REHOMED!! Purebred Maltese Dog Milton Georgia – Bianca


Bianca - Purebred Maltese Dog For Adoption Milton Georgia

Bianca – Purebred Maltese Dog For Adoption Milton Georgia

Bianca has been rehomed! As you can imagine, there were so many great adoption offers for this sweet and very pretty little Maltese. Our Atlanta rehoming team are happy to have helped her owner choose a great home for Bianca, and everything is going very well with her adoption.

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Here is how our pet rehoming team presented Bianca to attract so many adoption offers:

Hi, My name is Bianca!

Bianca is a 12 year old purebred Maltese dog looking for a new home. She lives with her family in Milton, Georgia, near Atlanta. Bianca is very healthy. She is spayed, up to date on her shots and micro-chipped. She is also perfectly house broken and very well behaved.

Bianca needs to be placed in an adults-only home with a single or couple who have lots of time to spend with her. She is a very devoted little girl, and loves to follow her favorite human around. She is not a lap dog, but prefers to sit beside you. She also likes to sleep with her owner.

Bianca’s owner is expecting a baby. Because Bianca is very nervous around small children, it is absolutely necessary to find her a new home before the baby arrives. Her owner adopted her from a shelter, and she tends to be nervous until she gets to know you. Her new owner will need to give her lots of patience and unconditional love as she gets acquainted.

 If you are looking for a sweet little Maltese dog for adoption, Bianca can’t wait to meet you!

Location: Milton, Ga, 30004
Type of Pet: Dog
Breed: Maltese
Age: 12
Color/Coat Type: White
Size: 11 pounds
Health Issues: No
Behavior Issues: Yes

Bianca is:
Spayed, Microchipped, Fully vaccinated, House Broken, Obedience Trained

Bianca gets along with:
Adults Only


She very lovable and loyal we adopted her at age 10 but very nervous .

Reason For Rehoming

We are expecting a new baby in March and our other children are older and know not to touch her or startle her but we are afraid she will bite the baby.