Lola, the French Bulldog, loves to sing, and her parents, Rachel and Matt, cannot get enough of it. They watch Lola throw back her head and sing her guts out.
She is like a singing potato and loves the sound of her own voice. Whenever Lola sings, she uses her entire body for an emotional performance.
Lola needs and wants to be the center of attention. Matt and Rachel are her audiences, and she makes sure that they can hear her. She gets really consumed by her singing.
Rachel explains that Lola has always been vocal and Matt says that everything about her feels like a diva. Lola knows what she wants, and she is determined and specific.
She wants to be involved in everything, and she rules their house. Lola is also expressive with her face, and Matt feels constantly judged by her.
There is never a silent moment with Lola. She has a different sound or noise for every situation or emotion. She squeaks when she eats and purrs when she is excited.
Rachel and Matt see Lola as their baby, kid, and entire life. Lola knows how much they love her, and she is attached to both of them. She is the best thing to have ever happened to them.