Age: 5 Years Sex: Female Weight: 11-25 lbs
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Leave a bone for Mia Lee
Mia Sangria; The Bulldozer; Sweet Lips; The Linebacker; Tiny Face
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May 28th 2007
Getting into a perfectly comfortable sleeping position!
Anything that is not a stuffie or that belongs to her; she's a DESTRUCTIVE FORCE TO DEAL WITH and she gets her brother in on the action, too! Oy!
There's such thing as a favorite food? To Mia- EVERYTHING IS GOOD!
Mia ADORES going for a walk; just loves it. As soon as I grab their collars, she's all over it. She does very well heeling and listening; she's smart, just stubborn!
FIRST it was simply jumping up on the bed when she was little; too high for her. Now she's got to try about 3 times because she's "a plus size woman". ...:) Too cute, though!
On my birthday, I was surprised with a tiny little ball of seal colored fur in the form of a 10 week old female Iggy! Suddenly, just as with my human life, I had two 'children' close in age and THANK GOD since that helped me to deal with these two four-legges MANIACS!!!!
Mia recently had a luxating patella; NOT GOOD! She's only 10 months old and I believe it's a hereditary situation. I took her to the vet and when they said something about "Orthopedic Surgery" I remembered MY situation facing the prospects of surgery, but opted for a different kind of 'non-invasive' and very gentle course of action which is called "Prolotherapy". I'd injured the tendons and everything in my shoulder, couldnt raise my arms AT ALL, couldn't button anything, write my name; it was bad and it was PAINFUL. I found an article on Prolotherapy so when it was Mia and myself at the vet, I said, "Will you give her prolotherapy?" and in 2 seconds, it was done. She had about 4 trips to finish the treatment, and though it's not suppose to work on luxating patellas, IT DOES!!!!!!!!! It's way cool. Now I NEED MESOTHERAPY and like Prolotherapy, I'll let you google your way to the answer to your question: "What's she talking about?" :)))))))))))))) Mia seems fine now; this is a recent situation. She's grown SO MUCH and SO FAST!!! She's 10 months old and weighs 13.5 pounds; Mojo (not a littermate) is 14 months old, and maybe weighs ten pounds soaking wet! Mia is FASTER THAN FAST, SMART AS A WHIP, AND BOY, DOES SHE DOMINATE HER BIG BROTHER! She's a sweet pupper who makes you WORK to gain her affection-little rat!!! But I love her heart and soul. She's been spayed and chipped; so we're all set. Don't want to lose our babies; no way! She's doing great, though and we'll try to spend a bit more time here on Dogster since it's the place to be and be seen!
LET'S PLAY YOU GUYS! I CAN FETCH!
The Groups I'm In:
!!!*The Logo makers*!!!, FANCYPANTS CAFE, Calling all Speed Demons!, IGGLETS ROCK!, ~~~*♥Dog Park USA♥*~~~
The Last Forum I Posted In:
ACL Injury & Laser Therapy
Mia Lee is a TOMBOY girl, and Mojo is somewhat of a DANDY........role reversal! She loves her brother, but lately while they're outside playing, he tends to 'hide' from her where she can't get at him otherwise- it's a given- we're going to hear one giant YELP and as we're running to them, we're praying for no broken bones! None so far. Fingers crossed. These two play HARD!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I've Been On Dogster Since:
|September 19th 2007
||More than 5 years!
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September 22nd 2007 3:09 pm
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This is Miss Mia Lee, aka My Peculiar Aristocratic Title is: Her Excellency Mia Lee the Inexorable of Piddletrenthide on the Carpet Get your Peculiar Aristocratic Title
writing to show you my new name.......my Aristocratic name, that is! And boy oh boy, does it suit me! It's perfect! You should get one for yourself. My mom thinks she might just have to get one for HERSELF!!!! Crazy humans!
I was teezin, though; you all are my friends, NOT my subjects. I don't have an attitude or anything.
With Love from The Princess of Sarasota,
Miss Mia Lee the Carpet Peer
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