Live in the Studio: Lola, Future DOG-TV Anchor
Lola does weather, anchors (from both behind and on top of the desk) and knows how to stop an audition to freshen up her make up.
Every Thursday KTVA CBS 11 heads down to Anchorage Animal Care and Control to meet our Pet of the Week…but this week is an exception.
Instead of heading to Anchorage Animal Care and Control, our Pet of the Week decided to stop by the studio.
For most aspiring on-air talent, auditions can be tiring but not for eight-year-old Lola.
This terrier mix is the ultimate triple threat –she does weather, she can anchor (from both behind and on top of the desk) and, she knows how to stop an audition to freshen up her make up.
Frankly, after only ten minutes with Lola, Morning Show Meteorologist Eric Snitil had some concerns about his job.
“I think she could give you a run for your money,” laughed Tina O'Shea of Anchorage Animal Care and Control.
Lola likes to go on hikes, loves to cuddle and doesn't have a mean bone in her body.
But if she's going to make it in this business, she's really going to have to focus…we'll work on it.
Lola gets along well with people, but shelter workers hope to find a family for her with kids older than eight years old. She's only $42 to adopt and is already spayed and vaccinated.