Hello I am Mia and I need a new home ASAP. My owner has already moved and my current outdoor arrangement is very temporary. Please help me find my new family soon :0(
Mia is approximately 9 years old and has been with the same family since she was a pup. She was a house dog at a young age but has been outside basically free roam on electric fence with a garage arrangement for shelter. She is terrified of storms, gunshots etc and needs tethered for safety at those times. She has never been crated. She is utd on shots but needs spayed. She has been good with very small dogs. Limited exposure to large ones. She will chase down small critters and has treed a bear at least twice. (Yes u read that correctly). She has been around and grown up with children and could be placed in a home with kids that are respectful. Maybe 6 and up depending on the child. She was recently evaluated and greeted the "strangers" quietly and calmly including a 5 year old. She quickly begged for belly rubs and gave soft kisses. She took treats gently. She has some mild hesitation when she first greets you but becomes a lover in no time! Mia has a very large space to move around right now and has been free to do so for many years with 1/2 acre on electric fence. She is looking for an indoor home with outdoor access and slow acclimation into indoor living. A fenced yard would be preferred. She will need (and deserves) a patient owner who has time to spend with her. She's going to make a great family pet again with the right environment and support. Location is Huntington, PA (Raystown Lake). Limited transport available. Home reference and Veterinary check required. The renter's that took over the property now want her to leave.
urgent urgent urgent again let's find this girl her FUREVER!!!! Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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