Dog Story: Hi there! My name is Mia and I can’t wait to be adopted!After the nice people atAmerican Brittany Rescue accepted me frommy previous owners, they discoveed I am probably moreGerman Shorthaired Pointer than Brittany. I think I was a little too energetic for them so they gave me to ABR to find a home that better suits me. I am having a lot of fun at my new foster home. The nice people there tell me I am probably more of a small German Shorthaired Pointer than a Brittany. Just like a young Brittany, though, I have a great deal of energy. I love to run, chase the ball, play tugwith my doggy friends, and most importantly -I love to cuddle. After a long walk, run, or some play time, I love to just jump up on the couch and cuddle with whoever isthere (I think the humans like it, too). When I want to play, though, I want to play! I am still pretty young, so sometimes I can get into things when the humans aren’t watching. Also, I can sometimes get possessive of things I shouldn’t and then get a little angry when the humans take it awaybut it is just because I need to get rid of my energy. My foster home has been working on this with me and they tell me that while I’m not quite perfect yet, I’m getting better. I like when they help me because I get some peanut butter treats those are my favorite! I am looking for a home where the humans are able to spend a lot of time with me. I need a place where I can run off all my energy and I get to go on a lot ofL walks. Since I’m so young and have a lot of energy that can sometimes be misplaced, I’ll be better off at a home without kids but other dogs would be a bonus. All I need is love, attention, and someone whocan continue to work with me so that I become a happy, well mannered girl. If you are interested in adopting me, please complete theadoption applicationand mention Mia-3584. Mia is an owner surrender.