already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Layla is a sweet smart girl who has found herself without a home of her own through no fault of her own. She used to have a home with a person but her person was older and became unable to care for herself or Layla. Lucky for Layla, the EMT that responded to the owner's house has rescued dogs and his wife is part of a wonderful group called Sandi Paws Rescue. The EMT asked the owner's family if they would care for Layla after the owner was put into a nursing home and they said they could not. So Layla is staying with the kind EMT and his sweet wife while she waits for another family. Her former mama's family says she likes kids but there are none where she lives now. Layla's foster home ha two big fur brothers and she gets along with them great. She has also met several other male dogs of all sizes and likes them but she doesn't seem to like other females. She walks great on a leash and is crate trained. She did live outside at her elderly mama's house but she's learning house manners and good potty behavior quickly. She has also learned to sit just in the short time she's been in foster care. Layla still has some of her young dog energy but keeps it reined in before the point of becoming hyper. If you're looking for a moderately active, sweet family friend, give Layla's foster mom a call and hear more about her and discuss whether y'all could be soul mates!Thank you for your interest in a Sandi Paws Rescue, Inc. Please visit our site at sandipaws.org for more information on our organization or to fill out an application to adopt one of our pets. You can also find volunteering information at our site as well.
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