Milo, 7 months old, is a happy young pup with an energetic attitude – a vibrant personality that goes perfectly with his spotted coat!
A black and white marvel, Milo loves to model costumes and won’t chew his clothes. Always in the mood for a great adventure, he is very curious and puts his nose to the test to test his highly developed sense of smell. He will need to be trained but he is already learning to sit!
Milo’s breed is special – he’s a Catahoula Leopard Dog, which is Louisiana’s state dog.
Milo has many siblings, also available for adoption, so he is used to having family around. He would thrive around activity, the perfect companion for a household that already has children or other dogs.
You can meet Milo or his siblings at the Houston Humane Society, located at 14700 Almeda Rd. in southwest Houston, open 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. If you would like to welcome Milo into your home, you can start the adoption process by completing this form.
Follow-up of the KPRC 2 Pet project: Hill
Last month we met Hill, a tough pup who loves to wear pink.
Hill has been adopted by someone who will spoil him with lots of love and attention! When he first saw it, he knew it was him.
Hill’s new owner says this is his second HHS adoption — he adopted Buster Brown in 2013. He was a staff favorite and was honored with a foster wall.
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