We are learning more about Laila and what she needs. She is sweet, she is cute and yes she is young. What she needs is someone to allow her the opportunity to learn at her own pace and allow for her to have good experiences.
Canadian Registered Charity #85269-7440RR0001
Sunday, December 17, 2023
Laila - Available for Adoption
This little girl will not be adopted to a home with young children. She has fear to young kids. She is unsure of new people and takes time to get to know them. She is tiny and timid and lacks confidence. Out on walks she is alert and gets nervous seeing other dogs and people out on walks. However she is easily redirected. She needs to know she is good girl and needs to know when she does well.
Laila gets overwhelmed easily. She is a super special girl looking for the right home. This home needs to be patient. Take things slow. Literally slow like molasses. Rushing her into situations just sets her back and creates more stress for her and knocks down her confidence. She will shut down. She needs to be allowed to come to you on her terms. You will need to build her trust. You will need to crate train. She likes her crate. It's her comfort area.
Laila needs a fully fenced yard. She will need someone to be with her outside and not be left unattended. She is fearful so if she gets spooked she will run and never look back. Saying this Laila isn't a dog park dog. She isn't going to be walked off-leash. She isn't going to like to wrestle or rough play. She needs someone who can give her time, patience and someone who will strictly follow the 2 week shut down.
For your reward of patience Laila will pay you with lots of love and grow into an amazing dog and a wonderful companion. She just needs someone to help show her how to be a dog.
We will only be considering local adoptions at this time due to the limited volunteer abilities.
10 months Old
Location: Vancouver Lower Mainland
Dogs: Possibly with slow introduction
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