Layla and her baby, Jack, need a new lease on life. They may not be all Jack, but that’s OK: We love those wonderful mutt mixes, too.
They were both running stray (no collars, no chips) when a big-hearted couple in Locust Grove, Ga., took them in. Their foster parents have made every attempt to find their humans to no avail. They have been treating Mom for heartworm (very mild case) and raising baby, but have two dogs of their own and are expecting a baby soon; therefore, they are unable to keep them permanently. It’s time to find them a new home or homes. They do not have to be adopted together, but it would be great because they are so close.
Below are some photos and information about each of them that we received from their foster family. If you are interested in one or either, please contact the phone number and email at the end of the post. This is a third-party adoption opportunity. They are not at our rescue.
Layla is a 3-year-old (approximate) sweet, sweet beagle mix. She showed up as a stray, but has now been spayed and vaccinated (DHLPP & Rabies). She is ready for a real home with people who will love her forever. Layla warms up very quickly to friendly people, and will be a very loyal companion to whoever is lucky enough to have her. She is very calm and well-behaved. She stays in a crate politely, but really doesn’t need to be crated. This is really a great, deserving, sweet girl; she does no wrong. I can’t say enough good things about her. She stands just below my knee height (I’m 5’4″) and weighs about 45 lbs. She is heartworm positive at this time (according to the vet she has a light infestation of heart worms), but is on a treatment program and will make a full recovery. All she requires is a monthly HeartGuard Plus to continue her treatment.
Jack is Layla’s baby. The vet guessed his age to be about 14 weeks. He is incredibly friendly and playful, but also sweet and snuggly. He rides in cars nicely and is good around horses, too. He loves to play with our two permanent dogs. He comes when called and generally stays close to you at all times. He is also very smart, I believe. He has an appointment to be vaccinated and neutered on June 22.
If you are interested in adopting Layla and/or Jack, please call Laura at 571-209-0001 or email LLH3513@yahoo.com.