Lolly, a rescued dog from a puppy mill in Iowa, became a "helper dog" at the ASPCA Behavioral Rehabilitation Center in North Carolina. After receiving initial treatment for various health problems, Lolly was trained to overcome her fear and under socialization. She now lives with her forever family, including Dr. Ashley Eisenback, DVM, the senior director of veterinary services at the BRC. Lolly also visits the center often to serve as a helper dog for other dogs in the program. The ASPCA encourages everyone to fight for the dogs in commercial breeding facilities and hold the USDA accountable for protecting those animals.