Meet Millie the Mill dog, who lived seven years in a lonely, outdoor breeding kennel, only knowing someone dropping food in a bowl and cleaning some. Having pups that are taken early and sold to the big city pet shops. What a horrible life Millie once had! Although she had a rough start in life, Millie is really enjoying her freedom now! Millie is spayed, up to date on all of her shots and heart worm negative. Although she is quite petite at just 42 lbs, she certainly makes up for it in personality! Given her previous situation she tends to be a bit shy around people she hasn't met. Millie definitely feels more comfortable around women but she is adjusting to the dad in the foster home just fine. She enjoys going jogging, but can be a little timid on the leash when near loud traffic. That being said, she is just as content to snuggle up on the couch and relish in some personal attention! At night she has been spoiled and gets to sleep at the end of her foster mom's bed but also is crate trained and is used to being in her crate when her family is away. Millie has done extremely well with her foster brother and seems to really thrive when having a buddy to play with and learn from. Millie MUST have a companion dog in her new home. She is even discovering how much fun toys are and has been known to swipe her foster brother's ball and bone from time to time! She has been around three young children in her foster home and does well with them as long as they are not screaming and getting right in her face. When she feels a little scared or intimidated she has been known to let out a little growl which says that she is uncomfortable. With patience, consistency and a lot of love, Millie will continue to blossom in the right home but we know that having a dog companion helps her adjust to life. Besides, having lived with other dogs now for months, she doesn't want to be an only dog. She loves to play and wrestle. Miss Millie is currently in Colorado Springs. For more information contact Jules at email@example.com. Adoption $250. If interested in this dog, please go to www.dalmatianrescue.org and submit an application for adoption. Under Adoptions, please read our adoption policy. We must have an application before we can begin the adoption process and each dog does have foster contact listed.
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