already neutered, in need of an experienced adopter, and up to date with shots.
Milo 's Info...
I am already neutered, in need of an experienced adopter, and up to date with shots.
Milo 's Story...
Milo 's Story...
Milo was born December 14, 2014 and became part of our family on February 2014 when we lived in Jacksonville, NC. Fast foward a few years, our family grew and we no Longer live on the east coast. We have relocated to the west coast and reside where it is too hot for Milo. Akitas are a Japanese breed and they are known for being snow dogs. Becuase of our location and our almost one year old we we are no longer able to provide Milo the attention he needs. Milo has never bitten anyone or even barked at another dog. He is an alpha breed so it is best if he is not mixed with other alpha type dogs. He gets along well with a mixed pit bull and a chichaua. Milo is very playful but likes to jump and rough play so he is not an ideal dog if you have children. I still have a cd with pictures of him when he was a pup and pictures of his parents. He is ckc registered and has all his documention including a family tree. Milo knows how to sit and give his paw but he is not house trained. I never imagined I would be in a position where I would need to find him a new home but I can no longer be the dog mom he needs me to be. It is very important for any family that is considering adopting Milo to understand what it takes to care or an Akita.
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