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Miller - ADOPTED

BIO: May 19, 2020 - Miller is living the high life with his foster-failure parents (thank you for fostering him and falling head-over-heals for each other). Who wouldn't fall for that darling face? Between the very cute bio and his little tongue sticking out, every beer drinker in America wanted him! He was chained with a cable at his former home due to his Houdini escape methods but he was probably just trying to find his "true" peeps. Now that he has, he isn't going anywhere without them. All three look pretty proud and happy. Stay safe and warm, cutie pie! ******************************************** And "It's Miller Time!" Hello! My name is Miller and it's my time to shine. Cute boy alert - I'm 3 years old and I weigh 68 pounds. I'm looking for a new place to call home where, not only can I shine, but I'll be your number one boy. My previous owner had several dogs and I really wanted all the time and attention. I'm kind of picky about the dogs and cats I associate with but people - wow - I love people. Nobody is a stranger and I'm real fond of getting pats from everyone. My favorite thing is to lay on the couch with you and get all the petting you want to give. And I'm clever too; I figured out I can not only jump over the fence but I figured out a way to go under it too at my old home. A touch of Houdini! So then I used to get chained up in the yard and I'd rather stay in the house when you're gone. And not in a crate, please, for all day - that's too stressful for me. I'm house trained so you don't have to worry. I whine and pace by the door if I need to go out. I'd love to have someone work on my leash skills with me and maybe even take me on a jog. I already know "sit" and "come" commands. I just got neutered and I'm vaccinated, microchipped and heart worm negative. A pretty healthy, handsome, sweet boy who longs to share your "Miller Time".

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