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MILLY

LOCATION: Southern California, San Diego County

AGE: Approximately 9-10 months

SEX: Female/Spayed

WEIGHT: 22 lbs

KIDS: Yes but older (ages 10+), dog savvy children

OTHER DOGS: Yes

CATS: Unknown

BIRDS & OTHER SMALL ANIMALS: Unknown

AVAILABLE AS OF: 9/19/2020

ADOPTION FEE: $1000

Milly is available! She is a brindle female with a tuxedo chest, one white frosted paw and a dot of white on her chin. She’s approximately 9-10 months old and was lovingly surrendered to FBV when her previous family ran into financial hardship. Milly is in good health, up to date on all her shots and has been spayed.

 

She is full of energy and spunk. She loves all toys and loves to play. Because she is all puppy, sometimes she does not recognize her strength and nips in fun so a family with older kids would be ideal. She is potty trained for the most part but has occasional accidents when her foster family members miss her signals.

 

Milly needs a family who has the time to invest in teaching her manners and enroll her in a basic training class. She needs a fenced yard to contain her energetic spirit. Since she is basically black, she heats up easily so she should never be left outdoors in the heat. She is crate trained but prefers to be free. An ideal home would be someplace where one family member is home all day with her.

 

Milly walks well on a leash and loves to go on walks. She is a vocal girl, greeting neighbors, dogs, trash trucks all with a healthy bark. Milly will make someone a wonderful family member; she gives awesome kisses and is quite the snuggle bug. If you feel Milly would make a perfect addition to your family, please apply!

**WE DO NOT SHIP DOGS.

**APPLICATIONS FROM CALIFORNIA, OUT-OF-STATE AND CANADA WILL BE CONSIDERED.

**WE REQUIRE THE DOG BE PICKED UP IN PERSON IN THE AREA OF THE STATE SPECIFIED ABOVE. 

**ALL ADOPTIONS ARE SUBJECT TO A HOME VISIT. 

**FOR THE SAFETY OF OUR FOSTER HOMES, WE DO NOT ALLOW MEET AND GREETS PRIOR TO ADOPTION. 

**PLEASE KEEP IN MIND THAT SOME REGRESSION IN BEHAVIOR AND POTTY HABITS IS TO BE EXPECTED WHILE A DOG IS ADJUSTING TO A NEW HOME.