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MiloAnimal ID: ISR2324

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About Milo

German Shorthaired Pointer
Age: Adult
Sex: Male

Milo is located in Indiana. For more info on Milo, read below and please complete our Online Adoption Application at It's the quickest and best way for us to learn of your interest. PLACEMENT REQUIREMENTS: Milo gets along well with other dogs AND cats. Will do well in a home where he gets a lot of attention and spoiling. Not sure how he'll be with children but he seems very laid back. Fenced yard recommended if possible. MILO'S STORY: Milo was surrendered to an Indianapolis Animal Care Services facility because his owner was required to leave immediately for a facility where he couldn't have pets. Milo is between 6 and 9 years old and is a very joyful, happy-go-lucky guy. He's mostly liver with some ticking and a natural tail. Milo currently lives with other dogs and some cats and tolerates them all very well. Once in a while he gets the silly notion he could actually catch one of the stealthy little felines but loses interest quickly when he realizes that particular idea doesn't pan out because they're quicker than he is. He loves to run in the yard, chasing a ball�'�|or even another dog who already has the coveted ball and takes great sport in teasing Milo with it. He's very vocal when he plays and also when there's a lot of chaos and noise going on around him. The noisier his surroundings, the more you're likely to hear from Milo, too. Milo doesn't know many commands but he does know 'sit' and is good at obeying when he knows that's what you want of him. He's also house trained and has never had an accident in his foster's home. Milo currently receives medication for chronic ear infections which the Vet is treating to determine if they're caused by a food allergy or a different condition. Milo has probably dealt with chronic ear infections for a while because of the scar tissue build-up the Vet sees when Milo is examined. His ear infections have improved, but Milo may continue to need medication for this condition for some time. Thinking the infections may be caused by a food allergy, the Vet placed Milo on a prescription hydrolyzed protein diet and his condition has improved. While Milo is comfortable and happy co-existing with the numerous dogs and cats in his foster home, his foster family believes he'd love a quieter existence with far fewer 'yappy little dogs' to annoy him. At bedtime Milo longingly looks at his fosters in their big, comfy bed as if to say, 'I'd love to join you for snuggles.' But, alas, there are too many little dogs already taking up the prime real estate Milo was hoping for so he quietly lies down near the bed for the night�'�| undoubtedly dreaming about how he'll beat those little yappy dogs to bed the next night. LOL! Milo's foster family repeatedly told us how affectionate and sweet this boy is and how happy he would be in a home where he would be spoiled and treated like the 'lap dog' he thinks he is. He'd love to snuggle in bed with his people and be near them always. A true Velcro GSP that's waiting for a family to love him as much as he'll love them. He's outgoing, joyful, and can't wait to meet his new family. If you're ready to have a GSP who is happy and a real snuggler, please complete our Online Adoption Application at It's the quickest and best way for us to learn of your interest.

Hancock County
Various cities/counties, Indiana


  • Neutered
  • Vaccinations Current

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