A girl named Laila

Laila is a lovely young desi girl, full of life and delight. She appeared at the gate of an AAIDD volunteer, on Christmas eve of 2012 (24th December, 2012), all...

Laila is a lovely young desi girl, full of life and delight. She appeared at the gate of an AAIDD volunteer, on Christmas eve of 2012 (24th December, 2012), all shrivelled up, severely malnourished – a bag of bones, with multiple deep wounds, and a limping back leg. How she found her way there is a mystery, but she knew she needed help and she sensed that help will be available at this home. Her destiny must have helped her sniff her way through and reach there.

Name: Laila
Approx dob: Oct 15th, 2012
Gender: Female
Vaccination: First puppy vaccination done, dewormed and defleaed.

After 4 weeks of treatment for her wounds, her nutrition taken care of and her system cleared of parasites, Laila has transformed into a lovely fluffy young puppy. She has an amazing zest for life. As is the case with most single puppy rescues, where they are found to be insecure as they may have led a life alone on the streets for some weeks, Laila has never shown any signs of insecurity. Right from the first day, she was comfortable being kept alone in a room with never a whine or a yelp. She was content that she had a safe place to sleep in, away from the traffic zipping across the roads.  

She is confident around big dogs, which may mean that she has not had any negative encounter with big dogs, when she was on the street. She is extremely friendly and warms up quickly to new people. At a veterinary clinic when you can pretty much make out how a dog behaves under stress, Laila is calm and friendly and looks at the door to see which new ‘doggy friend’ may enter and she can sniff and wag her tail at.

At the puppy stage that she is in she loves to explore, sniff and observe her surroundings, but knows exactly where her place is and where she shoould head back after exploring.

 

When she was rescued

 

Guess thats what we call “Desi Intelligence”. To adopt laila, please write to Dr. Choudhary at drpl@choudharypetclinic.com or leave us a message to contact you.