Adoption Pending

7 Years

44 lbs
Fenced yard preferred

Please meet the incredible Lotta! Lotta is a petite 7-year-old diamond in the rough.

Lotta is an incredibly sweet girl that just wants to be the center of your world! She is super sweet with her human friends but prefers to be the only dog in the home, after all that is her kingdom. Everyone who meets Lotta falls instantly in love, which is no surprise due to her loving nature.  Lotta adores belly rubs, neck scratches and butt rubs. 

Lotta is house trained and will ask to go outside if needed. She is crate trained and will crate up on command. Lotta has no formal training and is just learning “sit” and “come” at her foster home. A fenced yard is a plus and children over 10 years old for this girl since she needs to learn basic commands and will occasionally rush in and out of doors. She will benefit from obedience classes as she enjoys training while taking treats very gently. Lotta does great when being groomed but a bit fussy with her nails. She is not a fan of getting in cars but will settle in nicely once you put her in the car. She jumps out just fine.

Lotta loves going for walks and does well on a leash. She also loves playing with plush toys and she plays very politely. She is a morning girl and wakes up with a huge smile on her face, loads of tail wags and will quickly grab a toy to play with. Lotta does the same happy girl routine when her foster mom comes home from work. After her walks and some play, she settles nicely and just wants to hang with you and be your shadow. 

There is a Lots of Lotta Love in this little package! At her most recent vet visit the vet commented on what a great dog she is and how lucky her forever home is going to be. We couldn’t agree more! She is an amazing girl looking for her equally amazing forever home, could it be yours?

We are not accepting applications at this time for this particular dog. You can submit an application if you are interested in being matched with another current or future dog.

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