Mia came to us when her military family had to move overseas. She had a hard time adjusting to life without her family, but she's now doing well. She's a loving girl with a ton of personality and a very expressive face! At a routine vet visit, we discovered that she has some kidney problems, and she is awaiting an ultrasound to learn more. She is eating prescription kidney support food and doing great!
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