To read more about Milo's story, please visit his webpage.
Meet Milo! When we first took in Milo he was skinny and frail, which was a concern! After a few weeks of not being able to gain weight, Milo was tested and it was confirmed that he Irritable Bowel Disease. This means that his body has a difficult time absorbing nutrients and gaining weight. However, this disease can be controlled with proper food and medical care. We have seen extraordinary results in just a few weeks of treatment!
This disease does not slow Milo down. He loves to play and love on people, however, we believe Milo would be a great fit for a family who can provide him with a lot of structure and who is willing to adhere to his medical needs.
Check out Milo's too-cute-for-words underbite, are those the best teethies ever?
If you are interested in meeting Milo, please read about Camp Cocker's adoption process and fill out an online application here.
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