An upstate South Carolina dog, saved from the streets, needs donations in order to prepare her for a forever home. This Facebook thread tells her story.
Meet Layla, a pit bull found in Spartanburg inside the secured fence of a storage building facility. Someone had tossed this sweet girl over the fence and left her to fend for herself.
Layla didn't have on a collar, and isn't microchipped. She's currently on a five day stray hold, and when her time is up a foster or forever home will be needed.
Jazzy Pit Bulls Kennel and Rescue is in charge of getting Layla ready for a new home.
Layla will be spayed and microchipped, get her shots, dewormed and receive heartworm prevention and flea medication. Thankfully she tested heartworm negative.
This is one smart dog, who knows 'sit' and 'down,' and is friendly with people and other dogs. Layla is less than 2-years-old, so she has a lot of time and a lot of love to give to the right family.
It's clear she had puppies at too young an age. Her being spayed will take care of that issue.
It will take funds to keep Layla off the streets, and a committed foster or adopter is need as soon as possible.
Layla has a YouCaring webpage here. You can help by donating on that page, or via paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org. For those who prefer to direct pay a vet, Wade Hampton Vet at 864-244-1658 is in charge of her care.
Please share Layla with friends who are looking to adopt a dog into the family. For those outside the Greenville area, transport is usually available to help get a dog to a new home.