The three pug brothers came from the SPCA serving Erie County. They were surrendered by a family who had bred two dogs and had six puppies a year ago. They kept all six puppies and eventually found homes for three of the six puppies. The other three were taken to the shelter when the family could not long keep the three boys.
Oh Milo… what can I say about your sweet face? Your delightful underbite and your loud bark? Sweet boy is what comes to mind.
Milo is the most outgoing and most anxious boy out of the three brothers that have come into BCFS’s foster care program. He’ll need the most reassurance in his new home with a loving and patient family. Milo barely tops the scales at 20 pounds and has a lovely longish brindle coat with those beautiful big pug eyes.
Milo’s tail waves the great happy wave of a Pomeranian while his front end is all pug. Milo showed little interest in cats and gets along well with other dogs.
He looks a little like Dozer and a little like PeeWee (pictured below)
Milo is great with other dogs and loves people, but might take a moment or two before he’s comfortable with strangers. Milo loves to hear his own voice and does bark a fair bit, so he wouldn’t be suitable to apartment life. He does stay close and walks well on a leash.