Myles' Web Page
I would love you more than you can imagine.
Please adopt me!
Myles needs a caretaker or foster!
Won't you consider helping him get a new start?
Medical Foster Needed
Rescue ID: 18754
Status: Available for Adoption (adoption info)
Breed: Labrador Retriever / MixedLearn more about the Labrador Retriever.
Sex: Male (neutered)
Current Size: 62 Pounds
General Potential Size: Large
Current Age: 3 Years 7 Months (best estimate)
Indoor or Outdoor: Indoor Only
Good with Dogs: Yes
Hi I’m Myles. I can be a bit shy at first but once I am comfortable with you I am a lover! I do ok in a kennel when you are away but I would really prefer to be near you when you are home. I don't mind other dogs, but I don't really want to play with them very much. I just want to know that you're nearby and that you love me. I crave chewing and need lots of safe items to chew on or I might accidentally chew on your boots or your jacket or maybe even that tasty book over there. . . I don't always know what is for me and what isn't.
Mars has been trying to figure out my health issues. You see when I came here from Texas I had some really gross skin they thought was just a simple skin condition. While my skin started to look much better with treatment it was found that I may have a rare form of cancer. I am now waiting to be seen by an oncologist specialist at the U of M.
My foster mom has been wonderful in taking care of me and seeing to my needs but unfortunately her life is changing and she will be moving out of state soon.
I am now looking for a foster that can pick up where she is leaving off and help me through either treatment or something called “hospice” care depending on what my next appointments find out.
PETFINDER VIEWERS: Find our applications at www.midwestanimalrescue.org
*The pet you are viewing is a rescued pet which is most often from an animal control facility and does not come with a pedigree. The breed(s) listed are our best guess and are in no way guaranteed. Sometimes the pets appear to be a particular breed(s) in the pictures we receive from our rescue partners and when they arrive we are surprised to see an entirely different breed(s) in person! If you choose to DNA test your adopted pet, test results may vary from company to company and our breed guess may not be reflected in those results as it is just that, our best guess. It is with deep longing that we wish there was a breed called "cute" as we believe all of our dogs would fall under this new breed classification!
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