Okay, so I first mentioned Lola in my friend Rachel's blog... I am totally in love with this dog. [The dog that is the background of the blog. ] She is a Newfoundland and black lab mix, super sweet and super gentle, I mentioned that she got adopted, and that I was sad about it but happy that she got her new home. On Saturday I went to the animal shelter and walked into the dog room, I wasn't surprised to see another dog in her kennel, since I figured she had already gone to a new home. I stopped and pet the dog in her kennel for a minute, and looked over a few kennels down... Can you guess who was in there? My big fluffy Lola. I walked over to her Kennel and pet her and loved on her, the adoptive family changed their minds. I took her outside to play, she played with a cute little pit bull named Buddy for a while, but then got bored with him and decided she wanted to play with me, so I ran around with her for a little bit, then I got tired so I sat on the bench. Lola got upset that I wasn't paying attention to her for a minute, so she ran over to her water bowl, splashed all of the water out of it and picked it up in her mouth and gave me this look, like 'What are you gonna do now?' She ran off with it in her mouth. I was laughing and she stopped and looked at me. She looked so happy!!! She was looking like she was smiling kind of. So, I did what she wanted me to do and I ran after her. She dropped her water bowl and I picked it up and put it back, then chased her around for a while, then she got tired and since she splashed all of her water all over the place she decided it was time to go inside, so I walked over to the door, made sure that they were finished inside her kennel cleaning and everything. I held her collar so she couldn't get away, and I walked her to her kennel. I am so in love with that dog... I am trying to convince my mom to adopt her, but the problem is my landlord said no pets... My mom said she is going to try to offer him a deposit so that he will allow her; we have the perfect house for her!!! She would be the only dog, have a big yard to run in that's all fenced off, and a loving family... And a big bed to sleep in... She would totally love it here I think. I get so happy when I get to go see her and I think that she gets happy to see me too. She always seems excited. Lola is a great dog, but because she is so big, not a lot of people want to adopt her... It makes me sad, because she deserves the best home a dog could have.