Maybe it’s just a coincidence that an adorable seven-year-old Lhasa Apso pup with Count Dracula fangs is available for adoption on Halloween. According to the Daily Record, the good-natured pooch may look a bit scary, but Dogs Trust Rehoming Centre in Bridgend, South Wales sing his praises.
And so the mild mannered little guy has become the talk of the adoption center, especially since he arrived last week while Halloween preparations are in full swing. Angela Wetherall, the rescue’s manager, said Milo is a friendly pup who gets along with other dogs, walks well on his lead and loves his afternoon nap.
“We are amazed by how much Milo’s teeth resemble vampire fangs – they have certainly become a topic of conversation with staff and visitors,” stated Angela. “He may bear an uncanny resemblance to Count Dracula, but he is no bloodhound. Milo is missing his home comforts and is looking for a fairly quiet home. He could live with other animals or children over the age of 14 who will give him time on his own when he needs it.”
Interested in meeting Milo? Contact the Dog’s Trust.
(Photo of pup with Count Dracula fangs via Dog’s Trust)
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He’s awfully cute! They really need to check out the potential adopters, though, with humans being what they are, so that the people who end up with him aren’t using him as nothing more than a Halloween decoration this year…..
I would think those would make eating uncomfortable. I hope they do not. He’s a cutie, but would be just as cute if those were removed IF they give him trouble.
That is a horrible way to describe this adorable dog. Do they want to appeal to people who would only use him on Halloween, and then dump him? btw…Dracula had maxillary fangs, not mandibular.