My name is Miller!

Spitz (Unknown Type, Medium)/Husky Mix Dog for adoption in Rocky Hill, Connecticut - Miller
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Peace Love Dogs Rescue - CT Chapter

Facts about Miller

  • Breed: Spitz (Unknown Type, Medium)/Husky Mix
  • Color: White - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
I found Miller wandering aimlessly in a park in April 2016. He had the worst case of demodex mange, with only a few random tufts of hair on his malnourished, inflamed frame. Clearly still a puppy who had been dealt a bad hand in his young life, I scooped him up and away we went to the vet. From the first ride in the car and beyond, he has been an excellent car rider. He always sits or lays politely and may get up to sneak you a kiss, but otherwise is content to ride along to wherever you may be taking him next. While it took a while, his skin and fur is ALL better now and he ready for a home to call his own!!

Miller very quickly came into his personality. He is simply a lover and a goofball. He loves people of all ages, dogs, cats and whatever else crosses his path. He is the guy who just wants everyone to get along. He is a pretty laid back guy, with occasional bouts of the “zoomies”. He is described as the favorite at his boarding/day care facility and the vet’s office. In fact, anyone that has ever met him asks about him regularly. He's always smiling and happy and his favorite spot is lying on your chest while trying to sneak those kisses I mentioned earlier. Miller loves tug of war and playing with his foster siblings- canine and feline alike. He also REALLY loves annihilating antlers, hooves and bones. As much as I love all of the animals that have crossed the threshold into my home, I can safely say that if forced to name a favorite, it would be Miller. All he asks for is love. You can see it in his eyes that he’s just happy to be near you, no matter who “you” are.

Miller is a little over a year old, neutered, up to date on his vaccinations and on flea and heartworm preventative. He is a Staffie/Husky/Chow/some companion breed (maybe several of the spitz breeds- Eskie, Keeshond, Pomeranian) mix (per his DNA results) but he is on the small side (30-35lbs). He is house-trained and crate-trained and knows a few basic commands. Also, he has the softest, silkiest fur imaginable. Full of “cow licks”, it’s a beautiful white with cream colored patches. I call him my “fluffernutter” after the peanut butter and marshmallow sandwich.

This guy REALLY deserves the best home he can find!!!

About Peace Love Dogs Rescue - CT Chapter

About Our Rescue Group...

Our mission at peacelovedogs is to rescue dogs in the Houston area, get them healthy and find their forever homes.

All dogs are fully vetted before adoption- spay/neuter, vaccinations, microchip, heartworm test, de-worming and grooming IF they are healthy. Many are not and require additional vet care: x-rays, leg surgery, dentals and heartworm treatment to name a few.

The majority of our dogs come from local high kill shelters and or area of Houston like The 'East End' and 'Cooridor of Cruelty.'
Many come to us matted and neglected, Darci is a professional groomer so has to do some major grooming. Some of our dogs were feral when rescued and had to learn to trust humans again, we get dogs that have behavior issues that need professional help and dogs with health problems. We won't give up on a dog.

We prefer to adopt our dogs in the New England area since smaller dogs aren't in shelters and on the streets like in Houston. We have an over population problem here, there are many rescues but our shelters are always full with an 84%+ kill rate and an estimated 1.2 million homeless pets on our streets.

We use Rescue Road Trips to transport our dogs from the Houston area to New England area. Over 10 years they have transported over 55,000 dogs from the South to New England. The families wait for the truck to pull up, signs waiving to meet their new dog, its called Gotcha Day! ❤️

We are a small rescue and run completely off donations and the help of our foster homes.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Come Meet Our Pets...

You can view our dogs at

Our Adoption Process...

1. Fill out an application on our website and email to

2. We will call to speak with your vet for a reference.

3. A volunteer will call the adopter!

For our out of state adoptions, the fee is $575 which includes spay/neuter, vaccinations, de-worming, microchip and HW negative. Also any additional vetting that is needed to get the dog healthy. Health certificate before transport AND transport via Rescue Road Trips!

All adopters must fill out and sign an adoption contract.