Happy gotcha day to Milo!!!! Two years ago I began fostering Milo from the Wyoming Corgi and Dachshund rescue while I was living in Denver. When I met Nancy, who was transporting Milo from New Mexico, I immediately had tears in my eyes when I saw him for the first time, I had never seen a dog so emaciated before. Within the first few weeks, he had major surgery, and we confirmed that he was mostly blind due to being starved. The multiple vets he saw guessed his age anywhere between 4-12 years old. Milo suffered for so long because someone used and abused him as a breeding dog. Through out the past two years I have seen Milo blossom into a doggie that he always should have been. He is loyal, sweet, and beyond loving. He’s the best pup, and I am incredibly lucky to be his person. I hope he is young because I want to spend a decade more with him. Folks, please don’t buy puppies from puppy mills or from places such as Petland...this is how they treat the dogs they breed. I posted a few photos from the different stages of my time with him, the first being from the first night I brought him home. Here’s to you, Milo!! Milo is so special to me.