Milo is a sweet, special needs beagle who is about 11 years old. In early May of 2019, Milo had a bout with Vestibular Disease and since has been working on his mobility, and daily activities of napping and taking short jaunts out in the yard.

Because of his bout with Vestibular he has a slight tilt which makes him even more endearing. His mobility can be a challenge and can change from day to day. Milo does like short walks out in the yard, while inside he prefers to have an area designated for him so that he can relax and nap. Milo needs a home without young dogs who want to play with him. A home with older, mellow, accepting dogs would be best for Milo.

Milo can have accidents inside but truly does best when having a routine where he gets plenty of opportunities throughout the day. As his hind end mobility challenges progress, his ability to be able to gauge himself and his outdoor needs also change. He does give physical cues to the trained eye!  While Milo can hear well, he does best and prefers visual signals.

Milo loves a consistent routine, and having someone who has the ability to give him the extra TLC he needs. He is a true special needs dog and while this means extra effort, he will certainly make it worth your while! Milo is not a lap dog nor snuggle partner but his adorable, sweet nature will win over your heart without a doubt.

Milo is looking for his family to be able to read his cues, and be there for him for moral and physical support when needed. He is a curious, sweet, follow his beagle snoot little man.

Milo’s slight IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) does best when on a soft food diet and treats on the side- this man isn’t one for vegetables! He also maintains energy and weight with the help of monthly B-12 shots.

Milo is looking for a family that can provide him with love and attention, and who understands his “life as a beagle” persona. Milo would do best in a “homebody” environment, where his daily needs can be met.

Milo is cross posted for Useless Bay Sanctuary. He is currently living in a home-like boarding facility in Woodinville, WA. where he’s cared for well but everyone there knows that Milo needs and deserves a real forever home.  If you are interested in Milo or have any additional questions, please email

This is not an ODH dog; we urge prospective adopters to do their own evaluation.