As a pair they are a bargain: neutered/spayed, up-to-date on everything, micro-chipped, sweet, loving and no bad habits - and they are REALLY ENTERTAINING!!
Meg and Milo in Arizona – Available for Adoption from Havanese Rescue
Milo and Meg are a bonded 8-month-old pair of perfect Havanese! They are spayed & neutered, up to date on all of their health needs, are trained to use a doggie door, crate trained – a total & adorable package!
Meg (aka "Wiggles") is a very energetic cream and light beige with black "highlights". She loves to play, play, and play to the utter exhaustion of the other dog(s). She, Milo, and her foster doggie sister have run a path in the carpets and yard playing "chase that doggie." She gets very excited each time she meets a new person or doggie friend during their walks as she tries to play with them immediately. Meg is the social butterfly! She greets everyone with a bark, first, and then becomes their best friend. She loves giving an abundance of sloppy kisses and does a mean "pedicure" on our toes in the evening as we watch TV.
Milo (aka "Mellow Milo") is a very sweet and loving little chocolate and white guy. He follows you everywhere unless he's occupied with a game of “chase that doggie” with the other dogs. He's very affectionate and loves to cuddle on your lap. He will look deeply into your eyes and tries very hard to communicate. It doesn't take long to figure out what he wants. "Let's play catch the ball." Or, "Let's shred your napkin." Or, "Can I please, please, please have a chewie!"
This adorable pair should be adopted together since they are so bonded. They do everything together. If one leaves the room, the other will follow immediately. They have become used to having the other to play with and sleep with, and they will make one lucky family complete with the love and affection they give so freely.
Meg and Milo are being fostered in Arizona.
A donation will be requested to adopt these dogs. The recommended donation amount will be based on the dogs’ age, and medical and behavioral issues, if any. A completed application is required if you are interested in adoption. Thank you for considering a rescue dog!