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Milo - in Maine!
Newest update: July 2021

July update: We have learned a lot about Milo since he arrived. He is wonderful with all humans, kids included. He does well with female dogs but in a large setting like at doggy daycare he has more difficulty with male dogs and small dogs. Milo just isn't going to be a dog park dog, but he will be an awesome companion in the right home. His reaction to cats has been mixed so we don't feel he would be safe with feline friends.


Milo is such a doll! He is two years old and is listed as a terrier/hound mix. Recently he went to the vet for his final check before travel and he gave kisses on his way into the crate and he loved everyone he met! Milo rode well in the crate in the car and did great on a leash! He is 52 lbs of sweetness. At doggy daycare he loves playing with the other dogs and he is a staff favorite! When he is supposed to be napping he can often e found with a staff member ; 0 )

Milo is learning commands like “sit” and “shake”. He is a very fun and loving dog! He is like the little Prince Charming of the shelter. He is friendly, good natured and a delight to be around.

Milo is phenomenal with children. He adores being petted and cuddled and he doesn’t miss a thing that’s going on. He loves his daily walks and his outings in the play yard. He is agile and everyone loves to watch him run.


We think Milo's perfect home is with an active family where he is an only pet or has a female dog to share his family with; it would have children to play with and lots of fun toys to keep him busy. It would have a warm couch and lots of adventures!  

Interested in meeting Milo  or any of our other cuties? Check out our adoption application.
Please note: we do not have a physical facility where the dogs are housed; they are cared for in our wonderful foster network throughout Maine. It is our expectation that, once approved, a potential family will meet the dog(s) in the foster setting where they are feeling safe and loved. 

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