Schofthoogte: 46 cm
Gewicht: 16 kg
Gezondheid: goed Houding tov volwassenen: goed
Houding tov kinderen: goed
Houding tov teefjes: goed
Houding tov reutjes: goed
Houding tov katten: goed
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Lora was caught and brought to the shelter along with other dogs. Probably, the owners let her out for a walk on her own – this happens often, unfortunately. And Lora never returned home, because she was caught. At first glance at Lora, you immediately understand that this is definitely a domestic dog. She is well-mannered, friendly, she communicates well with all people and with other dogs.
Lora walked calmly on a leash. She always listened to what the volunteer said to her and understood what was wanted from her. Lora is a very sentimental dog. The worker at the shelter noticed that when there were no volunteers, she was very sad and did not even want to leave the booth. But when the volunteers came, Lora was happy and it seemed that this joy would never end. She jumped up in the aviary and barked loudly, as if she wanted to say: “Come on, open the aviary, let’s go for a walk!” She approached the volunteer, clung to them, and then tried to climb into their arms. And the volunteers realized that the shelter, of course, was not for this dog.
After consulting with each other, they decided to take Lora from the shelter and look for her a home and a loving owner. And so they did. On the way to overexposure, Lora behaved calmly in the car. Now this wonderful dog lives in a country house.
She really likes her new temporary owners – a man and a woman. They walk with Lora around the neighborhood, enjoying these pleasant walks and the company of the dog. And our Lora walks with her head held high as if bragging to passers-by: “Look, and now I also have my masters.” And the owners write to the volunteers: “Your Lora is just gold, not a dog!”
Lora also runs around the house, in the garden, with other dogs. Lora is very friendly and not at all aggressive towards other dogs. She is fed twice a day, her beautiful coat is combed out. Lora’s appetite is good. She eats both dry and wet food. Lora is easy to train. She knows the command “sit” and “give the paw”. Lora would suit both a country house and a farm with different animals, and most importantly – with at least one more dog, friend or girlfriend.
It will be a great happiness for this smart little dog to find a loving owner, with whom it is great just to walk alongside through life.