Lola Lola Lola


Listed November 23, 2018

Age: yrs.

Gender: Female

Weight: Not Specified

Adult Size: 11-25 lbs.

Fixed: Yes

Shots: No

Breed:Pit Bull Terrier

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Pit Bull Terrier / Mixed

Special Needs

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You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Lola is a true sweetheart! This precious three year old girl was dropped off at the Yolo County shelter as a stray after another dog attacked her. Here in San Francisco to start her next chapter, this girl has won over our hearts with her happy personality and fantastic manners. She has wonderful manners in public, so much so that we think she probably used to have a family.  She has been great with other dogs in our shelter as well. She also loves to ride in the car! We think this great girl would make a fantastic first dog and a wonderful, grateful family member.  Please stop by and ask for Lola!

Adoption Fee Details

If you're interested in ADOPTING here are a few things you should know:


All our adoptions begin with a two week trial. You can return the dog for any reason during that period. It's important to us that you have time to make sure your chosen dog is a good fit.


Our adoption fee is sliding scale beginning at $300.  Our fees go to support the cost of our program, much of which is veterinary care. It is expensive, so if you're able, we ask you to be generous. 


We also offer a free veterinary visit at either Mission Pet Hospital or the S.F. SPCA. The SPCA also offers 50% off any services they recommend during that visit.


Our friends at S.F. Puppy Prep offer a discount to our small dog adopters if you want to take your dog for training at their terrific facility. And we usually have discount coupons on hand for some of our local retail partners to help you get started with your basic doggie supplies.


Our dogs are up to date on their shots and either spayed or neutered when you take them home, or we arrange for the spay or neuter shortly thereafter.  Most of our dogs are also microchipped.