Butters (now Mia) has found her forever home! She has an awesome new mom and dad as well as a new Frenchie brother. Her parents have a lot of experience with rescue and brachycephalic dogs, so Mia is in great hands. She has stolen the hearts of her new family and there is no doubt that she is where she belongs! Congratulations Mia on finding your furever!

Hello World! My name is Butters, and I will melt your heart! I am currently residing in Nevada, and I am a one-year-old brindle gal who is looking for her fur-ever home. 

 

I was surrendered by my family not long ago because I showed signs of pain. My former family took me to the ER where I was diagnosed with questionable early stages of IVDD. My former family had a very busy life with little kids and did not have the time to put me on crate rest and pain medication. They also were unable to afford my care. With some time and TLC from my foster mom, I improved quickly with the completion of crate rest and pain meds! I was seen by neurology and cleared of any IVDD findings. There was no significant cause to my pain found and I slowly stopped crying and started feeling better! I did develop some spasms as well but after 3 laser treatments, these stopped.

 

Currently, I am loving a raw diet because I have some allergies to chicken. I also sometimes get an itchy allergic belly with hot spots but have a spray you can use to help. My belly will need to be monitored frequently to keep those annoying hot spots at bay.

 

I am mostly submissive with stuff but can be a little protective of my crate and food bowl…not in an aggressive way but I will run to get to them before others…you know, protect what is mine. With slow introductions, I don’t think you will find me to have any trouble adjusting to the resident peeps (including small children) and pets. I didn’t love my foster kitty sibling at first but have since learned not to chase her. I am really very sweet, kind, and gentle and am becoming more my playful self as I am feeling much better! There are, however, times that I can be shy around strangers and may hide in between your legs for safety.

 

I will need exercise as I am still young…and besides I love walks! I am leash trained and okay with my crate but not for too long a time. I am also housebroken!  My foster mom says I'm pretty smart. I am super fast, too, so get ready for some Frenchie zoomies! A fenced yard would be nice so I can master my zoomies! I’ve also been called goofy and playful. I love to play with toys until I am fully exhausted and then will take a long nap. I can be a Velcro Frenchie so you better be prepared for some hard core snuggle time when I am good and tired.

 

Please place a bet and take a chance on me! I’ll be the butter to your favorite toast!!! I promise you won’t regret it!