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MILO

Birthday/age: 2 yrs old

Colour: Yellow

Gender: Male Mix

Energy Level: Moderate energy

Dogs: Good but prefers to be only dog

Milo - Improving daily!

 

- Needs confident, male handler

- Adult only home

- No other pets

 

I'm a Lab Mix.  Let's face it, I'm heavy on the Mix but I was lucky enough to land in Lab Rescue's care where they've invested in my future with extensive relationship building and training. Almost everyone I've met has agreed that I must have some Husky in me and maybe it's a "Husky person" who will be attracted to my personality that I keep hidden until I feel its safe to shine.  I take time to warm up to new people and generally do better with a strong male influence.  I'm learning all my basics and how to walk on a leash but the first step will be building a bond with me.  My favourite time of day is when I get to go for a car ride and I love going for walks on a long lead so I can run and act silly.  I'm super food motivated and eager to please once I learn you're my friend.  I'm accustomed to my person being home often but I've also had a dog walker who I really enjoyed one on one time with as well.  I'm more of an independent guy who will lay at your feet, no so much a couch cuddler.  The main character traits I need in my new handler are confidence and compassion for my journey as well as a quiet home, maybe a retreat like setting would be nice.  I'm finishing up with my doggy boot camp and my trainer would really like to meet my new handler so we can transfer all my skills for success with follow up sessions.  I've proven I'm full of potential with the right approach now all I need is that special person to give me a chance to hear my favourite words "Good Boy, Milo".  

 

Currently fostered just outside Guelph.

Contact us at info@lab-rescue.ca for questions or fill out an application to apply to adopt a lab.

 

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