Take human wisdom of the ages, a gentle empathic heart and the silliest sense of fun, then stir. That’s my Teyla.
I was introduced to Teyla at the local SPCA when she was 11 weeks old, the last puppy left from a from a beautiful litter who had been named the “litter of the year” at the shelter.
Teyla has been perfect since the day she came home, always hungry to learn new things and rarely makes a bad choice. She loves people and can get along with any dog.
Teyla’s primary focus right now is her health. She works diligently on her physiotherapy with the hope of being able to return to her first love, agility.
At present, Teyla trains and trials in scent detection.
she is my dog of a lifetime, undeniably..
Affectionately known as Little T,