Mya is very young -- only six months old -- and has never been trained. She likes to jump, and will need to be taught that good girls don't jump. She has boundless energy, as most young dogs do. She'd do best with a fenced-in yard so she can burn off her excess energy. She has the potential to be a wonderful dog with the right owners who will teach her basic obedience commands. Mya has been here almost three months now....she'd sure love to go to a loving home.
Act quickly to adopt MYA. Pets at this Shelter may be held for only a short time.
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