Milo is my buddy

by Bluebell,Jeanette daughter
(Northern Illinois usa)

He's my very very best friend . Milo when we got him was " on guard " all the time and not much my friend . And now he is my buddy. We've had him my very very best friend for 8 months.

At frirst he did not notice me. And now he shows me he loves me. Mom ( Jeanette) Said he had to get comfy and feel good about being here since he missed where he lived before. We are his third family, see.

He helps me with my health issues he's my seizure doggy , he's my anxiety doggy. He sleeps on my feet when I sleep.

He loves dog treats . He loves celery, rutabaga, sweet potatoe., spinach, Mama gives him eggs.


(This was written by Jeanette's developmentally disabled daughter she is 29 years old by calendar years. And 2nd grade age by developmentally disabled factor years, if you know what I mean . It hard to explain )

Milo is pyr x St. Bernard x white lab , he was the runt of his litter and was bottle fed. He is 75 USA pounds . He is 2 years and 2 months old.

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Mar 20, 2017
a beautiful life
by: Anonymous

Milo has the genetics of 3 proven service dogs. All make Milo a pretty special guy.
Service dogs are happiest when they serve those who they are bonded to....who they love. They often know and instantly act to save, assist, or comfort even without training. So that means Milo has come into your lives for a purpose and he is very clearly a happy camper!
Thank you for sharing your story with all of us. Milo's smiley portrait has made me smile to see him. It's a beautiful life. Enjoy every moment.

Mar 21, 2017
Milo wasn't trained
by: Jeanette

We did not train Milo to be PTSD dog for both daughter and myself. We did not train him for anxiety helping . We did not train Milo to warn of seizures in my daughter . We did not train him to tend to the older dog who is blind due to age. We did not train Milo to go to nursing homes and let the folks pet him , I did not train him to makes humming sounds in his throat at the elderly. I take him it's my hobby and he is always happy while there. But I did not train him. He just taught himself I guess.

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