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My name is Mouse!

Miniature Pinscher Dog for adoption in Libertyville, Illinois - Mouse
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Animal Education and Rescue

Facts about Mouse

  • Breed: Miniature Pinscher
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 8998342-M2015100

For more info about this pet, go to... www.aear.org



Visit AEAR.org to learn more about Mouse.

Mouse is a young chihuahua and min pin mix (our best guess). Mouse has a neurological problem where she moves kind of funny, almost as if she's had a few too many drinks. The doctor looked at her and said that in order to try and figure out what is wrong with her would require expensive testing. Since she gets along fine we are not pursuing more testing. Even in finding out what she has it would unlikely solve the problem and it doesn't seem to affect her much and it hasn't gotten worse. She can live a perfectly normal life the way she is at this point.

Mouse had mange when she came to us (a condition which causes hair loss) which has delayed her being spayed. She will be spayed October 22 and be available for adoption after that... The mange is cleared up, yay!

Most importantly Mouse is such a sweetheart! She is loving, silly, fun and just makes us smile. She's a little dog, weighing in at about 6 pounds. She has long legs.

Mouse currently lives with dogs and cats and a seven-year-old child. She loves to snuggle under the covers in bed at night.

She is a special needs dog and needs a family that can afford potential medical expenses in the future. She cannot climb stairs and she is not housebroken.

Visit AEAR.org to learn more about Mouse.



All our animals available for adoption are living in foster homes. This gives us the ability to really get to know the animals we have available and find them families that are a good fit for them based on their personalities. We do not have a shelter to visit the animals.

For more info about this pet, go to... www.aear.org
The first step to meeting this pet is to fill out an adoption application at www.aear.org

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About Animal Education and Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

We rescue animals from shelters where they may be put to sleep and also owner relinquished pets. We also provide pet therapy services, where we go to nursing homes with pets and provide educational programs to the general public. For more information, visit www.aear.org

Come Meet Our Pets...

We have adoption days the second and fourth Saturday of the month at Petranek's Pharmacy 426 N. Milwaukee Avenue in downtown Libertyville from 11-2. Other adoption days are announced on our website at www.aear.org

Our Adoption Process...

Read our adoption process on our website at www.aear.org/adoptprocess.php