Mia – 4 year old female German Shepherd Cross

Mia is a 4-year-old female German Shepherd cross, comprising 75% German Shepherd and 25% Rottweiler.

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Urgently seeking a foster or forever home, her previous rehoming was prompted by a family’s serious illness, leaving her understandably bewildered by the sudden changes in her life.

Known for quick bonding, she requires a home that can help her overcome protective tendencies. Mia, having been with her original family since being a pup, is now in need of a loving and stable environment.

Having lived with children aged 5 and older, including two with additional needs, Mia is accustomed to family life. However, she isn’t well-socialized and exhibits wariness towards unfamiliar dogs, often barking if they approach too closely.

Ideally, Mia would thrive in a home where she is the only pet, allowing her new family to work on alleviating her anxiety around unknown dogs.

Despite picking up on household anxiety, Mia demonstrated affection during her assessment, walking well on her halti and showing no reactivity to another dog.

A potential adopter with experience in handling large breeds or shepherds would be ideal for Mia. She can be left alone for reasonable periods, travels well, and welcomes visitors into her home.

Mia is spayed, vaccinated, and microchipped, ready for a new family willing to provide her with ample exercise and mental stimulation.

Forever homes for Mia are sought across the UK, but interested parties will need to travel to South Yorkshire for the initial meet. The adoption process involves attending a meeting with all family members and children regularly in contact with the dog.

Additional meets may be necessary for some dogs. Home checks, vet references, and further meetings with Mia are part of the adoption process.

The rescue ensures that all resident and previous animals are/were regularly vaccinated and neutered/spayed unless under veterinary advice. A robust rescue backup system is in place for all adopted dogs.

JLP Trust Animal Rescue South Yorkshire
JLP Trust Animal Rescue South Yorkshire

For further details regarding adopting a dog from JLP Trust Animal Rescue in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, please email enquiries@jlptrustanimalrescue.org.uk or telephone 07766 766252 or 07950 404074.

JLP Trust Animal Rescue is a foster based rescue in South Yorkshire (Rotherham and the surrounding areas) and we offer help to animals who need us to find them a new home for whatever the reason.

Sadly many animals, especially in the South Yorkshire area, find themselves needing a new home, abandoned or neglected through no fault of their own. We try to help as many of these as possible through providing help with rehoming, foster homes and help to owners wherever possible to ensure that the animals remain safe, looked after and loved until a new forever home can be found.

For every animal we help we provide homechecks, vaccination, neutering and microchipping and lifetime back up if anything should go wrong in their new home.

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