She is crate trained and will come when called.
Because she is so small and timidl, we are looking for a home without small children for her. She should do fine in a house or apartment, as she only barks when someone comes into her home. She gets along well with other dogs and should be fine with cats too, but she would be fine as an only dog if her owner doesn't work long days when she will be alone all day.
If you would like more info about Mia, you may call her foster Mom, Karen, at 314.265.8073.
Our mission is to place older dogs in the loving homes of older people in the St Louis area. We do, however, take in dogs of all ages and adopt to people of all ages. We do home visits and ask for a $250 adoption donation for adult dogs and $350 for puppies.
We are at the Kirkwood Petco on the first and third Saturdays of each month from 10 am to 2 pm. Check our website for our schedule at www.senordogs4seniors.com. This store is located on Lindbergh just north of I-44. Turn left at the first major stoplight.
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