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2015 Rescue Kerries Placed: Maggie Mae, was Lola

 

© 2015 Kerry Blue Terrier Foundation

Lola renamed Maggie Mae
A Lively 7-Year Old Kerry Girl

Lola was turned into the Foundation with 2 other Kerries. The owner was having health and family problems and could no longer keep her. She did not get along with other dogs and was very high spirited.

A foster family was found and they took her in to evaluate her and take her to be vetted. Lola had eye infections and a little ongoing diarrhea. She tested out to be very dog aggressive but a huge people lover. The foster family fell in love with her and felt like they had the Kerry experience to show her a calmer and more comfortable life. They had recently lost their much loved female Kerry. The foster dad paid the donation fee and adopted Lola as a gift to Lola's foster mom for her birthday.

Lola is happy in her new home. The foster mom states that she refuses to ever go outside by herself......a real hardship in the snowy winter of 2015! That's what we call love.

Lola's name has been changed to Maggie Mae.

She is living in Pennsylvania.

 

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