Lovely LOLA (#A1943345) was surrendered to the East Valley Animal Shelter because her family was unable to care for the mass that has grown on her. There is an offer to get the mass removed, but Jill Dyche needs someone who will offer to foster LOLA while she recovers after the surgery. If you or someone you know can open your heart and home to 9-year-old LOLA, please let Jill know. I know it's a longshot, but we have to try. 9 year-old Lola's family dumped her at East Valley because they could not care for her masses. You can see them in the first photo. Shelter staff report that Lola is a great dog. Her family shared that she is a happy girl who loves playing fetch and knows 'sit, stay, and come' commands. Her notes say that 'Lola is very friendly and affectionate.' She is quiet in her kennel. So now the ask: if we take care of Lola's mammary masses, can someone foster her during recovery? As a rescue we are under no illusion that senior Stafi / Lab are tough to place. But Lola has been a family member and, with those masses, the shelter won't keep her around for long. Someone reading this could help. Looking for a minimum 6-week foster commitment, pref no other pets to give her a quiet home where she can heal, all expenses paid. Please PM me if you can help.