May I introduce the rather gorgeous Mia who is just 11 months old and currently unspayed. She had a season in May so can be spayed in August. She is up to date with her vaccinations and is microchipped. Mia’s current owners have only had her a few weeks having found her on a Facebook site.
She is being rehomed as she growled at their 7 year son and is very protective when people visit. Her current owners have not had a shep before so Mia has basically taken on the typical protector role. When our volunteer visited to assess Mia, he asked she be put into another room before he came in. He sat down and Mia was allowed through and she just came and had a sniff and took a treat very gently.
Mia lived with a Doberman in her previous home and we are told she is good with other dogs but does still need some lead training. Older children would be best and unknown with cats.
In the right hands this young lady will flourish as she is not getting the training, exercise or stimulation a dog of her age needs.
Now in foster with 4 sheps, 2 staffies and a JRT, 3 cats and horses and ponies, all of which she is great with.
Mia is now starting to gain some confidence of her own and no longer feels the need to take charge so is relaxing and learning and enjoying being a dog.