Mia is a young girl who has already been through a lot. She came into our group when she was unwanted. Mia has had some minor health issues, but they are now fixed, and she has quickly blossomed into a happy, playful, goofy puppy. Mia needs some obedience training, but she already knows how to show you how appreciative she is. She will give you kisses every day! Mia is fixed, vaccinated, fecal tested for parasites, is current on heart worm prevention, and is microchipped. If interested please call 321-394-1777 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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