11/28/23 Milly is a 3 year old Doberman mix who had to be surrendered when her family became homeless. She is an incredibly kind, loving dog, who just wants a family. This dog cried like I have never seen when her family had to leave her. It was the saddest day of her life and she still doesn't understand. We promised her it will all be ok and there's another family out there who will love her just as much. Milly was extremely attached to the young children in her family, one being an infant. She was glued to them, and we would really love for her to be adopted by another family with kids, but that is not necessarily a requirement. Milly is housetrained. She did have some pretty bad separation anxiety the first couple of days in her foster home but that is better now. It is something an adopter needs to be aware of until she gets adjusted to her new home. We do recommend crating her when the family is gone, to avoid any mishaps with her chewing things she shouldn't. Milly is excellent with other dogs as well as cats. In fact, she wants to cuddle them all. She will take any cuddles she can get, whether it's other pets, or humans. She is just a very affectionate lady. Please help us find Milly another family to love. Let's please not be unkind to this family. They truly tried to keep her. But it came down to surrendering her or they would all be on the streets. With young kids and a baby, that is a tough call, and they did the right thing by surrendering her to a rescue. Milly is up to date on vaccinations, spayed, heartworm neg, and on prevention. She weighs about 60lbs. Located in Arkansas, but transport is available. Adopter must be able to pick up or arrange for someone to pick up for them at one of the following times/locations. Harrisburg, PA 2am FridaysPort Jervis, NJ 5am Fridays Southington, CT 8am Fridays East Hartford, CT 11am Fridays
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