Midnite

Miniature Pinscher
Adoption Pending!

Midnite is such a sweet, loving, cuddly little girl. She will be 1 year old in June. She will let you know when she has to go outside to go potty. She is good with both boy and girl dogs of all sizes. We were told she is also good with cats. Midnite knows some commands and is very smart. She loves playing with toys and will throw them up and pounce on them. Her sight is not perfect but she can see well enough to get around. She does stairs just fine and can jump up on things and down off them, such as the couch or bed. She sleeps with her foster mommy at night and is a very good girl.

Midnite is good on the leash and just so happy to meet everyone. She would love a home with a fence and also go for walks. She would be happy to have another fur sibling best buddy to play with.

Midnite has so much love to give.
About me
Sex:  Female
Spayed/Neutered:  Yes

Breed:  Miniature Pinscher / Terrier
Mixed Breed:  Yes

Age:  Young
Date of Birth: 06/01/2023 

Weight:  24 lbs.
Size when grown:  Medium

House trained:  Yes

Good with other dogs:  Yes
Good with cats:  Yes
Good with children:  Yes
health information
Heartworm Test:  Not tested

Vision:  Can see well enough to get around
Cause:  Congenital - retinal degeneration

Notes from Eye Doctor:  Midnite is so sweet and wanted to cuddle with everyone at the doctor office. She wouldn’t stay still for the doctor with one tech, so another tech came in and held her as well and she was perfect. Guess she just wanted more people to love on her.

Her eye structure is all good except her retinas, they are a bit thinner than normal, retinal degeneration. He said there is no way of telling if it will progress and she becomes completely blind or if it was congenital/secondary to an infectious disease that was present early in life.


The nystagmus could be a cause from the thinner retinas, eyes trying to cope. But not certain as to cause.

She has no pain or any issues needing meds. We can hope the thinner retinas was from a one time thing and will not worsen over time.

location
Currently fostered in Pennsylvania

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