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Mint probably has one of the best smiles around. How can you look at her face and not fall in love with her? This sweet girl has been passed around quite a bit. From being part of a hoarding case to getting adopted to being returned to us. No matter how hard we try, sometimes it just isn't a fit. And sadly her last family was not her forever. But, we know that they are out there. And when they find Mint, they are going to head over heels in love with her!
Mint is a 9-month-old female Great Pyrenees/Labrador Retriever mix. She is on the smaller side and only weighs about 45lbs. She won't be getting much bigger. She is fluffy but has more coarse fur.
Curious about what Mint's fosters have to say about him? Be sure to read on then!
"Mint, or as we call her Minty came to us ridiculously thin considering she came from an owner. That aside, this girl is so sweet. She is not very needy, and while she loves attention isn't constantly on you for it. She does great with the other dogs and loves to play with them. She is potty trained and has pretty good house manners. She is still young so we do recommend that her new home be puppy-proofed. Mint does well with our cats and listens to her name well. She enjoys being part of the family, and if no one can play with her will grab some toys and play with them. Her smaller size makes her an awesome travel buddy. If you have been looking for a smaller, absolutely adorable, and friendly dog Mint is for you! ♥ "
Mint is a good mix of calm and playful. She probably leans more towards the calmer side but can be quite playful with the other dogs.
You can apply to adopt Mint using the link below. However, we highly recommend reading his ENTIRE bio to find out more info about him and see if his personality would be a good fit with your family first.
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?? Mint's Questionnaire ??
? How does Mint act when meeting new people?*:
Mint does well when meeting new people and is friendly. She may initially be a bit shy.
?Has Mint been to any public settings?
Mint hasn't been to any public outings in her current foster family. We feel she would be okay but may be nervous until she feels comfortable with her surroundings.
? Does Mint jump on people?
Mint has good manners and doesn't jump on people.
?Is Mint a chewer?
Mint is a big chewer. She mainly sticks to her toys. However, she is still young so might sometimes try to chew on things she shouldn't. She does take correction well.
?Does Mint like water?
We are unsure if Mint is a water dog. She does like playing outside with the other dogs but doesn't come in wet and muddy like her foster friend Paislee does.
?Does Mint have any food aggression or issues with trying to resource guard?
Yes. Mint is a dog who had nothing prior to coming to the rescue. She should be fed away from the other dogs during feeding time. She doesn't resource guard unless she has a yummy bone, then she may try to keep the other dogs from it.
?Is Mint Potty and Kennel Trained?
Mint is potty trained. However, her foster doesn't kennel so she has no experience in one with them.
?Where does Mint stay when his fosters are away?
Mint has free-roam of the house while her fosters are away and at night and does well.
? Is Mint a big barker?
Mint has not shown to be a big barker. She may sometimes bark during play time, but for the most part seems to be on the less vocal side.
?Would Mint do well in an apartment setting?
Yes. Mint is on the smaller side and not a high-energy dog. She would do well as long as her new family had a good exercise plan in place for her. She would definitely need to go on longer walks/hikes since she is young and medium energy.
? Does Mint walk well on the leash?
Mint walks well on a leash. She has not been on too many walks/outings so could probably use some more working with.
?Does Mint like going on road trips?
Mint does well on car rides.
?Does Mint do well with other dogs?
Yes, Mint does great with the other dogs. She loves playing with them, but also won't let them push her around.
?Does Mint do well with cats?
Yes, Mint doesn't pay attention to her fosters cats.
?Does Mint do well with children?
Mint is not being fostered around any kids in her foster home. Her last foster home reported that she did great around kids as young as 4 years old.
?? To Mint's Future Family ??
Mint is a hard one to pin. She loves other dogs and playing with them. However, she can be pretty witchy when it comes to food. Not all the time, but sometimes. Other than that, she is usually playing with them inside or outside the house. She loves playing with her toys. Mint would do excellent as an only dog, but would also be fine with another playful male dog in her new home. Her owners would need to be dog savvy though and feed her separately.
Mint is being fostered in Kiowa, OK. Her new family needs to be able to pick her up(even if they are out of state). No commercial transports and no shipping. Just a fun road trip with her and her new family! ?
Her adoption fee is $225. That includes DHLPP, Rabies, and Bordatella shots. She will be micro-chipped, heart-worm tested, have a fecal done, be de-wormed, be spayed/neutered, and will be current on heart-worm and flea/tick prevention.
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