Courtesy Posting - Mila

Isn't she a Doll?

Isn't she a Doll?

Isn't she a Doll?
I am not sure about this camera
I will get a lot bigger!

Mila has found er forever home. This was her story...

Mila is being fostered and adopted through Canine Connect A Care rescue, based out of London, Ontario. She came from a high-kill shelter in the US. Mila is approximately one year old, and is only 54 pounds currently. However, she will get bigger over the next year!

Mila is very friendly and gets along with everyone! Kids, other dogs, even cats! She loves to go visit the dog park, where she can run and jump and play with other dogs, but her favourite place to go is the pet store. Mila loves how they have lots of beds just laying around for her to climb into...

If you are interested in adopting Mila, please contact CCAC directly at canineconnectacare@bell.net

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May 11, 2013
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Beautiful.
by: Natasha

Mila is a beautiful girl. If I was in Ontario I would snatch her up in a minute! All my animals are adopted and well loved. I've been looking for a great Pyrenees here in PEI but no luck. Hopefully one day. :)

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