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Pet name:
Hound, Border Collie, Mixed
Coat length:
Mia is 53lbs, about 6 years old, and some sort of a hound maybe border collie mix because of her fur. I’m not sure what to breed call her, but whatever she is, she has a super soft and fluffy coat, is constantly smiling and can howl at the moon 

I’ve been fostering Mia and here’s what I can tell you:

 She walks perfectly on a leash
 She’s crate trained
 She’s housebroken - not a single accident!
 She has not destroyed anything, she doesn’t even seem to care much for toys.
She is great with other dogs and loves cats too! 
 She LOVES attention, walks, belly rubs and hot dogs

She is a calm girl who loves sunbathing and watching the squirrels for hours in the backyard. She requires a yard with a 6ft secure fence and would do fine as an only dog or with other dogs. Because she likes a calm house without kids. She is heartworm positive from what we assume was a life outside before rescue and undergoing slow kill treatment.

Mia is spayed, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped. Her adoption donation is only $250! 


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Maxx & Me is an all volunteer, all foster home rescue and do not have a shelter. Please allow at least 48 hours for applications to be processed (missing information may slow the process, so please take your time and be thoughtful in your answers). All dogs posted are available (so no need to ask). We place dogs based on best home for each dog and not order of applications received. Email us at for updates and questions. Thank you for choosing rescue.


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