Mina – ADOPTED
Name: Mina
Age: 1 year and 3 months old (As of 5/15/2020)
Gender: Female
Breed: FMD/Shepherd mix
Weight: 28-33lbs.
Dogs: Good with dogs
Cats: Ok with cats, needs slow intro
Kids: Good with kids
Housebroken: Yes
Crate trained: Good in crate
Leash: In training
Brief Bio:

Meet Mina! Mina is an adorable 1 year and 3 months old FMD/Shepherd mix. She is around a very sweet girl who can be a bit shy at first. Mina loves to give hugs and kisses. She sticks by people and loves to sit next to her foster mom on the couch while watching tv. She greets her every morning with lots of tail wags. Mina is great with other dogs and loves to run around and play, it helps boost her confidence. She is eager to learn new tricks and already knows “sit, wait, cross, outside, inside, kennel up”. During the day she loves her walks, loves sunbathing outside or a nice nap on the couch. She is potty trained with a doggy door. Mina is a bit fearful of cats and is slowly learning to be in the same room with them. We have not seen any aggressive behavior with food, toys or anything. She is a very happy girl who would like nothing more than to find her forever home. Mina is patiently waiting!

ADOPTED!

We feel so lucky to have found such an amazing dog to adopt, Mina. Working with Melody at Love Second Chances was super easy! The entire process was very thorough, and we really felt they listened to what we needed in a dog to bring into our home with our 2 cats. I felt good about the strong application process, the organized fashion of our initial meeting with Mina, as well as the information provided to us when we started our 1 week trial. Mina has already proven to fit easily into our home environment and is thriving! She gets along great with our 2 cats, and is already sleeping on my daughter's bed! In addition, she was already very well trained in basic commands so the transition of being a new dog owner has been very smooth. We love Mina and are very grateful she is a part of our home forever! -Erika and Samantha”

 

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