Could you be the friend that 3.5yrs Milo is waiting for ?

Milo came to NWESSR after his owner temporarily moved back in with her parents and their two dogs. There was an altercation over a toy and as it is last in first out, young Milo had to leave.

Milo had not had a stable home life and as a result he arrived anxious and afraid of new people and situations. An understanding that Milo’s difficulties are based on fear is vital, he will try his best to avoid confrontation.

In kennels and with our trainer, Milo has made real progress, he shows natural obedience and has really started to enjoy agility. He loves to go out walking with our volunteer dogwalker. A patient, dedicated new owner, willing to carry on with his training, will make all the difference to this young boy.

He would so much love to find a quiet, supportive new home, without other pets or children.

Its plain to see that Milo’s experience of women has been more favourable so far and he does gravitate towards them. This led us to think a female owner would be preferable. However, he has gained confidence with men also whilst with NWESSR and we now believe he just needs someone who will be gentle towards him and help to give him the fresh start he deserves.

If you can offer Milo the home he needs, please visit where you can find out more about adopting a Springer from NWESSR.