Myles is a 3 year old Golden Doodle who was surrendered by his owner due to her working too much to give him his medicine. He originally came from a home where the toddler developed allergies to Myles. Myles was then raised by the families sister until they could no longer meet the routine of his medicine schedule.
Myles is a wonderful boy who is friendly with everyone and who is also good with other dogs. We do not believe he's had exposure to cats.
Myles was in a home with children his whole life and did great with them we were told. He does have seizures and is on two medicines. One he takes twice a day. The other is 3 times a day every 8 hours. His perfect home would be a permanent work-from-home family who had the time to make sure his medicine was delivered on time.
Myles overall is an amazing dog and both his former families wrote to tell us he is a very good boy. He will need training to learn not to get into things that are left out. When left out too long, this boy will get bored and start to dig for entertainment. This is easily corrected with exercise and simply not being left out too long to get into trouble situations.
We will be getting Myles neutered and he then will be off to his forever home. Will that be you? If you are interested in fostering-to-adopt Myles, please read our adoption policies
and if you qualify, send us a note to begin talks. Let us know your mailing address, phone and why you feel your home is perfect for Myles.
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