Mila displayed considerable fear aggression (growling and baring her teeth,
but never biting) when she was brought to her Forgotten Dog Foundation
foster, but adjusted well in no time. She is a very smart little dog and is
constantly keeping tabs on everything that goes on in the house. She sleeps
in the bed, burrowing under the covers and sleeping through the night. She
does not like to share her person, so would probably do best as an only dog.
Mila does a handstand when she pees, and runs around usually with one or
other of her back legs off the ground. However, the vet assures us that
her legs and knees are in good shape. She aced her blood test, has had her
teeth cleaned, and is in good health.
SHE IS SPAYED MICROCHIPPED AND CURRENT ON SHOTS.
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