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   Name: PATCH ADAMS
   Breed: Australian Shepherd - Border Collie Mix
   Adopted: 2/2017
PATCH ADAMSUpdate 3/25/17- "We adopted Patch Adams a month ago. We wanted to update you and let you know he is doing wonderfully! We attached a few photos of him at the park yesterday with his buddy!

We renamed him Milo but it seems Patch has also stuck so he is Patch-Milo and goes by Milo.

The first dog we had, Migo, has taken to Milo and they are now partners in crime. We are working through a few issues with Milo due to his anxiety but nothing that can't be cured with time, love, training & him knowing he is at his forever home! Thanks for everything!"

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   Name: ANA
   Breed: Australian Cattle Dog - Shepherd Mix
   Adopted: 1/2017
ANAWe have a new happy ending for Ana (now Elsa) adopted 12/16 and an update for Pippy (now Harper) adopted 7/15.

Elsa is just the sweetest puppy! She has a big personality and holds her own with her big sister Harper (Pippy) who outweighs her by 30 pounds. She has settled quickly into our family and brought such joy to us all. Harper (Pippy) has matured into a "noble hound" after her crazy high energy adolescence (before we adopted her she had been adopted and returned to you all twice?.some Milo folks may remember her still!) We are 2 introverted people who seem to have ended up with the 2 most extroverted dogs we've ever known and are really enjoying lots of hiking, dog park outings, the beach, snowshoeing and cuddling with the 2 sweeties. Thank you again for rescuing them both. They are simply delightful dogs and add so much to our lives!

Kate, Jenny, Harper and Elsa

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   Name: COSMO
   Breed: Jack Russell Terrier Mix
   Adopted: 3/2017
Three JRT mix babes boy 2Hello!

This kid's a superstar (or, as my son Henry says, a Pup Star). He loves his crate, he's already shown progress on wee pad training, he's coming out of his shell and playing with everyone (including our senior kitty cat, who has zero interest but has gotten annoyed once), and he's exploring every corner of our household. He hasn't had any crate accidents and he's eating 2-3 square meals per day and he's even attached to a favorite lovey (a plush berber "bone" that is almost the same size as him). Oh and he seems to be responding to his name, too!

This is what he looks like after 5-10 minutes of play. All best - jennifer

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   Name: CHARLOTTE
   Breed: Queensland Heeler - Australian Cattle Dog Mix
   Adopted: 1/2017
CHARLOTTEWe are so excited to share our wonderful adoption story! After driving 13 hours from Olympia, WA to the Milo Foundation, we were more than ready to meet Charlotte and bring her home. Charlotte was absolutely amazing the whole trip and bonded well with us. Once we got home though things got real bad real fast. We have two senior dogs that Charlotte did NOT want to bond with and would attack every time they would come close. We were determined to make this adoption successful, despite the rough start, so we called in a professional dog trainer for a private in-home consultation. It wasn’t immediate but with consistent training and positive reinforcement Charlotte slowly started finding her place in our family. It has been over a month and I am proud to say that Charlotte shows no signs of her initial aggression and is a loving member of our family. The moral of this story is, "don’t lose hope even when things seem desperate. Anything is possible with positive and consistent training and love!" We are SO proud of her, her spirit, and her loving nature. Thanks Milo for bringing us together! Alton and Vanessa

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   Name: BOO BOO now Voodoo
   Breed: Shar Pei - American Staffordshire Terrier Mix
   Adopted: 3/2017
BOO BOO now Voodoo"Boo Boo is now Voodoo! He seems very comfy in his new forever home and is getting along great with his new siblings. I've attached some photos! Thanks so much for blessing us with this sweet gentle spirit!

All the best, Leah"

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   Name: DUKE
   Breed: German Shorthaired Pointer Mix
   Adopted: 9/2016
DUKEHi Milo Friends.

I adopted Duke in October 2016 and we are having a great time. He goes to play and hike at Camp Four Paws in Clayton twice a week. The rest of the time he goes where I go. Since he’s the most social dog I’ve ever had, he has buddies at Starbucks and every pet store in my area. On our walks my German Shorthaired Pointer loves to spot and point at the big swans and Canadian Geese who live at Los Medanos Colleges big pond. All in all he is the king of his domain. Duke sleeps on every bit of furniture that is comfortable. He has the whole back seat of the car to hang out the windows. Good thing he has a seatbelt tether as he loves to see what is going on outside even is it is raining.

So here he is today. Duke, the friendliest dog at Milo now in his forever home.

 

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