Though she’s only 8 years young, the lovely Layla likes to think of herself as LSBCR’s resident cougar. Having come from a single-male household, Layla seems to love hanging around the man in her foster home. Not that she isn’t loving and attentive to everyone, but she prefers to be in the company of men.
Layla came into rescue as an owner surrender. She had gotten out of the house and away from her old dad a few times, and he eventually agreed to turn her over to LSBCR after the second time that she wound up in a shelter. But Layla has no health issues at all despite her age; her foster mom recommends vitamin supplements but that’s about it.
And it gets better! Layla is house-trained, crate-trained, leash-trained, and has shown no signs of aggression whatsoever. She is food-motivated, so if you are willing to fork over a few treats, she’s willing to fork over a few belly-rubs, or to just sit on command for you.
Speaking of food, there’s a lot of Layla to love. She weighs in at around 80 pounds, but she does not have the normal, short-and-stocky bulldog frame. Her foster mom describes her as having more of a taller, Olde English build.
Layla’s temperament is described as mellow and submissive by her foster mom, who adds that Layla “is an absolute doll, she is the perfect house-guest. She is perfectly content to just sleep on the couch next to you. As long as her people are in sight she is one happy girl.”
Because Layla is so calm, her foster mom recommends her for quieter environment, but she is low-maintenance enough for first-time bulldog owners. Her size may not make a home with small children ideal, although she has had no trouble getting along with them.
If you think Layla is right for you, fill out an application!
Layla is up to date on her vaccinations, spayed and on heart worm preventive.