Milo is ready to stop bouncing. He was surrendered by his family to a pug rescue. He did find with foster dogs but plays a little rough. The pug rescue placed him with a couple who fell in love with Milo but after a few weeks, they realized all that comes with an active young Boxer boy that needs training. Milo is now at BRLA and looking for a home with good Boxer experience and older or no kids to help him focus on training. He's a little intimidated with new dogs but is learning to make friends. He know some basics and just needs guidance on boundries and when to say when. He has a high energy level so an active person who loves to walk or run would also be great for Milo. He is housebroken and ready to stay in one home for the rest of his life. No more bouncing, this little guy will find the right fit with a BRLA adopter.