Yellow / Tan / Blond / Fawn
Mia, spayed female, 7 months old, 33 Lbs.
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Mia is a sweet young pup with charming temperament. She adapted and thrived quickly in foster care. She is calm and stable, not a chewer or barker when inside the house. She’s very affectionate around familiar faces; responds to recall well; also gets along well with dogs and cats. She is friendly with strangers, both adults and kids. Mia’s favorite pastime is her daily walks and running at neighboring parks with play pals.
Mia’s rescue story:
One cold January afternoon, the rescuer heard puppy whimpering from a distant ditch on her regular stray feeding route. It took her some efforts to get the poor puppy out from the deep ditch. Looking around, there’s no sight of the mother dog or other siblings.
Mia was taken to the vet for check up and prepared for TNR (trap/neuter/return). Mia being friendly and social, the rescuer posted her story on FB hoping to find her a good home, before returning her back to the wilderness. We responded to the rescuer and settled Mia at foster home while preparing her for adoption. Under the care of her foster family, Mia has mingled well with other dogs and is loved abundantly.
Please watch Mia’s YouTube videos below:
Mia interacts well with kid
Mia interacts well with dogs
Mia interacts well with stranger
Mia interacts well with cat
Mia follows commands well
Mia has no food aggression toward human and dog
Mia leash walks training
Mia is potty trained
- SOCIALIZATION -
Social inclination: friendly and cuddly
People/Children-friendly: Yes. Food motivated, easy to train and befriend
Gets along with cats: curious, stay calm in distance
Gets along with outside dogs: Yes
- ANXIETY -
Fear of men: No
Barks when unattended: No
Chews things up when unattended: Love chew toys
- AGGRESSION -
Biting incidents: NO. She’s cuddly and affectionate, a great companion dog
Food aggression with dogs: No
Food aggression with humans: No
- DAY-TO-DAY ACTIVITIES -
Energy level: Medium. Playful, but obedient
House trained: Potty trained on pee pads inside the house
Leash-trained: Excited at first, but follows lead
Commands learned: sit
Adapts in new environments? 1-2days
Dog gets to go out with foster family in a day: 2 times
Good in car: Slightly motion sick, but will not vomit. Stays calm in car.