exuberantly w/ adults. She lived w/ a small male dog and met dogs outside. She’s relaxed, playful, tolerant, and plays exuberantly w/ all dogs. If a dog barks or growls at her, she cowers on the ground and/or runs away. She met a cat outside and was relaxed and sniffed him. She’s never bit anyone.
Lola doesn’t mind storms. She doesn’t mind when someone takes food/treat/toys from her (her owner reports that anyone can easily take anything from her mouth). She doesn’t mind when someone holds/restrains her, moves her off furniture, or wakes her up. She loves bring brushed, is nervous during baths, and had her nails trimmed at the groomer’s. She is friendly w/ strangers who enter her home. She doesn’t mind when strangers approach the adults in her family. When strangers come over, she lies next to the baby and if the strangers approach him, she will growl until/unless her adult owners tell her it’s okay. Then, she relaxes.
Lola’s family describes her as friendly, affectionate, playful, mellow, and medium energy. She follows them and tries to cuddle w/ them in their laps. She plays fetch, chase, and tug and likes stuffed and rope toys. She lived inside and slept in her owner’s room or her open pop-up crate. She ate dry large breed Authority dog food and enjoys treats. She’s housetrained, pottied anywhere outside, and didn’t have accidents. She’s well-behaved while home alone inside or in the yard w/ a 4′ chain link fence. In the past, through ~10 months of age, she was anxious while at home alone and would potty #1 and #2 in her open crate. Her owners began keeping her in a room that was away from the door, w/out her crate. She no longer had accidents. Now, she has free-roam of the home and is well-behaved. She sits, comes, and lies down when asked. She goes for brisk walks and runs. She pulled on her leash in the past but rarely does anymore. Off-leash, she constantly looks back at her owner to see if it’s ok for her to continue walking.
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