Lyla - 20032625

Location: South Salt Lake, Utah
Color: Liver and White
Birthdate: May 10, 2016 - Actual
Age: 8 Year, 0 Month
Gender: Spayed Female

  • House Broken
  • OK with Dogs
  • Needs Fenced in Yard

Adopted!!!

Lyla is a beautiful Brittany mix with a long feathered tail and a sweetfreckled face. She gets along with people and dogsand loves toplay chase in the yard. Her foster Dad can’t say enough good things about her and how SWEET she is.Lyla loves to get attention and cuddles and will giveyou happy kisses.Lylais crate trained and sleeps there all night,without any fuss. She does not do well when the crate door is closed. We believe she may have experienced some abuse while left in a crate and acts very panicky and desperate if the door is closed. She is otherwise a perfect lady in the house and has hadno accidents!Lyla was surrendered to ABR because she washaving some “resource guarding” issues with herdog brother. She was not happy to share her toyswith him and it became an issue.As long as toys and “objects” are kept away from her, she is an absolute sweetheart. She does well around children, but we cannot place her in a home with young children that maytoys around that she could consider “hers.”Lyla is a typical Britt who likes to pull on leash, butwe are working on that with her and she isimproving very well.If you think Lyla would be a match foryou, please fill out the adoption application andlet’s talk!

Lyla - 20032625

Location: South Salt Lake, Utah
Color: Liver and White
Birthdate: May 10, 2016 - Actual
Age: 8 Year, 0 Month
Gender: Spayed Female

  • House Broken
  • OK with Dogs
  • Needs Fenced in Yard

Adopted!!!

Lyla is a beautiful Brittany mix with a long feathered tail and a sweetfreckled face. She gets along with people and dogsand loves toplay chase in the yard. Her foster Dad can’t say enough good things about her and how SWEET she is.Lyla loves to get attention and cuddles and will giveyou happy kisses.Lylais crate trained and sleeps there all night,without any fuss. She does not do well when the crate door is closed. We believe she may have experienced some abuse while left in a crate and acts very panicky and desperate if the door is closed. She is otherwise a perfect lady in the house and has hadno accidents!Lyla was surrendered to ABR because she washaving some “resource guarding” issues with herdog brother. She was not happy to share her toyswith him and it became an issue.As long as toys and “objects” are kept away from her, she is an absolute sweetheart. She does well around children, but we cannot place her in a home with young children that maytoys around that she could consider “hers.”Lyla is a typical Britt who likes to pull on leash, butwe are working on that with her and she isimproving very well.If you think Lyla would be a match foryou, please fill out the adoption application andlet’s talk!