Cheshire Dogs Home – Mia

Name:  Mia

Breed: Siberian Husky

Gender:  Female

Age: 1 year 11 months

CDH Number: c28


Mia is a young girl with a lot to learn, she was found wandering as a stray and is now looking to put that part of her life behind her and start again. She is a very excitable young girl and although very lovable, she would not be suited to first time dog owners.

She is a sweet girl who goes very wriggly when given a fuss, she likes to give kisses and is generally very affectionate when there aren’t other things going on. On walks she likes to take the world in through her nose, she doesn’t particularly pay attention to where she is walking, only to what her nose is following. This does mean that although she doesn’t particularly pull on the lead, she does walk all over the place and will burst into a run when filled with sudden excitement. She is only young and will be needing training and socialisation to help with this.

She is looking for an active home with people who have knowledge of her breed. Huskies are very smart and have a lot of energy, they don’t always fit well into normal family life so her adopters will need to work extra hard to ensure she is mentally and physically stimulated enough to satisfy her. Her new home should have a secure garden with high fences where she can play and release her puppy-like energy safely, without the worry of getting lost again.

We do not know if she has ever lived with children however would not be suitable for living with young children, she could potentially live with older children who are used to bigger, bouncy dogs following a successful meet and greet.

For further information or to enquire about meeting MIa please contact Cheshire Dogs Home on 0844 504 1212

If you are interested in adopting a dog from Cheshire Dogs Home, please email reception on [email protected] with some information about yourselves, who lives in your home, your lifestyle and why you are interested in this particular dog.

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