Mia-ADOPTION PENDING's Info...
I am up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Mia-ADOPTION PENDING's Story...
All of the Farfel's Rescue employees and volunteers hi-fived each other when we got the news that Mia the Labraschnauzer (or is it a Schnauzalab...not sure) was safe and would be making her way to Farfel's. They're an up and coming popular designer mix breed for very much the same reasons the Labradoodle has become so popular. We had been on edge all day waiting for the word that this adorable puppy was out of the shelter and truly rescued. The part that was so sad is that Mia, at only 12 weeks old, was about to be euthanized simply because the high-kill shelter had run out of cages. Mia is a virtually perfect puppy and at just 3 months old and about 12 lbs (Mia is expected to weigh about 40 - 50 lbs when full-grown) and deserves a great forever home that will give her an awesome start in life. At this point, Mia loves other dogs and every human she's ever encountered. We would love Mia's great temperament to be nurtured with loving yet clear guidelines through puppy socialization classes and group positive reinforcement obedience. She responds so well to boundaries that are clear and lovingly communicated. Mia is a healthy and active young puppy who would be head over heels with joy to hike a Colorado trail and spend fun, outdoor time with her favorite people and canines. Mia is a blank slate at this point.... just waiting to be taught appropriate behavior to be the greatest adult dog ever! She has the capability to truly shine if given huge amounts of love and recognition for great behavior. We are searching for a family that is motivated to spend the time necessary to housebreak and train this young pup with the amazing temperament....they will be rewarded a thousand times over with loyalty and devotion. We think Mia would be very happy with either an active retired couple (or individual) or a family that enjoys spending lots of quality time with their pup. She's great in the car and very excited to learn the socialization skills that will enable her to accompany her family virtually everywhere they go.
Mia appears to have picked up the Schnauzer gene and seems to be a non-shedding girl. It's hard to tell conclusively, however, since she still has her baby coat. Mia will require periodic grooming and great nutrition to keep her adult coat shiny and healthy.
Mia is considered by Texas vets to be too young to spay. Farfel's will be happy to cover all expenses associated with spaying and microchipping Mia when she gets to be about 20 weeks old.
Mia will arrive on transport in Denver on 10/4. If interested in this fun-loving and very sweet companion, please fill out an application at http://farfelsrescue.com/adoption/ and submit to email@example.com. Applications are currently being accepted for this exceptional family companion.