Thank you for considering adoption...all our dog adoption fees include apay or neuter, microchip, shots up to date for their age, deworming if needed, and any other necessary medical needs they require.
Meet Mia Bella, she was a stray found in a field in Rialto California. Mia was found with a sister and two brothers and terrified of humans. She has come a long way since then. She still takes some time to warm up to people but we have seen her bond to her foster mom and son so we know she just wants someone to love her and make her feel safe. Mia needs a calm home where she can get comfortable. She would be better with no small children. She loves outside so a fenced yard for her would be a bonus. She is pretty much housebroke if taken out We are pretty confident she'll do fine training when she is one on one with a person. She would do well with another dog. Shes living with cats so they are not a problem. She really just needs someone with a bit of patience that will give her a chance to be the dog we know she can be.
Her adoption fee is $150
MSMR follows a screening process which includes a filled out application, meets with our dog and us and your dog (if applicable), home visits and anything else we deem necessary to ensure our dogs go to the best homes. To be considered for adoption of this or any of our dogs, please fill out our application at http://mainstreetmutt.rescuegroups.org/forms/
You may also email any questions you have to adoptions.MSMR@outlook.com.
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MSMR is a rescue and adoption organization helping all breeds. We help High Risk shelter dogs at High Kill shelters, strays, and owner surrenders. We are a WA state registered Non-profit.
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