Today’s very special dog is Micka.
What Micka has to say
My name is Micka and I am all Min Pinn! I have a wonderful personality full of love and sass! A family to call my own who loves me for who I am is what I seek. I make a great walking partner, as I have plenty of energy even at 10 years young!
If I sound like your type of guy please meet me! Please bring the family to meet me! Bring potential dog sisters or brothers too as I get along best with calm dogs who would like a buddy just to hang out with (I am much more of a people person:). In need a warm place to lay, a nice comfy lap and someone to love are all things I am looking for in a fur-ever home. Could that be your home?
Come on down to the AAWL to meet me!
Breed: Miniature Pinscher
Secondary Breed: Main Breed Mix
Size: Small (0-20 lbs.)
Adoption Fee: $50.00
First day at AAWL & SPCA: 06/16/2012
Not recommended for cats
May get along with other dogs
Recommended for Jr High and up
About the AAWL
The Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA (AAWL & SPCA) is the largest and oldest no-kill shelter in Arizona. We are a no-kill shelter in that we do not euthanize animals except for the rare occasions when it is in the best interest of the animal to do so, usually from untreatable medical conditions.
AAWL & SPCA rescues, rehabilitates and re-homes more than 2,500 dogs and cats that are abandoned or that have been surrendered by their owners. We do this primarily by rescuing them from other shelters in Maricopa County where they are likely to be euthanized due to the lack of time and resources to care for them. At any one time our shelter will hold 190 cats and 90 dogs. We also have a foster parent network of approximately 80 families who provide care and shelter in their homes for puppies and kittens that are too young to be adopted, and those animals that are recovering from medical procedures or that need socialization before adoption.
All pets offered for adoption have been spayed or neutered; micro-chipped and are current on all vaccinations. Any medical treatments needed, including surgeries, are provided by our medical team and all animals are evaluated by our behavior department.
AAWL & SPCA not only adopts companion animals into loving homes, we also hold a leadership position in the community in education and animal welfare issues. Please review our Education section to learn about all of our programs.
Remember, dogs are people, too!
Your faithful Cavaliers,
Happy and Lady Randolph