Millie is the sweetest dog! If we found the owner we would prosecute them! Little Millie was in horrible shape and just being eaten alive by fleas! A lot of her hair was missing and she was thin and very hungry!! The first couple weeks she was just happy to eat and sleep on her foster mommy's leather couch. She had the formal living room all to herself and she soaked up the love and attention. I think she was just so happy to relax and not have to be on constant alert for what was going on around her. She was given medicated baths every three days and kept on antibiotics. She is now feeling much better LOVES her foster buddies especially Skip, JR and Jackson. They play together 24/7 running like wild ones around the back yard. She is gentle when she plays with the little dogs and is just super sweet!
Update - Millie has an issue with stuffed furniture, she believes it should be eaten! She does not do well in a crate so she would need a room without furniture when you are away. A family where someone is home a lot is best as she has some anxieties...
MUST have a large fenced in yard to play in!!
Please understand we do not adopt out dogs to families with children under the age of 5. We do not adopt dogs to renters. Some dogs will have fence requirements while others may not.
A pet is a lifetime commitment. The dogs and cats in our system find themselves there, for the most part, because their humans did not have the same loyalty to them as they did to their owners. We do not take the adoption process lightly, and will do everything in our power to make sure the animal is placed correctly the first time around for your sake and theirs. Thank you for choosing to adopt not shop!
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