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Once Confined, Lola Looks for a Home with Tennis Balls

Lola, who was returned to the SPC School of Veterinary Technology by her first family, is ready to leave college life for a real home.

Lola has had a hard run. She's a playful dog who'd love to have a good home, but her first family didn't check with the landlord. She was returned to the SPC School of Veterinary Technology.

Lola knows lots of great tricks and is well-trained. She would do best in a home without small children, only because she loves to play hard and may knock down little ones. Make sure to have tennis balls for her! Those are her favorite!

How to Adopt

Lola is ready to go to her forever home. The adoption fee is $40 and includes the first set of shots, spaying or neutering, a collar and leash, a bag of food, microchipping, one month of heartworm and flea prevention. All you have to do is give Lola a good home.

Adopt Lola, and we will feature your photo with your new pet on Patch, too.

The SPC Vet Tech School is located at 12376 Ulmerton Road in Largo. The staff requests that visitors come by to see Lola between 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. 

For more information on Lola and the other adorable animals at the SPC Vet Tech School, check out their website

What Is the SPC Vet Tech School?

The tech school is part of St. Pete College and is conveniently located next door to Pinellas County Animal Services. The school works with some animals from Pinellas County Animal Services to help socialize and ready them for permanenet adoption in a forever home. Lovable Lola is an example.

Here is information from the school's website:

"SPC’s new $11 million, Veterinary Technology facility boasts more than 32,000 square feet of state-of-the-art classrooms, labs, surgery and x-ray suites, kennels and offices. Located next door to Pinellas County Animal Services on Ulmerton Road, the convenient location will make it easy for SPC students to get valuable work experience and for county services to get a volunteer boost."


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