Milo was surrendered from a family that had 4 children under 10 yrs old; they felt they could no longer manage him. He has been in foster care since late August and appears to have had a lot of chaos in his previous home. He would do well in a house without small children.
He is seven years old, loves to go on walks, play with toys in the yard, or just hang out with people. He would need a fenced in yard as he does chase squirrels and other woodland creatures. Milo would do best in a house with no other dogs as he has shown some aggression to my two younger dogs. He prefers to have all the attention given to him and does not like to share. He is very loving and loyal to his people, and would make a great companion for empty nesters.
He deserves a nice quiet environment where he can hang out and age gracefully. Milo loves to be outside and enjoys long walks at the local park, he is equally happy sitting by your side being told what a good boy he is. On surrender Milo was seen immediately at the vet for sores on his body, he had a pretty significant yeast infection that responded nicely to medications. He is a wonderful dog and would love to fill your life with love and kisses.
If you’re interested in learning more about Milo, contact Sue Spaid at email@example.com. We can transport him to you up to 1200 miles with our wonderful Brittany Transport Team. You can also complete an application on our website at www.nbran.org