Hello! My name is Lyla! I am a 3 year old orange and white Brittany girl who weighs about 30 lbs. I was lost and wandering around and found myself in a shelter. Then this nice lady came and told me that I was going to go to someone's home for a while- she told me I was going to be an NBRAN dog... not sure what that means, but I like it so far!! She also started talking about finding my forever home and that sounds really nice! Won't you give me a forever home with you? I'd like that very much. I won't be much trouble- honest.
Lyla's foster mom here: Lyla is a sweet girl. She is very loving and likes to snuggle. When she came to us she had Kennel Cough and needed to be spayed. We've taken care of all of that- and she's a healthy happy girl.She does love people- and she's Ok with cats. She does try to be dominant with other dogs. She tried with the resident two older females, and they put her in her place. The young submissive male gives in to her all the time- and allows her to dominate him. This is a behavior that can be corrected with patience and a little obedience training. Lyla is microchipped and really would make someone a great pet- she'd be fine as an only dog.
If you are interested in this little lover, please fill out an application at www.nbran.org and contact Deb Rodriguez at 317-258-4899 or via email at email@example.com.
Lyla is microchipped, and ready to go. We can transport Lyla up to 1300 miles, so if you like Lyla, and don't live in Indiana, that's OK- we can move her to you with our wonderful volunteer team of drivers- the Brittany Transport Team. Better hurry and apply though... a sweetheart like this will get adopted quickly!