Micky (Rehomed)

Name:

Micky

Age:

2 Years Old

Breed:

Miniature Pinscher

Sex:

Male

Colour:

Black & Brown

Description:

Hey peeps! How are you all? I’m Micky, a super small doggie looking for a new home, I only weigh 2kgs…tiny! I’m a 2 year old Miniature Pinscher. I’m an absolute sweetie pie that really wants a warm lap to curl up on. I get on well with cats and other dogs but I’m very small so I need taking care of that bigger dogs aren’t boisterous with me because that does make me scared!

I can live with children of all ages but I would need to meet them first to be sure that we get along! I really don’t like being on my own at home, I become very anxious about it! But I’m so small and well behaved, you could easily take me to work with you. In my new home I can’t be left alone at all initially and then this can be gradually built up over time. Please come in and meet me, I haven’t had any visitors so far!!

 

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