11/28/17: Lola is more shy at first but very easy going. She will lay on her own and do her own thing. Super sweet though. Definitely does not eat her food fast, likes to chew kibble by kibble (so I had to guard her so Keenah wouldn’t inhale her food, ha!). Lola did great with my son – she let him climb all over her. She does great with other dogs too. Lola was very excited about my cats. She would never ever hurt them, but she would bark with excitement and chase them if they ran (but not in a bad or aggressive way, just a playful curious way). She also is completely housebroken and did well in her crate while I was not in the house.

11/21/17 FOSTER UPDATE:  A wonderful friend to CLR is fostering these two pups over the holiday and let us know she could not believe how wonderful and easy they were.  She only had accolades for them and we wanted to make sure we shared this with potential adopters.  They have so much fun in daycare and do great with other pups too.  Neither has had any accidents in her home and other than learning commands for their safety, we think they are just fantastic dogs.

11/1/17: UPDATE:  Loala and Keenah were returned today because their adopters realized they made a commitment they were not ready for.  They are a very bonded pair, and they reported there was nothing negative in their behavior, with exception of possibly being too interested in their cat.  It is our hope they can be adopted together, or at least with a canine sibling. As with the majority of rescues, they should be able to adjust to cats and change if given enough time to transition to a new home. Now, they are back in our care waiting patiently for their family.

10/21/17 UPDATE:  This beautiful girl is a well-mannered pup who engages beautifully with everyone.  Every comment about her was so complimentary, and we were all so impressed by her disposition and personality.