Mimi's adoption fee will be reduced because Pooch Savers Rescue has been blessed to receive a grant from the Petfinder Foundation! Mimi was just adopted and returned after about a month. According to the adopter, she has some crate and separation anxiety. She will do best in a home where she is the only dog and will only be left alone for short periods of time. According to the adopter, she 'chewed things up' when the adopter left home and she 'pottied in the house.' Therefore, if you adopt her, and you leave the house, we suggest, at least initially, putting her somewhere that she cannot tear anything up, like a laundry room or guest bath. She is a great, sweet dog who loves people and in her foster home, she NEVER chewed anything up and she did fine in a crate for short periods of time. At adoption events, she's in a crate for several hours and does fine.