Lola

  • Bulldog
  • Female
  • 1 Year

Lola has a cheeky, mischievous personality but extremely loving and cuddly. Lola is a strong young lady and needs to be walked on a harness. She needs an experienced owner in bull breeds who understands brachycephalic and how Lola may struggle in warmer weather, unable to cool herself down properly. Placing her at an extreme risk for developing heatstroke or heat exhaustion.

Lola will benefit from further training and will need someone at home most of the time as she has been known to be destructive when left for too long.

Lola can be rehomed with another dog, preferably a male who will be comfortable with her boisterous nature. In the right home Lola will make a fantastic addition to an active family.

Things to know

Our assessment and information on this animal suggest the following:

  • I may live with dogs
  • I cannot live with cats
  • I may live with secondary school age children

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Information on Rehoming

Adoption Prices

£165. Pets over 10 years old may be subject to a reduced adoption fee

Adoption fee includes:

  • initial course of standard vaccinations
  • up to date worm and flea treatment
  • micro-chipping
  • neutering
  • identity disc
  • signs of ill health are covered by our Centre Vet for the first 2 weeks
  • four weeks free insurance with Pet Plan
  • an information book

About the procedure

Why Rehome From RSPCA Radcliffe

All our animals are under a full rehabilitation programme involving behavioural assessments and monitoring. This helps us achieve the best possible match.

We have experienced and knowledgeable staff on hand that spend time with each animal and are therefore able to give you an insight into their temperament and suitability to your lifestyle.

We have a purpose-built area that simulates a home garden environment and provides adoptees with the opportunity meet and greet their potential pet on a one-to-one basis. Similarly over in the cattery we have an adoption room where you can play and give your potential new cat or kitten lots of fuss!

We recommend that you come back and visit your new pet as much as you can to ensure it is the right one for you.

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When Fred came to the shelter he was in a very sorry state,  but thankfully through care and rehabilitation he made a full recovery and went on to find his forever home where he is living the best life.

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