Nilla came into the shelter as a stray so her past is unknown. An average rated beauty, she quickly caught the attention of a foster who wanted to save her life. Unfortunately for Nilla this person would just be another who would disappoint her. Rejected by her foster for being “too strong” and wanting to chase cats Nilla was moved to boarding after only being in their house for 10 minutes.
Based on her evaluation at the shelter we believe that Nilla would do well with an average family who has the ability/strength to handle a large dog. No small dogs or cats please and children middle school age or older just due to her size.
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