Milton is in foster care in Southampton, Hampshire, he arrived in our care on the 18th September 2023 and he was born on the 5th of February 2020.

This lad has now been with us for five months and really deserves his own home.  Milton has grown in confidence and has adapted to home living really well.  Let’s find him that home that he really does deserve.

He is a confident, very friendly, inquisitive boy who likes to be on the go.  He also enjoys giving his human friends lots of kisses.  No dull day with this boy around!

This lad is now housetrained, enjoys his nice, comfy bed and can be quite lazy especially about getting up in the mornings!

Milton understands the rules and routines of the house and follows them well.  As long as he has his toys and a comfy sofa, Milton will be putty in your hands! He really is such a sweet boy.

Milton loves his outings, travels well and can easily get in and out of the car by himself.  He can walk nicely on a Canny Collar and enjoys saying ‘hello’ to everyone he meets.

He likes to help with separating the recycling and you may find a plastic bottle or small cardboard box in his bed.  Milton just loves to help!

This boy enjoys having cuddles with his human friends and will lean right into you, he especially enjoys being brushed!  Milton loves roaching, having a belly rub and then play fighting with his human friends, he certainly has a character!

Milton enjoys chasing after a thrown toy but is very particular which toys he will pick up and run around with!  He loves squeaky, tennis balls and fluffy toys, if you are missing anything that is fluffy you might find it in Milton’s bed!

This cheeky chap loves playing in the sand pit, he will dig for ages, then spin round and race around, chasing his friends and then back into the sand pit for a bit more digging before he decides it is time out and he needs a quick snooze!  He really is a delight to watch.

This lad would be fine as an only pet or as a companion to a laid back female in a home with children over the age of 8 years and he’d be fine to be left unattended for a few hours.

Milton has met a range of dogs out on walks and has made great achievement around larger and medium size dogs.  He will listen to his handler and has become a lot calmer when he sees other dogs on his walks, he will walk pass them positively on a slack lead which is a real success.

This stunning looking boy would fit into any family household who are keen walkers/enjoy outside sports or just love visiting new places.  Milton would just like his own family to call his own.

Milton is such an adorable lad.  Go on give the adoption line a call and find out more about this lovely lad.

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