Mya’s foster mom here…Mya will absolutely make an amazing addition to someone’s home and I continue to tell her that. Mya will do best with an owner that is confident, assertive, calm and experienced with dogs (especially if you plan on bringing her into a home with other pets). She was owner-surrendered along with two other dogs at a shelter. My understanding is that she was in a loving home and it appears that she was well taken care of and loved. She is smart, obeys commands well, is crate-trained, housebroken and she is by far the best of my pack on a leash. She LOVES the car and makes an excellent co-pilot. Mya has adapted well to her two foster sisters and they like to play chase in the yard, take naps together and compete for lap space and kisses. I do not know how she is with cats, as I do not have any, but she has thus far been non-reactive to them when we have been out and about. Mya has been good around kids of all ages in our outings and I believe she could do great in a home with kids that can play with her and give her lots of love and affection. Mya has infinite potential: travel companion for road trips; walking/jogging partner; burglar alarm; pillow; loving and loyal forever companion.
Mya is a doll and I knew from the moment I saw her that she was special and someone reading this will recognize it as well.
If you think Mya could be your FUR-EVER dog, please fill out an adoption application today at http://www.animalalliesoftexas.org/adoption-application/ . Mya is waiting!
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