Lila is a special dog who will require a special home.Lila has been with Miles of Love for a year. She was surrendered to a shelter in Texas from a breeder who said she was jumping their fence. She is very timid and takes a long time and lots of patience to come out of her shell. It will take months for her to transfer her bond enough to allow you to pet her. She loves to play with other dogs and takes her cues from them on who to trust. The ideal home would already have a beloved family dog.Lila would enjoy a large yard to run in but it will need a very secure fence because when she gets spooked she can be an escape artist. She wears a GPS collar because she when she gets spooked, she will run and does not come when called. She slipped her harness once and was gone for three weeks until she could be trapped to come home.She is good with potty training but will have accidents when her routine is changed or interrupted. Once Lila warms up to you she is very sweet and likes to be cuddled up next to you while you sleep. Her current fosters bed is her safe place. She is currently hand fed to help her trust humans but once she knows where her food is she will eat at her own pace. Some of her favorite treats are peanut butter and tuna. She isnt very food motivated when it comes to training but she is very smart and picks up on the routine of the house quickly. Lilas ideal home would be somewhere with a routine where people are home a lot. She would like an established safe place of her own where she can watch the action and come out when she is ready. She has lived with a cat before and enjoys the way kids get on her level.
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