Lila (F) - 16mths
Hi I'm Lila and I would like to tell you my story. Over 1 year ago i was rescued, i was tiny and not well but these wonderful ladies came and scooped me up, nursed me back to health; they saved my life, everybody else had given up on me.
Last year the Dogtor said I had Megaesophogus with PRAA, this means I could only eat soft veterinary prescribed critical care food. I had to have dinner every 4 hours cos I was so tiny and I had to sit upright while I ate or I would of choked. I have the bestest foster family, they are the best and they are so much help I love them so much.
I have undergone a major operation and the dogtor says that I am ready for my new fambully.
Lila is dog friendly, however needs work with any restrictions such as leads, fences, even just holding her back. She transitions best when she is in control and can meet without these restrictions. As she is a fast learner, we have no doubt with a trainer this could be turned around quickly.
I walks well on a lead.
I is house trained.
I is crate trained.
I has great manners. Shakes, sits and drops.
I loves regular exercise, in particular chasing balls, sticks.
I needs to be kept busy, otherwise she will get into mischief like all young pups.
I haves great recall.
I loves cuddles, in particular being held upright in your arms.
Food, oh my, food, this is my absolute favourite word, hehehe I will always lets you know when breakfast and dinner is due.
I also loves water – hose, sprinkler, beach or any puddles.
We will still need to monitor what i eats, i eats a healthy and nutritious raw diet, and it's provided in smaller increments to prevent choking. I now weighs a healthy 15kg and has lots of muscle.
I can share my home with calm older male dogs but i am a pup and like to play so no children or older children would be best suited. I have been waiting for my fur-ever home for a long time now. Please make my dreams come true, i just want a home to call my own.
Lila came to us a wee 4mth old pup, she has now grown into a healthy 16mth old. The images below document her journey with us!