Favorite Food: Blue Buffalo Basics Grain Free and of course, cookies.
Favorite Walk: Milo has Canine Post Nasal Drip which means he can't really go on walks.
Best Tricks: Sit, Down, Stay, Leave it, Hi five, Shake, Wave, Where is it, Spin, Roll over, Hold it, Bunny
Arrival Story: Rescued from a puppy mill at 9 weeks old.
Bio: Milo was sent into my life just in time. Shortly after saving him, it was his turn to save me. I suffer from severe panic attacks, migraines, depression, and social anxiety. Milo started pawing at my arm 2 minutes before I had a panic attack. He now is my Service dog, fully trained to assist me when I need him. I would be so lost without my dear boy. Milo also has many health problems. He suffers from seizures, canine post nasal drip, Cryptorchidism, a lot of allergies, and a few other things. But all his health problems don't stop him from loving life.
Not that anyone I used to know is really on here anymore but I thought I'd at least up date everyone. Elu, the deaf puppy my owner rescued from the pound has found a forever home. The lady that took him adores and spoils him! Mila, the foster Chihuahua we took in last June has also found her forever home with my owner's dad. He takes great care of her! As for my health issues we still don't know what's wrong. Vets say it's probably just genetics since I'm from a puppy mill and there's nothing they can do but my owner won't give up hope! Larka is doing wonderfully at being an SD. She learned fast and obeys perfectly. She takes great care of our owner when I am to sick to. Our owner's brother adopted a dog in Janurary. We've added him here for everyone to see! His name is Petey. Please check out his page and send him a friend request!
Many may not know me or may have forgotten me. I used to be on here a lot back in 2007 to 2009. But things changed and when my typist's depression got worse we just never got on. Here's an update on all of us though. I, Milo, have been my owner/typist's service dog for a little over a year and I have helped so much. But because of my own health reasons, one of which is having seizures, I will be retiring and Larka will be taking over. I know a lot of people may think it's crazy that a husky will be doing this kind of work but Larka has been trained since we've gotten her for this job so she is very well behaved in public and listens extremely well. She also does the job right and has helped our owner/typist a lot. She is still in training but by the end of next week, if she passes, then she will be our owner's new service dog. Things have been going well for us this last year. Let's hope the rest of the year will be just as great if not better.