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My name is Layla!

Posted over 5 years ago | Updated over 3 years ago

I'm being cared for by
Pet Rescue Team

Facts about me

Labrador Retriever
Black - with White
5 years 5 months old, Young
(When grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
(Current) 25 lbs
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with kids
Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

My name is: Layla and my DOB: 2/28/18

Here is my Story:

Layla was found in an open field next to a major freeway that is heavily trafficked. Two pups had wondered off the field and onto the service road next to the freeway and were killed. There were 3 other surviving pups with Layla.

Layla is a sweet girl and is great with other dogs, cats and children. Layla loves belly rubs, giving kisses and most of all being next to her human. Layla loves to play with balls, tug of war, chew on toys, loves playing in the kiddie pool and sprinklers in the back yard. She is an active puppy with lots of energy.

Layla is very shy when meeting new people, but adapts easily and her personality shines once she knows she can trust you.

Layla is fully vaccinated, spayed, and microchipped, potty trained, crate trained and doing great on her leash training.

If you are interested in Layla, please email us a and please include a contact phone number.


Adoption applications can be submitted at

Adoption Fee $200

Pet Rescue Team

Contact info
Pet ID
Houston, TX 77099

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Pet Rescue Team has an adoption and interview process that allows us to make sure that we match you with the perfect pet for your family. There is an application to be completed followed by an interview and follow up that may include a phone call, email or home visit. Depending on the breed you are interested in, a home inspection may be required prior to adoption approval.

After the application has been submitted and reviewed, you will be contacted by the foster of the pet you are interested so that you may have a meet and greet and any questions can be answered by the foster as they have been caring for the pet and know his/her personality and demeanor best.

Our adoption fee is $200 and it does include spay/neuter, vaccinations, rabies, de-wormer, and microchip.

If you are interested in meeting a specific dog/cat please let us know and we can arrange a meet and greet with the foster. Please keep in mind that Pet Rescue Team is a foster and volunteer based rescue group and all are unpaid. We try to respond to you as quickly as possible but please allow us 2-3 days to get back to you.

Please go to our website at and fill out an application (required to foster or adopt one of our adoptable pets)

Go meet their pets

If you are interested in meeting one of our pets please email us at and we can set up a meet and greet. Please be aware that in order to meet and greet our adoptables, you must submit an adoption/foster application.

Applications can be submitted at

More about this rescue

Pet Rescue Team is a foster based rescue group that focuses on rescuing homeless, abandoned, neglected and abused companion animals in the Houston, Tx and surrounding areas.

Houston, Tx has an over population of stray animals of 1.2 million and it continues to rise. The hardest hit areas of course are in the low income communities of Houston. We focus on one of those communities, South Union & Sunnyside, in Southside Houston boarding the 3rd Ward.

We do our best to educate the community of the importance of spay/neuter and basic care of their pets. We help as many of them that need help with vet care and food for their pets. We focus on the street dogs and try to help keep them alive while we network them to get them off the streets and vetted, rehabilitated and socialized so that they can be placed in a loving forever home.