Mylie needs a home

Posting ID : A1068505138
Date Posted : 2015-08-19
Category : Pets

It breaks my heart to have to part ways with my baby girl Mylie, but unfortunately I just do not have the time for her anymore. I recently changed jobs and have a baby at home. By the time I get home and do everything for my baby I am exhausted and pass out. She is simply not getting the attention she deserves. She is a chihuahua poodle mix and is almost four. She is a very sweet, loving girl. She loves to go on walks with you and run and play, but also loves to lay around and cuddle with you. She adores my baby. She is so good with him. Occasionally when he is petting her he grabs on really tight and while I'm trying to gently pull him off Mylie just waits patiently. She has never been aggressive with him in the slightest. She adores kids. She can however, get jumpy when she is around men or if someone is over zealous and tries to scoop her up. Although she does get scared she has never shown any signs of aggression with people. She gets along really well with males dogs. She is weary around female dogs though. She was attack by a female dog and ever since then she can be a little feisty with females. I think she would be best in a home with male dogs or alone, she would do well with kids as well. She needs someone or a family to be able to give her plenty of attention and love. I recently moved and cannot find her vet records though, I believe she is needing shots soon. She is not spayed. She does have an umbilical hernia. She doesn't have any issues with it, she has had is since she was a pup. Vet said it can be fixed if/when she is spayed. Over all she is a very good dog, she just takes a little time to feel comfortable approaching new people. She is underweight. She has been like this since she was a pup as well. I have tried wet dog food, adding oatmeal, dry food, soft food. She will go through spurts where she will eat it for a while and get to almost a good weight and then is no longer interested in it. Vet says she is a healthy dog other than her low weight but just be sure to be offering food consistently and often. Serious inquires only please.

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