Nola (Underdog in Foster)

  • Animal ID


  • Breed

    Dutch Shepherd

  • Age

    2 years 7 months

  • Size

    57 pounds

  • Sex


  • Housetrained


  • Location

    Louisiana SPCA

  • Intake Date


  • Adoption Price


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Meet Nola! Nola is a beautiful, smart, affectionate young shepherd with a tiger-striped coat and a playful spirit. Nola is always ready for an adventure! If you're looking for an active companion to get out there and do fun activities with Nola is your girl. Her natural athleticism makes her the perfect jogging, fetch, or frisbee partner, and if you're looking to get more involved in the community you could even join a sports club and participate in different events such as agility and obedience with her! Like a typical New Orleanian, Nola loves enjoying beignets after exercising. She especially loves beignets if they include hanging out with you in City Park. Nola already knows "sit" and learned her name in a day. She is very treat motivated and will be easy to continue training. She bonds quickly to her people and gets very excited to see you, even if you've only been gone 5 minutes (adorable).

Nola would thrive in a loving, active home where she can be a part of the family. Nola is spayed, microchipped, and up to date on vaccines. She also comes with a FREE training session from GoodPup to help you build a strong bond from the start. If you're ready to add some excitement and joy to your life, please consider welcoming Nola into your home. This cutie won't last long so come meet her on the New Orleans Campus, at 1700 Mardi Gras Blvd. She can't wait to meet you!

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