PO Box 6625
Albany, CA 94706
Milo Point Richmond
220 S Garrard Blvd
Point Richmond, CA 94801
7 Days a Week
2nd and Last Thurs
of each Month 5pm
The Milo Sanctuary
Milo runs a 283-acre Sanctuary in Mendocino County
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|I wanted to send you an update on Smokey (adopted 12/23/16). We renamed him
Kylo, and he has settled in beautifully. He is a sweet, loving, active boy
who loves hikes, snuggles, and his daily runs with his dad. He is
absolutely brilliant, the smartest dog we've ever met, and he took
beautifully to obedience training. He has also learned many tricks, and we
are just starting to work on some agility training, which he loves. He
knows sit, stay, down, come, get back, go to your place, shake, high five,
all ten, roll over, follow, up, off, and watch me. He goes everywhere with
us, and has lots of doggie friends that we go see often. We feel so blessed
to have him in our lives, and want to extend our sincerest gratitude to the
Milo Foundation for matching us up with this little ball of love.
Best, Marie, Phil, and Kylo
|"Just dropping a note to tell you Murphy is doing great. She's a happy, healthy 6 months now. She loves hikes at Napa's Alston Park and long walks along the Napa River.
Maria & Joe"
|"Hi Milo Foundation,
Just wanted to give you an update on Abbottina. We have renamed
her Gracie and she is doing wonderfully in our home. She is a sweet girl,
full of energy, and curiosity. She is very smart and is responding well to
treats. We have had her for almost 3 weeks now, and she already knows
"Sit", "Lay down", "Come" and is learning how to wait for treats until she
hears the command "Take it." She is also doing very well with potty
training, and knows to go potty outside. Gracie loves to play with her two
We absolutely love her, and are forever grateful that we were chosen as her
family. I have attached some pictures of her.
|*UPDATE 4/3/17- "Hello Milo Foundation!
We recently passed by Live Oak Park where Milo had set up an adoption day almost three years ago. It's there that we found a tiny min-pin mutt named
Mary-Lou and fell in love.
Mary-Lou has since changed her name to Elsie, and she has become our
faithful co-pilot. We sometimes go past the park where we adopted her and reminisce about the somewhat unexpected journey we started that day.
We couldn't be happier with our choice that day, and our family is
stronger because of having Elsie in our life. She is energetic, loving,
playful, cuddly, friendly, and the life of the party!
We are so grateful to you and for your mission to find great homes for
Thanks and wags,
Tia, Mike and Elsie"
|*UPDATE* 4/2/17- It is coming up on a year since we adopted our last 3 Milo pets March/June 2016 and I thought you guys would like to see how
they are coming along. The kitties were Kiara and Dandylion. Now Harley and Koko. We watched with amazement
as Harley's white fur became a jacket of black,brown and gold plaid. She is very beautiful. Koko is our resident
chunk not as gregarious but equally beautiful with a smokey low meow. Luke (one of Mugsy pups) goes to Every Dog Has It's Daycare
where he is their resident clown. He is very smart, a little stubborn and loves everything and everyone. Thank
you so much for all the great work you do and for our very loved pets. Milo will always have our continued support.
|*UPDATE* 3/31/17- "Hello Milo Foundation,
We wanted to update you on our little chihauhau-rat terrier mix, Willow. We
adopted her in December 2016 and she's been with us now for almost 4 months
and is doing great! She was definitely a little slow to warm up to the big
guys in our house (my very tall husband and equally tall 17 year old son)
and was scared of them at first, but now follows them everywhere trying to
incite them to play. She literally jumps five feet into the air to try to
get our attention! She is silly, happy, and active and so tolerant of all
the love and cuddling she gets from the kids. She gets carried around
constantly at home, yet holds her own on our off leash dog walks and is
brave and playful with all the dogs she meets, big and small! She is so
eager to be friends with our cats and has learned not to bark at them at
all and to respect their space until they are ready-- they now are
comfortable hanging out nearby but not ready for the full contact play she
Here are some photos that show some of her new fashions, friends, and her
favorite place to sleep-- the pillows on our bed.
By the way, Willow is now called Lola, due to my daughter's long time
fantasy of having a "tiny dog named Lola."
Thanks for all of the great work that you do!"
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