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In shelter Dog

Point Richmond, CA, 94801
Pet name:
Australian Cattle Dog / Blue Heeler
Red / Chestnut / Orange
Leo is eager to meet you! He always wants to go wherever youre going. He loves hanging out with people, and is great on a leash. He is very responsive and picks up on commands quickly. He knows sit, stay, paw and lay down. Staff have trained him to wait to eat until he is told okay and not to leave his kennel until they tell him okay. He is highly treat motivated and excited to learn more commands!

Leo would love a home with adults, and to be the special one, though we are also fairly certain he would happily live with another - but he so wants security, to be important, to have adventures....

Leo arrived at Milo via the Mendocino County Shelter - and it was quite clear he was looking for, waiting for HIS person. He was pretty shut down, though not comatose! He was sad, basically, and waiting. Well, his person couldnt come for him so he came to the Milo Sanctuary. It took him some time to relax, and gain trust. He would just looking past you. Once he started taking walks and spending time with our staff, he began to trust again, and now is full of enthusiasm! Now his tail is up and wagging - so happy to go on walks and out to our pasture to play ball! 

He would do best with an active family, and would be happy to be the only dog. He can do well with other dogs, but he is selective.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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