Layla suddenly has found herself without a home and is super sad. She is so sweet and tiny. She loves kids and all people and would love a family of her own. Layla is a super stocky girl. Layla is looking for a foster OR adoptive home.
If you think you might like to adopt the above listed boxer or one of our other dogs, please visit our website at www.mtbr.org and fill out an online application; it does not commit you to adopting. Every dog adopted out by MTBR must be an inside dog. There are no exceptions! DISCLAIMER: Dogs have been observed while in the rescue program, and appear to be of stable temperament. However, it is not possible to test dogs under all circumstances, so caution should be used in new environments, especially involving young children.
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