Each week, the Independent highlights an animal available for adoption at Baypath Humane Society in Hopkinton. This week’s adoptable animal is 5-year-old Milo.
Here is Baypath’s description of Milo:
“Milo is a playful dog who enjoys spending time with people and other dogs. He loves going for walks, playing with toys, and even taking a dip in his kiddie pool on hot summer days!
“Due to Milo’s nervous demeanor, Milo would do best in a home with older teens or adults only. He has experienced a lot of change recently and needs a family that can provide him with a patient and loving environment to help him settle in. Milo is easily frightened by loud noises, including sirens, fireworks and thunder, so a quieter environment would be more suitable for him.
“If you’re looking for a furry companion, Milo might just be the perfect addition to your family!”
Recently, The Boston Globe highlighted the difficulties that rescues are experiencing, including Baypath. This includes a high demand for rehoming locally, and, unfortunately, a record low number of available adopters.
Baypath has been a safe haven for many rescue partners down South. They are eager to place dogs in foster or forever homes to maintain this life-saving transportation and local rehoming efforts.
During this year’s #ClearTheShelters Campaign, which continues throughout August, Baypath is waiving the adoption fees for all adult dogs over 50 pounds. Baypath is ready to help with the adoption or fostering process. Anyone who has been considering adoption or fostering, now is the perfect time to reach out.