Look at lovely Layla, she’s a beautiful 15-year-old lady and she sparkles. Another lovely lady is Hannah a friend of mine. She’s lovely because she spends time getting to know the rescue animals at the NSPCA and is an angel to them all. Hannah has a soft spot for seniors, she spent time with Layla and is determined to find her the perfect forever home.
Here’s Hannah’s latest update on Layla and why she deserves to be loved on for the rest of her life.
“I’ve now spent some time with beautiful 15-yr-old LAYLA, both one-on-one and with my own dog. She’s already been blessed by one guardian angel saving her from the kill facility so she can now find her perfect forever home while being cared for at Nevada SPCA; now she needs one more in a perfect forever home.
She is a gentle, quiet dog, but has GREAT energy and loves to walk around the yard and would probably love daily walks! I think she has a lot of Heeler/herding dog in her, and could well live to 18 or beyond!
I can see that LAYLA is a bit subdued, probably from being dumped at the kill facility before coming to Nevada SPCA, and not being sure who it is safe to bond with. I’m just determined to find her a perfect home!!
I think a home where she is either an only dog or there is one other gentle dog (either sex, she shares a kennel with another girl dog now), would be perfect for her. She doesn’t seem to have a mean bone in her body! I have heard from NSPCA that she is food protective only, so if there is another dog in your dog in your house, they would have to be fed separately.
LAYLA is a dog for someone who wants to see the miracle of what gentle, consistent, kind attention can do for a dog’s psyche. I absolutely believe that in not too long a time, she will come out of her understandable shell and show sweet love to whoever is lucky enough to be her champion. Please share LAYLA’s post so we can find her that home sooner rather than later. I know she can be someone’s pride and joy. Thank you.” ~ Hannah
If you wish to adopt Layla here is a direct link to her profile.
I want to thank Hannah for being a voice for the homeless animals and making a difference in this world.