All dogs, of course, have good noses. But Milo seems to be even more tuned into the scents around him. He explored the play yard like a Bloodhound and found things other dogs missed. Maybe work as a scent-dog is in his future? His volunteer-trainer says he is doing very well in the `Train to Adopt` program and he also likes tennis balls. Milo is very attentive to people and appears to be housetrained; he also is receptive to crate training. He has an unusual and lovely brown coloring--sort of like cocoa!!!... (read more) He has been known to get along with other dogs. If he goes into a home with children they must be supervised and respect his space.
Milo has been known to be nervous around new people/environments. When allowed to go at his own pace, he warms up and relaxes. He will need a patient home that willl help him gain confidence and settle in without pushing him.
Milo is a precious, curious boy that can be nervous in new settings but looks to his handler for guiance.
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