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In shelter Dog

Madison Heights, MI, 48071
Pet name:
Yellow / Tan / Blond / Fawn
Coat length:
Layla is a 3-year old, 50 lb. gorgeous Boxer.  Layla recently came to us from Texas, where she was rescued from a high kill shelter and fostered until she was healthy and ready to find her new home in Michigan.  Unfortunately, Layla does not seem to be good with other dogs.  She repeatedly went after another boxer in a potential foster home.  We were told she is very dog selective.  Therefore, it would be best if Layla were the only pet in the home.  She wants to have you all to herself.  Boxers tend to really bond closely with their owner(s).  Layla did undergo heartworm treatment in Texas, therefore she should be kept fairly calm for the next month or so.  Layla has been fully vaccinated, dewormed, is on heartworm prevention, and spayed. 

If you are interested in adopting this gorgeous girl, please submit your application in person, or via our website:
Once approved, we will set up a day and time for you to come in and meet Layla.

Applicants must be 21 years or older and live within 60 miles of the shelter to adopt.  Submitting an application does not mean you will be approved to adopt.  We match the pet to the best family.  It is not come first served. AWS reserves the right to deny any application for any reason they see fit.   Thank you for your understanding!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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