Home Adopted Mya *
Mya * Popular Good with DogsPotties on a leashShyCrate TrainedLikes to ride in the carDoesnt need a fenced yardHigh Energy
Gender: Female Age: 1 year Status: Adopted

Hello Fellow Beagle Lovers! My name is Mya and I am looking for my forever home. I am a 1 year old female spayed beagle mix and weight 25 lbs. I was adopted out from a shelter when I was a puppy but then my family returned me to the shelter because I kept chasing the chickens. Then Midwest BREW scooped me up and here I am.  

When you first meet me I’m a bit shy and nervous but then warm up very quickly and then I just can’t stop kissing you. I love to snuggle up with my foster mom and take a nap in her lap or lie next to her on the couch and watch TV. I am house and crate trained. I whine a little bit when I initially go into my crate but then settle down quickly (my foster family gives me nice treats that I can chew on and toys in my crate that keep me occupied). I am very good on a leash. I usually don’t pull on the leash (unless I see a bird or squirrel) and will potty while on our walks. My foster family has a fenced in backyard and I love to go out there and sniff around but I will not go potty in the backyard. So if you are going to adopt me you must be willing to walk me multiple times a day so that I can go potty. Also, like to take longer walks (over 20 minutes) because it takes me a while to find the perfect place to go potty (because I’m picky where I go potty). I am also good in the car. I am young so I am full of energy and love to exercise and play. I also know “sit” on command. My foster mom keeps trying to teach me “down”, but I think down means rolling onto by back for a belly rub and a treat. I’m super smart so if you continue working with me with commands I will eventually understand what you are asking of me.

When I spot something outside on our walks I will sometimes point and my foster mom giggles. Then I have to give her a kiss and continue on our walk. I am not a digger, but will sometimes eat grass and try to pick up things on my walk. But if my foster mom tells me to drop it I do right away and continue on my walk. My foster mom also says I don’t bark often, only when I’m truly excited / overstimulated.

I recently went to the vet for some booster vaccines and was found to have a cataract in my left eye. The vet doesn’t know why I have a cataract, but it really doesn’t bother me. Otherwise, I am a very healthy little girl.

I do ok with the other dog in my foster home, but I get snarky once in a while when I am sitting in my foster’s lap or on the couch and the other dog approaches.  I also like to rough house with the other dog in my foster home and run around the house playing with the dog. Sometimes my foster mom has to tell us to settle down because we play too hard. I might do better in a home with another dog that is more submissive, but I would also probably be just as happy as an only dog so I get all the attention for myself. I also am a little mouthy. My foster mom has been working with me on this issue, and I have learned the word No, but I get to excited and forget. Also, because I am a little nervous and shy I would not do well in a home with young children. I might do ok in a home with older children that understand my nerves. My foster family doesn’t have any children, but I have met some children on our walks and as long as they don’t scare me I allow them to pet me.

If I sound like a perfect fit for your family, then please fill out an application. I can’t wait to meet you to so I can shower you in my kisses.

NOTE: Dog may be located in any of our six volunteer states (WI, IL, IN, OH, PA, MI).