Meet Lola

AgeAdult BreedBeagle/Hound Sexfemale, spayed

Lola arrived at the LAP on Jan. 22, 2018 from the RCACP. She was an owner release to the pound. She is delightful! All medical work has been done along with worming, chipping and flea and tick treatment. Lola attended Herc's Haven dog training school for one month in July. She had a delightful time there and loved the owners and the staff. She loved it so much she didn't want to return to the LAP Shelter. Lola has learned to enjoy visitors and not try to scare them away. It's difficult to adopt a dog when that animal doesn't want anything to do with a potential new mom or dad. Lola will make a wonderful companion with the right family that understands her pros and cons. There are many many more pro remarks from everyone at the LAP than the con. Her yard must be fenced! Lola is about 45 pound - maybe a bit more. She is a mix of Beagle/Hound. She joined the shelter in January of 2018 and needs her own home and family so badly. Lola is sponsored by: Jerry and Pamela Altieri Photography: Teresa Powell

How to Adopt


Visit her at League for Animal Protection to get acquainted. Call or go to their website to familiarize yourself with what you'll need to begin the adoption process. Remember, adoption is a lifetime commitment, one full of love and reward but also financial and personal responsibility. Take the time to prepare, commit, and fall in love for a lifetime.

League for Animal Protection
PO Box 561
603 Poor Farm Road
Fincastle, VA 24090
(540) 473-3853