ADOPTED! Our appreciation to all who wanted to provide this dog with a loving home. Unless otherwise requested, any adoption applications we received will be kept on file for future adoption consideration.
* Female Labrador Retriever mix
* Approximately 1 year old
* Approximately 50 lbs.
* Working on house training
* Working on crate training
* Okay with other dogs, not sure
* Dog respectful children 8 and older
* Adoption fee: $500
All dogs with PUP are in private foster homes so we can provide our potential adopters the most current information available.
Health: Laylona has been spayed and microchipped. She is current on her DHPP, Bordetella, and Rabies. She has been wormed and flea treated, and tested negative for heartworm.
History: Laylona comes from an overcrowded shelter in California. PUP was asked to help and we are so glad we did. All dogs PUP pulls from California come with health certificates, as required by Washington state.
Notes from Laylona's Foster Home:
Laylona is a lovely and happy girl! This princess loves going to daycare and playing with other dogs of all sizes and ages. She is outgoing and the first one to say hi to everyone. She loves the water and playing in the kiddy pool at Daycare.
She has a lot of energy, but once home she gets on the couch (her favorite spot) and crashes. We are working to help her be more comfortable with a collar and walks on a leash, and have been working on: sit and wait. She is very treat motivated and does sit, but wait is still a work in progress. She responds very well to correction.
Lay Lay (her nickname) is a cuddle bug who would prefer being on the bed with you, but does understand when we put her in the crate it’s quiet time/bedtime. She loves squeaky toys! When petting her we do go from under her chin so it’s not intimidating to her. She has never had an accident in the house and knows outside is the place to go. She is cautious on the hard wood floor as she needs to get a good grip since she only has three legs. This has not slowed her down at all though and she has no problem keeping up with the other dogs when running.
Note: The above description reflects the behavior we have observed in the dog's foster home. Although PUP provides adopters up to the minute information on our dogs, we cannot guarantee they will behave in the same manner in a different environment with new owners.
Adoption: If you think you have room in your home and heart for this dog and you reside within Washington State, please go to our Adoption Information page. There you will find more information and be able to fill out an adoption application.
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