MR MILO – 20179
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Hello, my name is Mr. Milo. My animal id is #20179. I am a male bronze dog at the Manhattan Animal Care Center. The shelter thinks I am about 3 years 2 weeks old.
I came into the shelter as a stray on 07-Feb-2018.
Mr. Milo is at risk for both medical and behavior reasons. Mr. Milo has been diagnosed with Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease Complex, which is contagious to other dogs. Mr. Milo is also demonstrating deteriorating behavior in the care center. He is one of the care center’s long stay pups, and he is becoming more frustrated leaving and entering his kennel, and showing increased leash reactivity. We suggest that Mr. Milo is best suited to a dog experienced home.
Let’s get to know each other a bit more…
A volunteer writes: Mr Milo is beautiful inside and out, a born model with a beaming smile on his face and a song of love in his heart. Full of good-natured energy and always to be found at the front of his den, Milo’s endlessly curious about the world and can’t wait to get outside and start investigating with his snuffly nose. He walks well on leash, and when he greets fellow dogs, it’s soft butt wiggles and happy tails all round. As a semi-pro athlete, Milo enjoys playing fetch (and can jump like a kangaroo!) and he’s always happy to share his toys, sitting politely to wait for the next throw or a tasty treat reward, and never grabbing anything unless it’s offered to him directly. When his toy pig (we’re calling him Mr. Gordo) suddenly started making oinky noises, Milo looked so surprised, laying him on the ground and giving him a gentle snout nudge, perhaps checking just to make sure he hadn’t hurt his new friend. Then again, Mr. Gordo got a thorough chewing-over later on in the evening, so perhaps not! This sweet boy gives stand-up hugs and enjoys petting of all kinds. He makes a great snuggle buddy on a bench, standing rather than sitting in your lap and offering sloppy kisses whenever the mood takes him. If good looks were all it took to win my heart, Milo would have had me at hello, but it’s his smart, charming personality and affectionate spirit that made me truly fall in love. Stand proud and stand out from the pack by adopting a supermodel, super athlete and super sweetheart all rolled into one…Mr. Milo can’t wait to show you what you’ve been missing!
My medical notes are…
Weight: 58.6 lbs
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