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In shelter Dog

Elburn, IL, 60119
Pet name:
Mountain Cur
Coat length:
Milo is an adorable Mountain cur/boxer mix pup who is around 3 months old and weighs around 22 lbs. He loves to go on walks, smell flowers, and just enjoy life! He would love to sit on your lap and share the bed, but gets personal space and is fine in his kennel. He does great on a leash and is really good with other dogs. He lives with two resident dogs, a large one and a small one! He is good with both. He is still teething so he loves squeaky toys and tossing a ball around. He comes from Kentucky so if you say his name appropriately in your best southern accent, he knows it!  "MAH-lo!" He has a beautiful brindle coat and big brown eyes. Dont miss out on this boy! Send your app in asap!

The adoption fee of $500 will include spay/neuter, microchip, age appropriate/required vaccinations, treatment for heartworm and any other necessary medical treatment to assure a healthy new pup for your family. IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: Although we do our best to describe breed, since our pups all come from shelters we can not and will not make any guarantee on breed or size. We can tell you that they are 100% RESCUED! And that is the BEST breed!

If you are interested in adopting/meeting , please complete our online adoption application that you can find here:  . Your application will be reviewed by our team and if it is a good fit, we will send to the foster family to set up a meet!

*please note that we are a foster home based rescue and we do home visits as part of the adoption process - we are unable to adopt to families who live outside of the Chicago and surrounding suburbs. Thank you for your understanding.


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