Shar Pei
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MIMI is a 7 yr old Shar Pei who came to us after her owner died. She was found in the house by a concerned person who went looking for her owner. Her owner had passed away and Mimi had been in a crate for approximately three days. She is understandably missing her person. It seems like it was just the two of them. Mimi is slow to warm up to new people but when she does, she is a complete love and even a playful little clown! Mimi prefers her home where she is the only pet so she can soak up all the love! She loves to go on walks and we are working on her leash skills. Mimi would also love a large fenced yard to explore. She lived in the city and probably didn’t get too much time to sniff about and smell the roses. Mimi is housebroken and crate trained. We are looking for an adult only home thats not too far away so that we can do several extended meet and greets. Shar-Pei experience is a plus or experience with a similar type of dog. Shar-Peis are known for their skin problems and Mimi‘s seems to be at bay currently. Fleas and bad nutrition probably contributed to her hind end hair loss. She has since been treated for fleas, finished a round of antibiotics and is on fish oil for skin support. Mimi has been vaccinated, is presumed to have been spayed and will have a more thorough work up as soon as the vets open up from Covid and we are able to go in with her. Please fill out an application at if you are the family she is looking for! Adoption $250


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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