Dai jai • Cheeky
Mumu has had a tough start in life – and yet there is no stopping this little fighter from living his best life! The perfect combination of affectionate and energetic, Mumu will make a truly delightful addition to one lucky household…
Mumu was rescued as a tiny puppy after he’d been attacked by a larger dog. This left him with a serious abdominal hernia, an injury would certainly have killed him if a kind passer-by hadn’t noticed the suffering pup and called us for help.
On top of his injury, Mumu was suffering from terrible mange, and was so weak and thin we knew he’d need all his strength and an awful lot of luck to survive. His road to recovery wasn’t easy, but Mumu faced it all with a spring in his step and a grin on his cheeky little face, and after extensive surgery, this brave little puppy was finally given a clean bill of health.
Mumu is a huge character here on The Farm and it’s impossible not to fall in love with this adorably cheeky chappy! He’s always in the mood for playtime and loves goofing around with his friends. When he’s not zooming around like a speed-demon or enjoying a game of rough and tumble, he loves playing with the team and is just as happy in the company of people as he is with dogs of all ages and sizes.
It’s no surprise that, after a long day of playing and entertaining us all with his prankster ways, Mumu enjoys a good snooze. As a young dog he has a lot of energy, but he’s always happy to curl up for a cuddle and a nap.
Mumu's perfect home
Mumu is a really affectionate boy and gets on well with everyone he meets: once he’s gotten to know you of course! This gorgeous boy likes to take his time getting to know new people, a process that can be helped along with the addition of treats! Given time (and treats) he’ll be your best friend in no time.
Because of his friendly nature, he’d be happy to share a home with another dog, but would be equally happy to lap up all the fuss and attention of a family of his own. Mumu is a boisterous young lad but has nothing but love to give. Due to his friendly nature, we’re happy to consider adopters with children, although of course it’s important that children are taught how to sensibly interact with a new dog to set Mumu up for the best possible start in his new home.
Mumu wasn’t a big fan of collar and lead training at first – he’d much rather have been leaping around and causing havoc! But he soon learned the ropes and is now more comfortable walking on the lead.
He’s eager to please so we’re sure he’ll be keen to pick up new tricks, and his adopter should be eager to keep up his training and help him navigate an exciting new world with good doggy manners.
As a young dog with a healthy energy level, Mumu will need regular exercise and mental stimulation to prevent him from becoming bored. He loves spending time with people and play and daily walks will be a great way for his new adopter to form a strong bond. We know he’ll be the perfect addition to one very lucky home!
Can live with another dog?
Can live with children?
Ready to adopt Mumu?
So you’ve read the details, you’ve fallen in love, and now you’d like to adopt? We don’t blame you…you’re only human after all!
The first step in the adoption process is to complete an adoption form. This will give us all the information we need to make a match and see if the dog that’s caught your eye is the right fit for you.
Are you ready?
What happens next?
Once you’ve submitted your adoption form, we’re sure you’ll want to know more about what to expect next. We’ve crafted our street to sofa adoption process to make sure you’re kept informed at every step of the journey.
Take a look at our Adoption Process breakdown to learn more about what to expect at every stage.
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