Mia is 8 years young, spayed and microchipped and we are told going for her vaccination booster. She is fine with children of all ages but not good with other dogs or cats sadly.
Mia is a very friendly and playful girl, strong on the lead, but this could be worked with, has recall and basic commands. Is better with her dad and does need firm telling sometimes. No issues over food or toys.
Mia is being rehomed as she was originally dad’s dog with an ex. Mia was left with the ex but he then heard a year ago she was being sent off to a rescue so he went and got her before this happened. Sadly Mia does not get on with the cats in the home, and whilst she is perfect around the 5 children, there is a new addition to the family and mum cannot walk her with the buggy. Mia is also just not getting the time and attention she deserves. Mia does suffer from separation anxiety so would be best in a home where someone is around most of the time, and where she is allowed in the bedroom at night. She is fine being left for a couple of hours.
Mia would make the perfect companion for someone who can overlook her issues with other dogs.
Mia’s owner has found her a new home.