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In shelter Dog

Ramona, CA, 92065
Pet name:
Meet Milo!

Milo was brought into SEAACA Shelter as a stray after possibly being hit by a car, and the shelter record indicates a long list of possible injuries, plus dental disease and depressed personality. He was marked for euthanasia and in of immediate exit. We rescued Milo on September 10th, and he saw our onsite veterinarian the next morning. Guess what?! Milo actually had NOTHING wrong with him, just common "old dog changes," previous neglect, and being subdued in a stressful shelter environment. Check out the video of him in our play yard with his new Frosted Friends!

Milo is about 10 years old and weighs 10 lbs. His lab work came back fine, and he will be having dental and neuter surgery soon. Milo is currently on a two-week Frosted Fling so we can learn more about him in a home setting while he enjoys some TLC. We received a great update from his Fling Mom: "Milo is settling in, and hes becoming more engaged with us. He comes up to me and also my mom for pets, has started following me around, and has wanted to snuggle next to me on the couch in the evening. He hasnt come onto the bed at night, but finds a dog bed to sleep in. He also has found his voice, barking along with the other dogs this morning at the trash truck. Milo is a mellow guy, who heeds if hes growled at (by one of my six other dogs), and simply moves away. One of his favorite things is to just lay and bask in the sunshine. Now he just needs that forever home to fill his life with sunshine every day!"

Check back soon for the next update on Milos Fling!

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No adoption fees, and we provide free lifetime medical care onsite at FFF Veterinary Hospital!


Updated: 10/1/22


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