Layla is an 11yr old black labrador cross girl, she is spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, flea and worm treated. Layla will be rehomed with 5 weeks free pet insurance.
Layla was handed into us by her owner after she found herself unable to keep her due to a property move, she had brought Layla over from Spain with her many years ago when she moved back to the UK.
Layla is a super girl, she settled into her foster home really quickly and soon found her space on the sofa along with the other dogs.
Layla has proved herself to be great with all the many other dogs in the the foster home, both large and small and is a real sweetheart.
She is a typical lab type in that she LOVES her food and unfortunatley has been allowed to get quite overweight, the extra weight isnt doing her joints much good and she is a little stiff on one back leg but is on some nice joint suppliments now and a bit of a diet which will help her enormously.
Layla enjoys her walks with the other dogs and will need a new home with someone active enough to take her on a couple of good length walks a day to help that weight to shift. She hasnt lived with very small children in the past so will be best in a home with sensible calm resident children age 6 plus but is fine with visiting children of any age.
She travels ok in the car, is clean and well behaved in the house and will make someone a great companion.
Layla is being fostered nr Market Drayton, Shrops but can be rehomed further afied to the right home subject to homecheck and donation.
If you can offer the perfect home for this lovely young lady please email us telling us all about your home offer and contact details to [email removed]
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