Good golly, Miss Lolly! Talk about liking a little sugar with your hound dog, Lolly is sweeter than candy on a stick. This three-year-old Redbone Coonhound mix came to the Blount County Animal Center shelter in Tennessee on March 24th. She had been picked up as a very skinny stray wandering in the woods in a rural area.
On April 13th, Kristin Baksa from the shelter contacted RADAR. She told us that the shelter gets overrun this time of year with abandoned hunting hounds. Lolly was nervous in the shelter, and Kristin was worried that she would develop serious behavior issues, which these hounds often do. Kristin found Lolly a foster who could give her some consistent love and training.
Kristin asked RADAR to help with the cost of Lolly’s heartworm treatment and we agreed. Lolly had her heartworm treatment the next day.
Lolly is very affectionate and loves people. She has an infectious smile and a nose ready to find your missing slipper! She is good with dogs and cats, and she’s not an excessive barker (surprise!). She has flourished in foster care, and is a calm, happy dog inside and out. Oh, and about that sugar: if you have a sweet tooth, Lolly can satisfy that craving! To view more photos of Lolly, click here.
RADAR paid $250 towards Lolly’s heartworm treatment costs.
UPDATE! All funds for Lolly have been raised! Thank you!
UPDATE! Lolly has been adopted!
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Added on April 30, 2015.