Forever Home Wanted: Meet Leia!!
Leia is an Armenian Gampr dog, which is a breed used to protect livestock from predators, so she is not the average house dog. Leia was found tied to a tree, in a park, in Huntington Beach around the 4th of July. She was taken to the Orange Co Shelter in hopes that someone would come looking for her. She was scared, so scared she would just sit in the corner of her kennel and hide. She was not put up for public adoption and was immediately put on the euthanasia list. One of our volunteers spent time with her and asked if we could help...we said yes.
Leia is very reserved, shy and unsure of new things. She is doing great with our volunteers and seems to be getting used to more and more of the sounds of the city. She appears to be good with other dogs, learning the leash and basic commands. She is a big girl, tall and should be about 120 pounds.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out our online application at www.labradorsandfriends.org Leia is located in Southern California.
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