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  • Gender: Female
  • Age: 4 months (as of MAY, 2023)
  • Weight: 9kg/19lb
  • Breed: Formosan Mountain Dog / Mix
  • Dogs: Good with dog
  • Cats: Good with cat
  • Kids: Good with kid
  • Housebroken: Potty trained, but may have accidents in new environment.
  • Crate: training
  • Leash: Good on leash

We saw Miffy in a remote mountain area. Next to her, was a broken and tattered crate. She probably came out of the crate because the crate door was broken. However, she didn’t run away and stayed next to the crate watching if anyone stopped by (very few people would go to that area). Miffy’s luck turned when her rescuer went by and said hi to her. She immediately showed the rescuer her belly for pets (sadly, she was very skinny). 

Miffy’s rescuer noticed that she was weak and immediately took her to a vet’s office for check-up. Luckily, other than malnutrition, hunger and slight skin infection due to humidity, Miffy was completely healthy. After a short few weeks, Miffy’s skin has healed and she’s been given the nutritions she needed. Our Miffy is a healthy and active girl.

Miffy gets along with people, dogs, and cats! She has a great personality and is a social butterfly. She’s very smart and learns fast! She was house trained on pee pads within a few days of arriving at her foster home. She also does well doing her business outside. 

Miffy loves car rides and doesn’t have motion sickness issues.

Miffy is great to walk on leash for a puppy. She’s curious about her surroundings but never pulls hard. You will likely have an easy time walking her. 

Miffy doesn’t seem to have any food allergies and is not a picky eater. She does not guard her food against people, dogs or cats. 

Miffy’s natural tendency to say hi to everyone she meets, earned her a spot in a local TV show. She was a champ during filming and as she’s auditioning for her future family. She’s only 3 months old and is super easy going. She’s perfect for those who had never had dogs before. We just like to remind you, she’s still a puppy and will need training and tons of patience. Puppies could change their reactions to people and things if the caretakers do not follow through with training and patience. You have to understand that there’s no way for anyone to predict how a dog will react when they get to a new home. We would like our adopters to understand that and allow the dogs to approach you when they are ready, even a super easy pup like Miffy. 

If you are interested in Miffy, please connect with us. We will be more than happy to share more details.