Mia has had an unsettled few months and is looking for a quiet retirement home. Don't be fooled though, she might be 10 but she still loves her walks. She can find busy areas overwhelming but loves making new human friends. She can tolerate other dogs in small doses but isn't a huge fan. In the home she can be vocal and will need some help learning to settle.
Type of home needed
Mia would like to live in a rural or semi rural area with access to quiet walks. She will need to be the only pet in the household and will need to have a secure, private garden to potter around in. She can live with children aged 15 years old and above. She will need patient, calm owners willing to help this older lady find her feet again and settle in to a home.
More about me
Mia will need a couple of meets before going home. The centre behaviour team will be on hand to discuss any additional training needs in more detail with her future adopters.
During these uncertain times, whilst we have had to unfortunately close our
rehoming centres to the public, we’d like to reassure you that our wonderful
staff will continue to provide the best possible care for our dogs. We are now
able to start the search for new homes for a small number of our awesome dogs.
This will really help us to support even more dogs who are most at risk of
being put to sleep as a result of this crisis. We have been overwhelmed by
your offers of support, and we wouldn’t be able to do any of this without
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those individuals, who are doing everything they can to make sure our dogs
get fed, walked, looked after and, as soon as we are able, finding them
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