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Photo Layla IV, 18-158

Layla IV, 18-158

Gender: Female
Age: 5 Years
Weight: 42 lbs
Breed: Shepard MIx
Spay/Neuter: Spayed/Neutered

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Layla IV, 18-158's Bio

I went to the shelter to meet a specific dog, and overnight I could not stop thinking about Layla. There was just something in her pleading eyes, and the next day we went back and plucked her out of the shelter too. Layla had completely given up, she was laying in the back of her kennel and would barely even lift her head when spoken too. The staff said it was as if she knew she would never make it out of the shelter and had just stopped trying. Alone and scared, no hope, and no hair on most of her body. That was Layla’s life. Amazingly, the second she walked out of the shelter she slipped back into her personality and what a delight she is! Layla is loved by everyone she meets, and returns that love. She even gives hugs! Layla has done great with potty time in boarding, and gets along with the other doggos in day care. Layla has been tested with cats and did great! Layla is being treated for demodex mange, which is non contagious and already her hair is growing back. She has those icky heartworms and will be undergoing treatment for this as well. Layla is medium to low energy and looking for a home that will shower her with affection. She deserves every bit of delight life can throw at her!  

Layla is vaccinated, and will be spayed and microchipped before adoption.

Her adoption fee is $200.  

CARE's adoptable pets are specifically evaluated and selected to be family and companion animals. We place them in foster homes where they live in the home environment and become part of the family while awaiting permanent adoption. For that reason, they will do best in homes where they are primarily inside pets and spend lots of time with their families. If you are interested in meeting Layla or learning more about the adoption process, please visit our website and submit our online adoption application here: http://www.careforanimals.org/adoption-app.cfm