NOTE: The mailbox petfinder sends the "Ask About" email inquiries to is not as closely monitored as the email address applications go to. That feature is a default with petfinder, and is not a part of our adoption process.
The first step in our adoption process is the application. Completed applications take priority over inquiries.
Milo is currently in a southern foster home, and will be transported north AFTER adoption!
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Introducing Milo! Milo is an 11 month old American Bulldog/Dogo Argentino mix (according to our breed ID app). He will be a medium/large dog full grown. He is currently around 80 pounds.
Milo was dumped along with Luke at a good Samaritans house in rural MS. They are not littermates but they are BFFs.
Milo is a calm boy that loves to lay on your lap but is just as calm laying on a cozy doggie bed or couch. He plays well with others and will be fine with all dogs. He knows treat and sits when he comes in for his treat. He also knows crate and goes in and waits for his treat. Hes a very smart boy and catches on quickly. His foster says hes an "exceptional" dog.
Milo is up to date on core vaccines, has been tested/ treated for intestinal parasites, is neutered, microchipped, and on monthly heartworm and flea prevention.
As with all of our dogs, we recommend a basic obedience class to help him understand what is expected of him, and this also helps with the bonding process.
Milo‘s adoption fee is $475, which covers all his vetting, preventatives, fostering costs and other associated expenses. We do not adopt to anyone under the age of 21.
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