"She was 8 weeks old when he got her, and he could never take enough time to take care of her and train her, so he kept her in a crate," Robelli said. "Then his work hours changed, and he started keeping her in this crate 24/7. She was pooping in her crate, she was eating in her crate - everything. She had sores on her legs for the crate being too small, and she had no socialization."
Since Lola had been kept inside a crate for so long, she used to be a very hyper dog, according to Robelli. "You couldn't calm her down," Robelli said. "The more stressed she got, the more high-strung she got."