Mimi is a typical youngster full of mischief and energy but with so much confidence too

Mimi was rescued from a Turkish Death Camp along with a number of other puppies by another animal rescue. Sadly all but Mimi died due to an outbreak of Parvovirus.

It is an epidemic in Turkey and takes so many vulnerable puppies, but somehow, despite Mimi actually contracting it herself, she survived.

Mimi age 6-7 months when she came into AFOT care

We were asked to take Mimi along with some other dogs but because of the risk to our other puppies and dogs, she had to remain at another rescue until she was able to travel to our Halfway House Sanctuary aged 6-7 months old where she went into quarantine.

Mimi is now 10 months old (June 2022), 15kg, healthy and ready to move on to the next exciting stage of her life.

Mimi is such a pretty girl

Mimi is a typical goofy young girl who is all legs at the moment. She’s always on the go and has lots of energy and loves affection.

She’s confident and mischievous and loves to play. Mimi is a sweet dog who loves to be stroked and fussed. She’s great with the other dogs in the sanctuary, large and small, and despite being only a young, she gets stuck in and holds her own and likes nothing better than to play with them.

Mimi enjoying a kiss with our Foster Carer Yvonne Gallant at Halfway House Sanctuary

Her training is ongoing, but she is only very young and it’s early days. She will wait on command for food and come when called, but lead training hasn’t really commenced. She gets very excited and has a tendency to jump up but this is something, along with all the other ‘puppy’ traits, which will pass with the correct training which her future adopter will need to be prepared to undertake on an ongoing basis.

So cute!

Mimi is a slim, black, fawn and white brindle mixed breed dog and this clever little girl is now looking for her forever home where she can be centre of attention and get all the love and cuddles she deserves. She will make a lovely new addition to any family and you can find out what’s involved in taking on one of our rescue dogs by clicking this link and reading our Dog Adoption Policy guidelines.

A home check is always made and while there is no adoption fee required, we do ask for a voluntary donation to help towards our costs.

If you want to register your interest in Mimi or are interested in providing a loving home for one of our rescue dogs in general then please complete and submit our Dog Adoption Registration form.