Ayla just wants to play! A two-year-old Lab mix, this girl arrived at the Fairfield County Animal Control in South Carolina on June 8th as a stray. Unfortunately, Ayla had several things that were putting her at risk. She’s a black dog, she tested heartworm positive, and she was sitting in a rural shelter that was filling up fast. Time was running out for Ayla, and though the odds were stacked against her, she had people on her side.
On July 24th, Dawn Herron, president and founding member of the Black Dog Club rescue reached out to RADAR to see if we could help Ayla. Though her pull fee was covered, the rescue would still need assistance for Ayla’s heartworm treatment. We agreed, and Ayla was safe! She received her heartworm treatment on August 1st.
The folks at the rescue said this about Ayla: “This sweet girl is full of energy and so playful. She enjoys human interaction along with kisses here and there, but you’ve got to squeeze them in quickly because she’s right back out there running and exploring! She enjoys the company of other dogs and is welcoming to newcomers. She enjoys being part of a pack.” To see more photos of Ayla, click here.
RADAR paid all $275 of the heartworm treatment costs for Ayla.
UPDATE! All funds for Ayla have been raised! Thank you!
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Thank you to the following contributors, who have given specifically to Ayla:
If you are interested in adopting Ayla, please contact the Black Dog Club.
Added on September 9, 2017.