Mia – 2 year old female Cross-Breed

Mia is a 2 year old female Cross-Breed. She is super loving and friendly but also can be shy at the start so need everything to be introduced slowly.

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Mia has no aggression towards kids but is very cautious, especially with small ones so recommended for families with kids 6+. Mia has a good temperament. Active outside and calm at home.

Mia can be left for a short period. Mia lives at Foster with kids, dogs and cats. Mia loves dogs but can be unsure of big or pushy ones. Ignores cats.

Mia has tender and soft nature, can be shy with new people, but is eager to build trust fast as she has a very loving nature.

Mia loves walks but feels uncomfortable around traffic and loud noises. Mia has no known health issues. Spayed, vaccinated, microchipped.

Paw Help UK
Paw Help UK

For further details regarding adopting a dog from Paw Help UK, please email pawhelpuk@gmail.com or by telephoning/WhatsApp +447932590993 for an application form or queries. Paw Help UK is foster based Rescue helping UK based dogs surrendered by owners to find new homes. Paw Help UK is run by dogs-loving enthusiastic volunteers (not paid positions) and exists only on public donations (including Adoption Fees as a means to support rescue work: (transportation, sterilisation, vet bills and vaccinations). A lot of our rescue dogs are fostered in UK before going to their forever homes. Paw Help UK also works as an adoption office for pets rescued in Poland, Ukraine and Belarus, we are helping the abandoned pets of all ages, health, temperaments, and history to find a forever loving home in Britain. All dogs pass a health check, have their tests, full vaccinations and behavior assessment before arriving in the UK. We support the sterilisation campaign in those countries and send 50 pounds from each adoption fee for stray dog sterilisation.

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