Lola was a very happy and spoiled dog, she was family, loved and cared for just like a child. Even though she was very small in size, she had a giant personality, adventurous and fearless. She enjoyed smelling and feeling the breeze in her face while closing her eyes (that face of happiness and joy would make anybody smile), as well as finding the perfect spot under the sun to lay and take the longest nap.
Chasing the shore wash and little crabs was few of the things she loved every time we went for a walk to the beach. She always wanted all the attention, she would bark to let us know she already wanted to go to bed, or walk with us all around the house whenever she saw us putting our shoes on so we did not leave her behind, she just wanted to be included in every single thing we did, so much so, even when going to the drive thru at Starbucks, she was already staring at the window with her pointy ears all excited to get her well deserved puppy cup.
She also enjoyed relaxing music for dogs all day as well as her rides in the stoller when her back legs got too tired for the long walks. She had a long happy life.