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Myla 036O   

In shelter Dog

Bullard, Smith County, Texas, United ...
Pet name:
Myla 036O
Great Dane
Delta, Ohio Myla! 4 years old, female.Myla is a mellow girl who LOVES attention and would rather sleep in your bed than her cage. She is also a great listener and loves napping. Myla is in a temporary foster home but really needs a family who is home more often than not. Or a doggy sibling (preferably older than a puppy) to keep her company while nobody is around. Myla barks when left alone and in her cage if others are home but is getting better. However, for this reason we do not recommend her for apartment living. Myla gets along great with female strangers (takes a few minutes to warm up around men.. never aggressive but will bark),  CATS and male dogs. In her previous home she did not like other (unspayed) female dogs but she has had a sleepover with a female dog and loved every second of it! Small children make Myla nervous but she has never been aggressive towards them. We would like her to go in a home with children 10+.  Myla also has a pumpkin allergy. She is great on the leash and loves going for walks!For more information, please email us at  For an application to foster or adopt, please go to and fill out an app.  Thank you so much, we look forward to helping you.


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