The Milo Foundation

The Milo Foundation

220 S Garrard Blvd.
Point Richmond, California 94801
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Local Phone: (510) 900-2275

The mission of The Milo Foundation is to rescue adoptable dogs and cats from high-kill animal control shelters and adopt them to loving homes best suited to provide lifetime care.

The Milo Foundation rehabilitate dogs and cats, offers sanctuary to those that are not adoptable, and educates the public about responsible pet guardianship, including spay/neuter.

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The Milo Foundation is in the running in an online contest to win as much as $20,000 from Healthy Paws Pet Insurance & Foundation. more »
Milo Foundation dog
The mission of The Milo Foundation, an established 501(c)(3) nonprofit, no-kill organization, is to rescue homeless at-risk animals throughout Northern California, match them to homes best suited to provide lifetime care, rehabilitate those who need it, offer sanctuary to those who are not placed, and educate the public about responsible pet guardianship, including spay/neuter.

2015 has been a landmark year for The Milo Foundation. more »
Two dogs in a field
Beethoven & Luigi
The good folks at the Milo Foundation recently rescued these two very bonded guys, Beethoven and Luigi, from a high-kill rural shelter. The boys were left there by their owners, and the staff was very anxious to get these sweet, scared dogs to safety.

Since landing at Milo's Point Richmond location, they've gotten lots of love and opportunities to play and be socialized. Beethoven (the big one, who's a smallish St. Bernard mix) and Luigi (his tiny terrier BFF, who's definitely the dog in charge) are coming out of their shells in their new surroundings, and Milo would like to find them a forever home together — so much that their adoption fee is a special two-for-one deal.  more »
Milo Dog
The Milo Foundation's Sanctuary in Mendocino County—283 acres of woods, meadows, creeks and hills—is home at any moment to hundreds of critters, most of them in transit from shelters to their forever homes, but some of them permanent residents.  more »
Cady, a cute adoptable dog at Milo
When we last checked in with the Milo Foundation, they were noticing a sharp increase in the number of Chihuahuas landing in Northern California shelters and now having the sad distinction of being the most euthanized animal in our shelters. It's a California phenomenon, and Milo is trying to help change.
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DogTrekker wants to thank the San Francisco SPCA and partner 7x7 for staging a great neighborhood event last Saturday in the City's Hayes Valley. Hundreds of dogs brought their uprights to the street party on Octavia between Hayes & Fell to participate in a talent contest, check out the local companies supporting the event and adopt dogs, cats and even bunnies.  more »
Come join DogTrekker and partner KFOG Radio this Saturday, September 24th, for Dogma:, a street party in San Francisco's Hayes Valley. You can enter your dog in the pet talent contest (awesome costumes count too) and strut away with great prizes for you and Fido. Dogma: is a San Francisco SPCA fund raising event that supports pet adoptions. more »
Milo FoundationSixteen years ago, Lynne Tingle launched a rescue she named after her beloved Australian shepherd Milo, deaf and blind due to "lethal white" syndrome, which didn't interfere with his joie de vivre a bit. "He was an amazing character, always happy, loving life," she recalls. more »
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