Meet Bella & Milo! Two very bonded BFF's that were surrendered by their owner to the Staten Island ACC. Thankfully, they were pulled from death row for an experienced AmsterDog foster family. These pups are currently living with, and doing phenomenally well with the children in the home (as young as six years of age!!)
The staff at the Staten Island adored this dynamic duo who LOVED to play with Frisbees and balls so much so that when they were being transported to their new foster home, they sent plenty of each!
While they do adore each other and love to share their affection with their human companions and with each other, they don’t care to share their food, so they need to eat in separate settings.
About Milo~ he is a Black Mouth Cur/Rhodesian Ridgeback mix, approximately 5 years old, about 80 pounds, up to date on vaccines, neutered and microchipped. Milo is a happy, wiggly, goofy and playful boy when he is with his BFF Bella, but doesn’t care for the company of other dogs so much. He does get along with other dogs (even pushy females) but he prefers the company of BFF Bella and his human companions. Milo is also a smart pup who knows commands for “sit” and “down.” He is currently working on his leash manners and should be up to snuff in no time!
This precious pair is available to be adopted and are looking for a forever home! As they are so bonded, they will need to go to a home together! Homes with feline friends need not apply, as they have exhibited reactive behavior towards them.
To learn more about Bella and Milo, please email AmsterDog@gmail.com or complete the online application athttp://amsterdog.org/adoptionfoster-application/. Thank you for caring about a pet in need!
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