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The Milo Foundation
PO Box 6625
Albany, CA 94706
 
Email: info@
milofoundation.org

 
Milo Point Richmond
220 S Garrard Blvd
Point Richmond, CA 94801
510-900-2275
 
Adoption Hours
Wed-Mon
11am-5pm
Volunteer Hours
7 Days a Week
7am-7:30pm
Volunteer
Orientations
2nd and Last Thurs
of each Month 5pm
 
The Milo Sanctuary
Milo runs a 283-acre Sanctuary in Mendocino County
707-459-4900
 

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Support The Milo Foundation
this Holiday Season of Giving!



Find your Joy at Milo!
Momma Modesta pup Magnolia,
now Maggie, found hers!

Milo has already saved
more than 2,000 animals in 2017.
Donate Today to help us save more.







 
Come to Milo and meet Elliot and Ginger -
a darling pair seeking their forever home together!
Can you welcome them home for the holidays?









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now available ONLINE!


Also available at
Milo Point Richmond!




 

Looking for a Holiday Gift for yourself,
your pet, your friends or family,
visit our Resources Page for great ideas.

 

 

Want to make a Holiday Gift to Milo,
visit our Kuranda Beds page.

(medium and small dog beds and bunk beds are a priority,
ideally with green vinyl and metal legs)

 



MILO IS HIRING KENNEL ATTENDANTS -

and a cat care person with previous experience!

CLICK HERE for more info.


WE ARE ALSO SEEKING VOLUNTEERS

TO HELP WITH ADMIN, ANSWERING PHONES,

GREETING CUSTOMERS AND ASSISTING WITH ADOPTIONS!

CLICK HERE to learn more!


 



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Help the Sanctuary Grow

to be all it can be for the animals in need!



 

Join "Team Milo" Volunteers
and help the animals!

The next volunteer orientation is
 
THURSDAY December 14th, 5pm
at Milo Point Richmond

Under 14 requires a parent or guardian to co-volunteer
Email
milovolunteers@gmail.com for more info!

 

 



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 New Arrivals:
BOMBUR: Cat, 10 wks.
The Hobbit Dwarves
DWALIN: Cat, 10 wks.
The Hobbit Dwarves
BALIN: Cat, 10 wks.
The Hobbit Dwarves
ORI: Cat, 10 wks.
The Hobbit Dwarves
GLOIN: Cat, 10 wks.
The Hobbit Dwarves
TREVOR: Terrier, Mix, Male, 11 mos.
TREVOR
AVERY: Shar Pei, Mix, Female, 10 mos.
COOKIE: Chihuahua, Mix, Female, 7 yrs.
DANIELA: Yorkshire Terrier Yorkie, Mix, Female, 7 wks.
DANIELA
KAVAS: Great Pyrenees, Mix, Male, 2 yrs. 7 mo.
 
Featured Critter: BODIE
Breed: Shepherd - Labrador Retriever Mix  -  Gender: Male  -  Age: 10 yrs. 10 mo. (est)  -  Milo ID: 19214
BODIE *Foster Notes* 10/23/17 "Doesn't bark, Great on public transportation and in the car, Great with new people, other dogs, and small children on leash. Loves to play tug of war or fetch, Loves to cuddle and join in on hugs, and Can be left alone all day. Very responsive to commands (sit, down, stay, wait, come, leave it, jump, heel, paw, drop it). Doesn't eat trash or food off the ground, Very polite, doesn't even make a fuss if he's accidentally stepped on. Doesn't bark back at barking dogs, Doesn't jump on furniture (unless invited) or people. Doesn't chew furniture, Housetrained, even if left inside for a long time, Not food aggressive (prefers soft food on a flat surface for meals). We didn't allow him in a certain room (told him no the first time he, tried to go in) and he never went even when left alone. Has a lot of energy when you play with him but calms down immediately when you're done. Can go for long walks or chill in front of the TV all day.

Prior Adopter's Bio: "This is Bodie, a 75 pound handsome mutt (mix of various breeds: boxer, lab, husky, beagle?). He was adopted from Milo at 5 months of age and was a well-loved part of the family for 6 1/2 years. With the new addition of a baby (now toddler) in the house, it's become clear that he needs to be in a child-free home. He can not share a home with another animal, either. Otherwise, his positive attributes are too many to list! He responds well to voice commands and is trustworthy at home when left alone. He loves a walk everyday, and has a blast when able to run off leash in open areas. He is very fun to adventure with, and can be quite playful and silly.

Bodie loves people and would be a wonderful companion for an adult only home as an only pet. Please consider him if you are looking for a special addition to your life. He is a catch! Send any inquiries to sanctuary@milofoundation.org

E-mail us at info@milofoundation.org

See More Photos of BODIE

Featured Critter: VIGGO
Breed: Australian Cattle Dog Mix  -  Gender: Male  -  Age: 3 yrs. (est)  -  Milo ID: 22568
DUSTY now VIGGO Viggo is looking for a rural home without cats or children. He can be such a lovely, cuddly and sweet boy but he does get overwhelmed when overstimulated and does also have the tendency to be leash reactive and over protective of his home and family. many of these traits can be typical of a herding breed dog that does not have a"job" and that need further training. He can get along very well with many dogs, but he does have a tendency to be controlling with them especially in "his" area. The ideal home for Viggo would be in a rural home with lots of room to play, with an adult family that was going to both shower him with love and affection, and also show him that he can "stand down" and does not have to worry about protecting them or the home, and that it is there job to protect him. Training and activity would greatly help Viggo settle into himself. He is very loving and submissive with the staff, and we know he would just thrive and blossom in the right home! Please email your questionnaires to foster/adopt Viggo to sanctuary@milofoundation.org

E-mail us at info@milofoundation.org

See More Photos of VIGGO


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