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In shelter Dog

Leesburg, VA, 20176
Pet name:
Labrador Retriever
This beautiful girl is Naila! Naila is a lab/shepard mix who weighs about 65 pounds and is two years old. Naila and her litter of babies were rescued from a situation in south Texas and we cant wait to find her a loving, forever home. This dog has a heart of pure gold and we absolutely LOVE her!

Naila is located at our rescue in Hondo, Texas and is available for adoption and transport to Leesburg, VA on Oct. 8th.  She is spayed, up to date on all shots, microchipped and her adoption fee is $400.  

Naila tested positive for Chagas disease. This disease is completely treatable and she is receiving treatment here at our rescue. Our rescue is one of the few that tests dogs for Chagas and more information on the disease and treatment is available on our website - 

Once treatment is completed, Chagas positive dogs can live long and happy lives.

If you would like to add this cutie to your family, please review our process and complete an application here- 

Learn more about our rescue here:
Services our dogs receive prior to adoption: 
Chagas Testing Heartworm and Tick Testing (age appropriate) 
All age-appropriate vaccines 
Heartworm and flea/tick preventatives 
Spay/neuter surgery 
*The breed(s) listed are guessed and based on the dogs physical appearance*


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