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In the earliest stages of her life, MIA had to learn to be on her own.

Separated from her mum and thrown away in a cardboard box on a scorching summer day is how her story begins.

A puppy so small would've ended dead if it hadn't been for the girl who found her and helped her grow into this beautiful girl she is now.

But somehow, all this time MIA hasn't managed to find someone who will love her unconditionally just the way she loves everyone back.

We'd love to find this beautiful girl a home as 3 years in a boarding house is a lot for a gentle soul like Mia.

Things you should know about MIA💙

  • 3.5 years old

  • mixed breed

  • around 15kg

A boarding house is what she calls a home. She encountered a brief happiness of being someone else's dog and lived as a family member but unfortunately they had decided she wasn't a good match so she went back to the only home she's ever known.

  • house trained but occasional toilet accidents but with some training and patience she will learn that quickly

  • her rescuer claims she's excellent in adjusting to the new environment or any other life conditions. It takes her a short period of time to relax and open herself

  • she is simply amazing with dogs, quite submissive in interactions and very perceptive of other dogs which is why she has never had any incident with another dog

  • eager for new events, as well as to learn something new. Adores walks, loves exploring & sniffing and is very adventurous. She is even amazingly well behaved in a car so long trips wouldn't be just a dream.

  • Mia can be a little bit timid at first, which is understandable as she hasn't met too many people in her life but is surprisingly very good with them, calm, well balanced dog which makes us believe she will be also great with kids. But surely a proper introduction is needed. Once she gets to know a person she becomes very affectionate and cuddly.

  • hasn't met a cat

  • walks on a lead brilliantly

  • healthy, fully vaccinated and spayed

How do you adopt MIA?

Adoption requires a pre-adoption questionnaire, home check and an adoption contract.

You will need to pay for MIA's transportation, and pay for the paperwork to get her to you.

The costs are typically 550 € in total depending on where you are located and which company is delivering a dog to you.

We used to be able to charge a little less but unfortunately, due to brexit, the costs of passports, documentation and travel have been increased by our suppliers.

For more information please contact our facebook page or email

To apply for MIA please fill in our adoption questionnaire.

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