Lively Lola is looking for a household to match her energy
TNews from the Hillingdon, Slough, Windsor, Kingston and District branch HE RSP Hillingdon, Slough, Windsor, Kingston, District Branch has many animals that are looking for a new home but this week we are asking if there are two special homes for these two adorable dogs. This Chug needs a hug! Lola is a chihuahua crossed with a pug, which gives you a very special animal indeed.
Our ‘wild child’, loveable Lola, aged five or six months old, was brought to us when her owner couldn’t cope with her puppy antics, having failed to provide this poor girl with any proper socialisation, house training or guidance on acceptable behaviour.
After almost a month in foster care, Lola has made progress with house and crate-training and her social skills are improving.
She is good with other dogs and people she knows, although she can be a little defensive on first meetings. She is an incredibly lively and vocal dog with lots of attitude, who needs an active home where her energies can be suitably channelled.
When she is tired of bouncing around, Lola is very loving and sweet and likes nothing better than to curl up on a lap for a snooze. She still has lots to learn about life, and, with the challenges she presents, is not for the first-time owner.
Ideally we would like her to go to a home with dog training experience, where she can be helped to continue to overcome the problems arising from her poor start in life.
If you have the love, understanding and dog ownership experience to offer Lola, please get in touch.
Daisy is a two-year-old Yorkshire terrier who has also been crossed with a chihuahua – we won’t even attempt to come up with a name for that!
She came to us as her owners didn’t have time for her, and is a little nervous at first when meeting new people. Once she knows you she is very loving and likes giving kisses.
Although Daisy is a tiny little dog, she has a huge character and loves her walks and playing with her toys. She gets on well with cats and other dogs, but she does like to make sure that they know she’s the boss!
Daisy would prefer a home without children, where someone will be at home with her for most of the time, and she would benefit from training and further socialisation.
We’d love to hear from you if you think you could offer our delightful Daisy her perfect forever home.
If you think you can offer our loveable little girls, Lola or Daisy, a loving home, please ring the RSPCA Hillingdon, Slough, Windsor, Kingston and District branch on 01895 833 417, or visit www.rspca hillingdonclinic.org.uk to download an application form. FINALLY, some great news. Fluffy and Happy, the two rabbits featured last week, found a home within days of the Gazette hitting the streets.
The RSPCA thanks our readers for giving these two animals a brighter future.
The RSPCA Hillingdon clinic relies mainly on donations and volunteers.
Because of the increasing number of animals in need of our help we in turn are need more volunteers.
This can include carrying out home checks, reception work at a very busy veterinary clinic, dog walking, helping us with fundraising events or anything else you think you can offer.
If you would like to apply to become a volunteer with us, please visit www. rspcahillingdonclinic.org.uk/Volunteer.htm, where you can download our application form and find out more about opportunities in the area. Thank you.
n CHARACTERS: (Above) Lola; (left) Daisy