12 year old Milo and Rex are littermates who have lived together their entire life, they are bonded brothers. They are handsome American Eskimos, aren’t they? Rex is the smaller of the brothers weighing 25 pounds, Milo weighs 30 pounds. The boys have not been socialized around other dogs so the belief is they’d do best finding a new home where they will be the only dogs. It is not that they are unfriendly with other dogs; Rex is shy around other dogs whereas Milo initially barks at other dogs but then settles down. Rex and Milo have never been observed around cats but they have been around kids of all ages and done well with those who are respectful of them. Both boys are said to do well on leash, they love going on walks. They enjoy taking car rides and love playing in the snow. They can manage stairs and last as long as 8 hours without needing a potty break. Milo and Rex are fine left alone as long as they have each other for company. Of the two, Milo is the more confident. Rex will hide when he hears loud noises; this could be because Rex appears to have some vision loss. The hope is these lifelong companions will find a home together soon.

Rex and Milo are in Surrey B.C. (Canada), waiting for their adopter.

These are not ODH dogs; we urge prospective adopters to do their own evaluation.