This little guy, Milo was tied to a post at Green Drive Area of Lytham, Lancashire and found on the 21 November.
He is not chipped, his disc was removed but written in pen on his too tight red collar is his name, Milo, aged 2. He was taken to the local dog warden and now being cared for at Sundown Kennels in Lancashire.
For whatever reason, he was left, we may never know and we’re not here to judge.
Just thinking about Milo. He must have been so confused when he was left tied up as the person who did so walked away from him. Thankfully it’s a popular walk and part of it leads to a local school – so he was found earliest possible, though he was shivering and frightened. When Julie, the person who found him untied him, he was going to bolt. But soon he was grateful to Julie.
He is now being cared for at Sundown Kennels in Lancashire – and we hope he will soon be cuddling with his new hooman.
May’s comments: At the time of posting, Milo is still not reunited with owner.
There are many interests in Milo and no doubt a home will be found for him. But he cannot be adopted till at least seven days after he had been handed to the Dog Warden.
The only reason Sundown Kennels would like to speak to his previous owner is to understand Mylo’s needs and if there are any conditions his new owner might need to know. If you know Mylo and you are his previous owner, do call Sundown Kennels – use a withheld number, just help them find him a home that can accommodate any of his needs.
Call Sundown Kennels – 01253 884183