Meet Lora!! She weighs around 40 pounds and has a super soft, short brownish-black coat. We don’t know exactly what breed she is, but she looks like a pit bull/lab mix. She is medium height, but very muscular.
As a young puppy Lora and her littermates were found abandoned. They were taken into rescue and got into foster. When they were old enough, they traveled to New England. Lora was adopted, but unfortunately was recently returned when her original owners found that one of the children were allergic to her.
At 11 months old, Lora is very strong and close to fully grown. Lora is bundle of happy energy. She is always ready to play and wags her entire body when she gets excited. She will chase a ball for hours and is very affectionate. She loves to lay on her back on the couch and get her belly rubbed. Lora loves balls and chew toys, and will play for hours with her foster sister-dog. She loves other dogs and does well with older children, but her exuberance is probably not a great fit for a family with young children.
Lora is close to housebroken, but the occasional accident at a new home can happen. She knows to sit on command and doesn’t mind a car ride. She will happily sleep 8-10 hours through the night in her bed. If left alone for too long, though, she will find ways to entertain herself that her owners won’t appreciate, so making sure she gets lots of exercise is important, and introducing crate training may be necessary. She is a very smart puppy who will learn quickly when her new family begins consistent training. Overall Lora is a sweet girl who deserves her forever home with a family of her own.