MILO – A1063540
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MILO – A1063540
MALE, CREAM / WHITE, STAFFORDSHIRE MIX, 2 yrs, 1 mo
OWNER SUR – EVALUATE, NO HOLD Reason INAD FACIL
Intake condition UNSPECIFIE Intake Date 01/24/2016, From NY 10009, DueOut Date 01/24/2016, I came in with Group/Litter #K16-045848.
Medical Behavior Evaluation GREEN
Medical Summary Intact male Scan negative for a microchip 2 years old according to the owner Eyes are clear Nose= No discharge Ears are clean Teeth are stained with mild tarter Dewormed with Pyrantel Flea Treatment= Activyl As of now no signs of URI As of now no V/S/C/D NOSF
A volunteer writes: Get ready to say ‘awwwww’ a lot as Milo is a sweetheart. Surrendered by his owner along with his housemate Skye (A1063539), we’re told that Milo will fall asleep with his stuffed animal in his mouth, sleeps in his crate if it’s open or on his owner’s bed, plays and sleeps with the Yorkshire terrier in the house, lived with children 1 and 6 years old and allows them to pet and tug at him, and spins in circles when he gets excited. He’s housetrained, knows ‘come here’, ‘sit’ and ‘paw’, and doesn’t understand when other dogs don’t want to play with him. Milo was a bit shy when I first met him, and as we walked he kept jumping in snow drifts so I knew he’d love to be off leash to play in the snow. Boy, was I right! Talk about a dog doing zoomies in the snow! He had the best time…zoomies, then stopping by for a quick hug, then off to do zoomies again, then a hug and repeat, repeat, repeat! Milo is a great looking dog in his light beige coat with eyes to match. He showed off his sit, took treats gently, is good on leash, and gives great kisses and hugs. Having lived with his family since he was 9 weeks old he’s doing remarkably well in this new environment without his human and canine housemates. A proven family dog, Milo is hoping you’ll stop by to meet him today.
Milo has lived with his owner since he was 9 weeks old along with Skye (A1063540). They have both been surrendered due to their owner being unable to keep them at the owner’s residence. Milo is described as hyper, affectionate and playful. He has lived with children that are 1 and 6 years old. He allows the children to pet his and tug at his ears and tails. When he becomes excited while playing he will begin to spin in circles. He is very playful with the dogs in the home, the teacup Yorkshire terrier. He will sleep alongside and play with the Yorkshire terrier more than with Skye. He will attempt to approach other dogs that he notices outside. Milo doesn’t understand when other dogs do not want to play and will continue trying to approach them.
Milo isn’t bothered by having his food touched while he is eating or if it’s taken from him. He is accustomed to being bathed every other month. He will follow his owner around the home. When Milo is left alone in the home, he is either left inside of a room or his crate. His owner stated he tore at the house plants the last time he was allowed to roam free. When visitors enter the home, he will greet them with one of his toys in his mouth.
FOR A NEW FAMILY TO KNOW
Milo knows the commands “come here” “sit” and “paw”. Milo is housetrained and accustomed to being walked at least 3x a day alongside Skye for 30 minutes at a time. He is always walked on leash because he becomes easily distracted. He likes to chew on hard rubber bones, and will sleep with his stuffed animal in his mouth. He is fed Eukanuba dry dog food only because the wet food gives him diarrhea. He sleeps in his kennel whenever it’s open or on his owner’s bed.
Milo sat calmly near his owner. He sniffed the Admissions Counselor hand and then licked it repeatedly when it was offered to him. He would lower his head and allow the Admissions Counselor to pet him. He would scoot closer to the Admissions Counselor to allow more petting. He was collared, scanned for a microchip(negative) and photographed without displaying any negative behavior.
CAME IN WITH : SKYE – A1063539 http://nycdogs.urgentpodr.org/skye-a1063539/
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