Pet of the Month- Nayla from SNORT Rescue
Nayla is an adorable, seven-year-old Frenchie who can’t wait to find her perfect forever home and since everyone who meets her falls head over heals in love with her, it shouldn’t be difficult!
This girl absolutely adores people, especially ‘her’ people. She loves nothing more than hanging out on the couch with her foster family with some breaks for fetch either inside or out. Her favorite toys to chase are squeaky tennis balls but any squeaky toy will do in a pinch!
Nayla is super smart, both housetrained and crate trained and an overall well-behaved dog. She’d be a great co-worker – she would impress the entire office with her perfect manners! Any type of home environment would work for Nayla; a fenced-in yard would be ideal but any calm, quiet spot for her to roam or take walks would also work. A home with older children would be ok, as well.
So why does she need a calm, quiet spot for her walks? Well, Nayla just isn’t a fan of other dogs. She has fear-based aggression and must be adopted to a dog-free home with limited daily interactions with other dogs in her neighborhood.
Nayla unfortunately contracted Lyme disease prior to arriving in her foster home and has had some irreversible kidney damage due to the disease. She also suffered from polyarthropathy (arthritis that affects five joints or more) but is currently in remission. Nayla currently takes medication and supplements to support her kidney function and keep the polyarthropathy in remission; it’s expected that with proper maintenance and a special diet, she will remain a happy, healthy girl! Don’t worry, the medications are not expensive, and her daily care isn’t difficult. Her daily routine doesn’t vary much from any other dog.
Nayla just wants a permanent family to call her own, one that is willing to snuggle on the couch and play fetch with her and her beloved squeaky toys. Nayla is being fostered in Buffalo, NY and is available for adoption through SNORT Rescue. (one of my favorite rescues)!
If you are interested in Nayla please contact SNORT Rescue to find out more about how you can meet this adorable girl.