Mia has entered the shelter from a home environment. Mia hasn’t been exposed to much in life and will need a lot of slow work to make her realise that everything isn’t scary. Mia is still only a puppy and has a lot of energy about her. She wouldn’t suit a home that wants a calm easy going small dog. She would be more suited to a home that would utilise her energy giving her things to do, lots of walks and trips out and about.
Anyone looking to rehome her needs to understand that she is going to be barky and anxious at first. it is going to take her time to become the perfect little girl she wants to be.
Mia needs to go to an adult only home. She wont cope in a house that is busy with little ones running around.
She would love another dog to play with that would match her energy levels and will be patient with her.
She needs a home that will take her on plenty of walks and not leave her longer than 3-4 hours.
Mia does have some chasing behaviour and therefore wouldn’t be suitable to live in a house with cats.
Mia is a Jack Russell X making her bright, clever and eager to learn more. She, like most Jack Russell’s will need plenty of exercise and mental stimulation; too little exercise, too little companionship and too little stimulation may lead to boredom, which will in turn may lead to destructive behaviours.