Milo does have some anxiety, so he prefers a quieter home and LOVES routine! It takes Milo just a day or two to catch on, then he knows EXACTLY what you want and is expected and THRIVES on it! Once Milo gets use to his routine, he does get anxious if it is changed up . . .but if you give him a small adjustment period he goes right back to his happy, loving, eager to please self!
Milo has lived in a home with other dogs, but he has not been tested with cats. Because Milo can get anxious, we do prefer him to be the only pet but with the right household and person willing to work with adjusting him to his new home gradually, we are willing to consider placing him in a home with another dog.
If you are interested in adopting Milo, please fill out our online application found here: http://www.adoptfordogs.org/#!how-to-adopt/cf1g
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