Mia – Crossbreed



7 Month Old Female

Crossbreed UPDATE

Mia has issues with her hind legs, she has had full investigations and will need surgery when she is fully grown, at approx. 12-18 months old.  With this in mind we would like to find Mia a home committed to supporting her through surgery and until she is fit again.

She is not a dog that needs your pity, she is full on and loves to play with the other dogs.  Mia will need a home where she is allowed to be a dog but consideration given to the fact that her mobility is severely compromised.   She loves other dogs and is a tenacious little girl who lets nothing stop her in her pursuit of fun and frolics.

Mia will need new owners who are around for most of the day, at least one other dog is a must, Mia is fine with cats but does play with them so any cats must be dog savvy and happy to play. Timid cats would not cope with Mia’s attempts to play.

Due to her mobility any children will need to be older teenagers who can understand and allow for her issues.  Mia cannot be walked in the real sense but we do have a pram so that she can get out and about and enjoy life.  She is a great girl who needs owners who are used to dogs with limited mobility but who are young and playful and need to ensure their needs are met in other ways.

Mia is currently being fostered in Aldershot Hampshire.  She has been neutered, vaccinated and micro chipped and is up to date with flea and worming treatments.

To register your interest in re homing and to be considered for adoption, please complete the application form below.Home checks and set donations apply. If you have NOT received a reply to your application/email within 48 hours please email info@prodogsdirect.org.uk to confirm receipt. We DO reply to all emails we receive.

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Mia has come to us as she has some issues with all of her legs.  She is a sweet little girl and we are currently looking at what can be done to assist her going forwards.  We suspect that little will be able to be done but need to ensure that this is the case before looking for her forever home.

She is a great little lady with a tenacious temperament that brings constant smiles to her foster.  Mia is good with cats provided they bold as she does like to play with them.  Due to her disabilities Mia is unable to have formal walks as such, she enjoys pottering in and out of the garden and loves to bundle with the other dogs.

We suspect that Mia will need new owners who are around for a good part of the day, a nice garden and owners committed to ensuring she remains pain free and comfortable with her legs. We will update her as soon as we have further information once she has seen our orthopaedic specialist.

Mia is currently in Aldershot Hampshire, she has been neutered, vaccinated and micro chipped and is up to date with flea and worming treatment.