Layla is a COURTESY Listing. Please contact Stacie Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to adopt Layla.
Here is what Stacie has to say about Layla:
We have moved in my elderly mother who is very ill, and we need to rehome Layla. Layla likes to chase balls and play tug a war with a rope. Layla loves to hug and give kisses and is just an all around great dog. She is scared of her own shadow sometimes and tends to be clingy to you. She loves playing in kiddie pools when it is hot out and has been brought in at night to sleep in a kennel and during the day brought in due to heat or rain. She does good running loose in the house and just sits on the couch. She does get along great with my other 2 dogs, the girl more than the boy dog. Would say she is better with female dogs her size or bigger. She does like to chase and play with our other dogs and can be a little rough but they have a good time. She loves running and playing with them both. Layla does tend to chew her way out of wood board fences, so she needs a yard that she can't escape from. She has never been around cats. She would be a better fit with someone with no dogs, or a female dog her size or a little bit bigger.
Layla is 2 years old and had her first round of shots as a puppy and was fixed. Right now she is not up to date on shots and as far as the crate she stays in a crate when sleeping at night and when leave the house. Not potty trained that well. We do let her run through the house at times, then she will go sit on the couch. When another dog is in the house with her she gets more hyper and runs in the house playing with the other one. She is calmer by herself inside when it is just her.
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