***For every comment* left on Love and a Six-Foot Leash posts from December 15th-December 31st 2010, we will donate one pound of high-quality dog food to Lollie’s sugar daddy, the Montgomery County Humane Society. Together, by spreading the word about adoptable Lollie Wonderdog, we can find her a forever home!!***
This is the third in our new weekly series on what makes sweet Lollie Wonderdog so very adoptable. Although there are endless adoptability factors we could list, we are limiting this to a weekly series so we don’t overwhelm you too much.
Adoptability factor archive: 1: Snugglability 2: Trainability
my right side is my best side . . . as is my left side
Nobody wants to admit that they’re superficial, but come on. We all are, a little bit. And let’s face it: Lollie is just a stunning dog. She’s got it all: those soulful, sensitive eyes; that model’s bone structure in her face; those beautifully-shaped, expressive ears; her perfectly-distributed brindle patches; and the rippling muscles in her broad chest and shoulders, tiny waist, and sculpted hips and legs. It’s enough to drive anyone crazy.
When we take her out, it’s hard to even walk down the street without being stopped by strangers every 30 seconds—“your dog is so gorgeous,” they all say. “And what a sweetheart,” as soon as she turns on the charm. “Indeed,” we reply. “Indeed.”
*up to 250 lbs of food; no multiple posts in a row by the same contributor