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Millie’s previous owner moved into a new chapter in her life and found that she was unable to take her along in this new adventure. She’s now sniffing out a new home!

Family first! Millie loves to soak in plenty of love from her family. You’ll find her hanging out in your lap as often as possible and she’s up for just as many snuggle and cuddles sessions! She plays great with her brother but hasn’t had much exposure to other dogs. New people or dogs will lead to a very vocal Millie until she meets them properly and gets to know them before showing her love! Walks and backyard fun is her way of exercise!

Miss Good Dog. Millie knows the commands sit, down, go to your room (her kennel), and go upstairs. She’s not a fan of the crate and will protest about being put in at first but will settle down and be calm while you’re gone. Millie does need to be let outside about every 6 hours to relieve herself or she won’t be able to contain it within herself! Her leash manners are mostly good except for her initial excitement of going out! Baths aren’t the most pleasant experience for her and she’ll sulk through it but will allow you to do your thing.

Hear her sound! Millie is quite vocal and will sound a constant alarm when there are unfamiliar people or dogs in the home, especially when she can’t see or say hi to them.! She will need comfort from her family letting her know it’s okay!

The family best suited for Millie is patient, loving, and okay with Millie’s vocalizations! She simply just wants to enjoy living the rest of her life loved, cared for, and at home in your lap!