Lola AmBulldog DofB ?2018 Comes End April ASAP

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Lola AmBulldog DofB ?2018 Comes End April ASAP

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Current Status: Available
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Lola's Story: Lola was found abandoned at the address of her breeder who happened to be handing her daughter, Clover, into a South Coast council pound the same day. Rescue Remedies offered a Rescue place saving her life. Lola will be neutered, chipped, and undergo vaccinations. Lola is coming in to our Rescue Centre nr Gatwick whilst awaiting her new family.

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Clover (Daughter)
Clover (Daughter)
Clover's progress through our Rescue is below.
We work with our dogs, who often reveal an evolving picture and positive skills as they build trust.

Original referral information: 2.4.24: At the time of collecting Clover, he also informed me that Clover’s mother had been dumped on his doorstep that day with no explanation. This dog is Lola. I took her in as stray regardless, mostly as it was heavily implied she would be by the end of the day anyway.

He also informed me that Clover had shown no destructive behaviours at all, and had only had one accident on the bed in the time she had been with him.

Lola has shown to be a bit dominating of both Clover and the XL that was in the property. She has been witnessed to mount both dogs in a dominance display and during assessment very much had to have the attention on her. However, this is mostly posturing. The only dominance concern has been at feeding time. She must be separated to feed or she can get snappy.

In their time together at the kennels, they have been playful with each other, and Lola’s presence has seemingly calmed Clover who isn’t having issues this time around. Neither really seem to care much for other dogs that were introduced to them either.

Both, as typical for the breed, are very human friendly and love to run around playing with toys, balls etc.

Neither is command trained well. Clover reacts to her name (she was called Zola by the breeder, so will occasionally react to that name and not Clover, we’re working on training in Clover) and will sit and paw on occasion.

Lola knows no commands at time of test, including her own name, likely had a different name outside of the breeder home.

Lola will come into RescueRemedies at the end of April or sooner
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