Mia is a beautiful girl with a story to tell. She was found late at night alone in a park in Anaheim . It was apparent she had been there for a while, sitting in the same spot, patiently waiting for her people to pick her up. She was wearing a pink harness, leash and collar but no ID tags or microchip.
After a week of searching for her family, no one came forward for beautiful Mia. She is spayed, current on her shots, walks nicely on a leash, housebroken, loves car rides and crate trained. She is great with people she knows and has been socializing with other dogs.
Mia is in desperate need of a permanent or foster home. All of the Pitbull Rescue groups are full and for the last month she has been shuffled from place to place just to keep her from being euthanized. Mia doesn't do well in boarding and she needs to be in a loving environment ASAP.
She will be going through a 2 week "train and board" session with an experienced Pitbull Trainer starting November 1st , concluding on November 14, 2014. She desperately needs her foster or permanent home at the conclusion of her training.
If you can possibly help in any way, please contact Debbie Hancock at 714-993-9594 or at firstname.lastname@example.org, (no texts please).
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