Get To Know Milo
Milo found himself back at the refuge as he tried to escape the property when ever left alone outside.
Milo is very sweet and affectionate, likes children and dogs and could go to a home with children over the age of 10, pending meet.
Milo’s new people have to do some training regarding him trying to escape, he just wants to say hello to all the other doggies.
Milo can go home with another, energetic, female dog and will need at least 1.5 hours of exercise each day, mental enrichment will help keep him busy when he is left for short periods of time (inside).
If you want to meet milo, please talk to reception.
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