Lola, from the United For Animals organization will travel to Germany within weeks. She’ll be waiting for a loving family in the care of a local Dalmatian rescue organization. We hope she’ll soon find a sweet home. 🙂
Lola – 3 years old Dalmatian lady (Mátészalka)
Mediated dog to be rehomed – United For Animals Hungary :
“Lola was taken to the shelter by her owners. Purebred Dalmatian girl, approx. 3 years old. Playful and friendly with people and gets along well with other dogs of all type. Adoption is possible only after sterilization. What’s quite interesting in her story (or rather shocking) is that according to the ex-owner, he received Lola from a woman, who stated that she was working for the organization. That’s why he took the dog “back” to them. The reason was that Lola killed a few chicken… Well, the problem with this story is that since 2010 they give out dogs with a microchip and with an adoption contract. This dog has no microchip, no contract, not even a vaccination against Rabies according to the vaccination booklet and she’s not in our database.
Now Lola is vaccinated (Rabies and combined), microchipped, dewormed and she can be adopted only after sterilization with an adoption contract. Recommended for families with a family house (or flat), where she’s allowed to go and sleep inside.”
For more information about Lola, please write to the United For Animals:
Or: firstname.lastname@example.org (LOLA)