MIO

Jindo mix | unspayed female | 3.5 months old | 10 lbs

My Story

Mio is a rescue from Jeju Island, South Korea. Due to increased cost of transport, adoption donation is a minimum of $625 for puppies from Jeju Island.

Mio is from the litter of 6 puppies that were found in a small space behind an apartment building on Jeju island. The mother dog disappeared a few days later and was never found again

Siblings: Honey, Lovey, Leah

My Personality

Mio is the healthiest and the most energetic one from the litter. She is active and playful, but is a little shy when first met. She quickly opens her mind and comes close to you, but for the first 20-30 minutes, she is a little shy. Once she is familiar with you, she never leaves you alone! She is very affectionate and charming.

She also loves to eat and is motivated by treats and food. However, she doesn’t have food/toy aggression.

Mio eats very fast and when she eats a treat with other dogs, she finishes it the first and looks around to see if she can take other dogs’ treats. The foster always watches it so Mio can’t take other’s treats, and place her in a crate so other dogs can eat treats without being disturbed.

It’s not like Mio is underfed. The foster is free feeding the dogs and they eat the food whenever they want to.

Mio has high energy.


SOCIALIZATION QUICK FACTS

Comments: Mio is mildly shy. For the first 20-30 minutes, she acts a little shy, but soon gets friendly with you.

Not tested with cats.

Not tested with children. We do not recommend children under the age of 8 for a young puppy like Mio.


DAILY ROUTINE QUICK FACTS

Comments:  In car training. Mio gets car sick now.

Uses training pads when she is indoor during night time and holds the big business until she goes outside in the morning.

Barking - Mio is calmer when alone than Leah is. Mio may bark a few times when the person just leaves, but stops barking when she is left alone.


THIS DOG HAS COMPLETED

Comments:  Mio is unspayed since puppies under 6 months are not allowed to be fixed in South Korea. It will be adopter’s mandatory responsibility to have puppy spayed at 6 months of age.

Tested NEGATIVE for Heartworm, Lyme, Ehrlichia Canis, Anaplasma Platys, Giardia.

All medical records provided upon adoption.