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Milo is a fun loving, sprited, active older gentleman (about 10 years old) who LOVES to go for walks, play, investigate the neighborhood, ride in the car, snuggle on the couch and otherwise be your best friend. His foster mom describes him as a great dog who acts more like he's 5 or 6 than 10.
Milo was turned in to a high kill shelter by his owner (who had owned him most of his life) because he nipped at her new boyfriend who grabbed him by the collar and neck when he had a bad and painful ear infection. Milo has had a good amount of training in the past and does well with other dogs and people. He does not show aggression towards people UNLESS you physically hurt him, in which he case he will sometimes nip (most likely from pain and fear). He nipped at his foster mom when she was trying to put medicine in his ear to clear up that painful ear infection with which he came out of the shelter. He is not normally aggressive to people when just going about being a dog.
Because he does sometimes have a nip reflex to fear and pain, Milo will need to go to an experienced dog person who understands dog body language and knows how to be patient. His ear infection has been coming and going, but seems to be finally clearing up. If you are intersted in adopting Milo, please fill out an application at http://www.HuskyHavenFL.com.
Husky Haven of Florida is a registered 501c3 Non-Profit corporation that is run strictly by unpaid volunteers. Husky Haven of Florida does not receive funding from the state or any other government entity and is not affiliated with local government or civic organizations. Instead, the ogranization runs solely off donations and money it raises via events and adoption fees and every dollar Husky Haven of Florida raises goes directly to the care and rehoming of the Huskies that come into our Rescue.
Husky Haven's volunteers are a group of concerned citizens who share a love of the Siberian Husky breed and personally work to save good dogs from euthanasia at the many area shelters run by animal services divisions of Florida's local governments. Almost all of Husky Haven's adoptable dogs were on death row before they were saved, and many of them receive needed medical and nutritional care before they are adopted into their forever homes.
Husky Haven of Florida's mission is the following:
1) To rescue stray, surrendered and endangered Siberian Huskies.
2) To provide support, education and assistance if possible to owners of Siberian Huskies.
3) To educate the public through events and public forums about Huskies and the need for Rescues.
4) To work with other Rescues in helping all animals and their humans enjoy a healthy beneficial relationship .
To adopt a dog from Husky Haven of Florida, you must fill out an application on our website (http://www.huskyhavenfl.com) and then wait to be approved by our organization. Approval will come after interview(s) and home inspection(s) by our volunteer staff. Approvals are based on such things as references (including from your veterinarian), dog experience and knowlege, Husky experience and knowlege, living/housing arrangements, suitability of the dog you are interested in to your lifestyle, etc. Husky Haven reserves the right to deny adoption to any person who does not provide a good match or who does not have adequate knowlege, experience or means to own a challenging breed like a Husky.
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