I was given Mona Lisa when she was 6 months by a co-worker of my mom who could not keep her because of living conditions. She is a great companion dog and is registered as an emotional support animal. She gets along well with other dogs and older kids. I am looking for a new home for her because I recently had a baby. I have tried all the tips and techniques to make it a safe and friendly environment for baby and Mona. But Mona is jealous and as baby gets older she is more mobile and it is getting harder to keep up with both. I don’t have the time to or the space so she can run and get the exercise she needs. Mona Lisa is a very sweet dog and deserves the time and attention of a loving owner.
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