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> Stunning Milly
Shele
post 4th Mar 2012, 12:22 pm
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Just look at this stunningly beautiful girl. Milly was found a home by EGLR when she was a puppy, but has come back to us as her owner is unwell and can no longer care for her. Unfortunately the upsets in Milly's life have caused her to be very stressed and this has contributed to her developing Demodectic Mange which has made her very uncomfortable. She is undergoing treatment for this at the moment and in time should make a full recovery.

Milly is tall (25inches) and willowy and very, very elegant! She has a sweet nature, is very loving and eager to please and looks totally mortified when told off! She is about 9 months old now and so is still a pup, she is good with her basic commands but will need this training to be continued and boundaries put in place. Milly is good with the other dogs she plays with the younger ones and does not bother the oldies, she has been living with a cat.

Milly is clean in the house and is fine to be left with another dog for company; for this reason we feel she would like a home with another 'young at heart dog' to play with. Milly can get a little boisterous when excited so older children in her new home would be best.

If you think Milly might be the one for you then please call Pip on 01386 853971 or Linda on 0121 258 4510

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