Milla is a Staffordshire Terrier who was found as a stray in the Beverlywood area of Los Angeles on February 7, 2010. A member of the too often misunderstood, neglected, abused and victimized staffie/pit bull breed, Milla was so happy to have found a companion in her rescuer. Unfortunately Milla did not have a microchip and there were no signs of anyone looking for their lost pet. Milla did not have a collar or a tag and was found with a chain around her neck. She also appeared to have been wandering the streets for a while as she was found very skinny and tired. Milla is an extremely sweet little Staffie. She weighs approximately 50 lbs and is between 2 and 3 years old. She absolutely loves people and seems to be dog tolerant although will definitely need socialization, training and proper introduction. She loves treats and is very gentle. She knows how to sit on command and listens attentively. We hope to continue to search for Milla’s possible owner with adequate consideration to the condition she was found but our expectation is that she will be available for adoption shortly. She’s currently in great need of a foster home. If you are interested in meeting Milla or can open your home to foster this sweet dog please email Phillip at PhillipG@AnimalAdvocatesAlliance.org.
Adoption Requirements: application, approved home check, signed contract, adoption donation ($250 for dogs, $70 for cats.)Link to dog adoption application: http://fs17.formsite.com/aaa90004/form539368755/index.htmlLink to cat adoption application:http://fs17.formsite.com/aaa90004/form784072796/index.html PLEASE DO NOT CALL WITH QUESTIONS.