My name is Kayla!

American Staffordshire Terrier Dog for adoption in Bryan, Texas - Kayla
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Facts about Kayla

  • Breed: American Staffordshire Terrier
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
**This dog is being fostered in North Houston.**

Hi! My name is Kayla and I am a beautiful red headed Staffordshire Terrier. I am a high-energy dog and will stay outside playing for as long as you will let me. I enjoy rompin’ and stompin’ with my foster brothers and sisters in my foster mom’s huge backyard. One dog I particularly like is also for adoption on this website and his name is Red. If you are looking to adopt a second dog or would consider getting a companion dog for me, I would love to have Red as my dog brother.
I am spayed, up to date on all my vaccines, microchipped, house trained and crate trained. What’s not to love? My weight is a little over 50 pounds of pure love and the vet has guessed that I’m about two-three years old.
I will make an excellent family companion for anyone willing to give me a loving forever home. Could that be you? If so, and you would like to apply for me, please e-mail for an application.

Information on this animal is posted as a courtesy. This animal is NOT part of the
Canine Compassion rescue animal population, and is not a Canine Compassion foster animal.

Canine Compassion makes NO guarantees, and is not responsible for the health and temperament screening of this animal. If you adopt this animal the contract will
be between you and the person who has the animal, not between you and Canine Compassion.

When adopting any animal, be informed and ask questions about the animal's health status and behavioral tendencies. Ask for verification of vaccination and heartworm preventative. Be aware of temperament and ask questions to verify the animal will be a good fit for you and/or your family. To avoid potentially costly problems, be an informed adopter and ask your vet about important health and temperament issues before adopting an animal.


About Our Rescue Group...

Canine Compassion is a specialized rescue group of volunteers dedicated to the medical and behavioral needs of each dog we take in. Our members are located throughout the greater Houston, Texas area.

The dogs this group takes in are fostered in our homes. They are loved just like our own dogs because they are our dogs until we determine the best match for a dog’s unique personality, size, and energy level.

As soon as a dog is rescued by us, they are immediately seen by one of our vets. All medical needs are addressed ASAP. Every dog is altered (spayed or neutered), heartworm tested (treated if positive), and tested for parasites.

We put our dogs on heartworm preventative and flea preventative. Medical care is kept current for every dog. Our dogs are groomed on a regular basis, socialized with people, other dogs and tested for cat tolerance as well.

Come Meet Our Pets...

As a “Foster Only” rescue, we operate by keeping the fostered dogs in homes only. There is no location to “come view” our dogs. Arrangements are made for approved applicants to meet with the dog they have applied to adopt.

Our Adoption Process...

Please e-mail us at to ask us for an application for the specific dog you are interested in meeting and / or adopting.

Once an application is received, the vet's reference is checked. A home visit by one of our volunteers is also required.

The final step is the signing of the adoption contract. The adopters are required to make an appointment with their vet for a "meet and greet" just to establish the new dog with their own vet.

We will only place our dogs with the people who we determine to best match our dogs’ sizes, personalities, and energy levels.

Adoption fees vary depending on the amount of the veterinary care that was required to get the dog to an adoptable state.