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Milo is available for adoption

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Hi, my name is Milo and I really want my own backyard in my forever home.  My foster mom says that my nose is always to the ground on our walks and I have more energy when I am outside.   When I am inside, I am a lazy guy who is happy to sleep away in my dog bed or snuggle with you.

I am good on a leash with my harness and I walk by all humans easily. I think that I would love to learn how to play fetch and shake a paw.  Sadly, I don’t know any of those things currently.  I have been working on training with my foster mom (she uses positive reinforcement training techniques) and I seem to have mastered my name, the command sit, up, down, go to your bed and I will come running to you with a quick whistle.  We are currently working on my leash manners as I can pull a little bit on the leash.   Of course, a nice treat always helps and I am told that I take them from my humans very gently.

I am not crated during the day when my humans are out of the home.  I am always patient but excited to see the little kong that is filled with peanut butter that is left for me when my people are out.  I am quiet, fully house trained and not destructive and I spend the day snoozing on my dog bed when everyone is out.

When my foster mom makes my meals, I am a very patient guy.  I never get in her way or under her feet when she is in the kitchen and I always sit very nicely waiting for her to finish.  I also never bother my humans when they are at the table eating their meals.

I bond quickly to one person and I am looking for a home with no children in it as their movements make me nervous.  I also really want my own fenced in backyard, or access to a backyard (even if it is a small one).   I am looking for a forever home that will alow me to sit on your lap, snuggle with you, lay my head on your shoulder and be the apple of your eye for the rest of my life.

If your interested in more details about ME, please contact my foster mom Robin at