coming soon, before and after success stories of Lola's Dogs And adoptable friends and their Bios
Many happy endings here at Lola's Dog Rescue. It's not always perfect of course. We lose dogs to Parvo, some get run over before we can get them into our shelter, some have puppies that don't survive before we can get them spayed but MOSTLY...Thankfully! We have saved, spayed, neutered, exported, re-homed and housed more than 60 dogs.
I do what I can and with the help of donations and supporters I can continue this work. Gracias.
Dusty! November 2021 I found him on the side of a road with a wire around his neck digging into his skin. Starved and with a huge gash on his leg, probably from escaping wherever he was. He's a big noble fellow maybe a Xolo mix (the hairless dogs have a coated version) luckily it was on a Saturday and the mobile vet was still in town, I called him to help. I took the wire off his neck and carried him home. Dusty's a big boy. The vet gave him a sedative because he was aggressive around men it seemed. I put him in quarantine (the laundry room) for a few days to see what happened. He was not aggressive. But he was severely dehydrated and with electrolytes and buckets of water he finally peed the foamiest oddest pee I've seen from a dog. He ate a little more each day and I pulled the ticks from his big ears and gave him sponge baths. Today he can walk on a leash, he's strong, gentle and loving. He scares people who are afraid of dogs (everyone in this town) but he's only a threat if you are.