Yeti (Mini Milky)

Hi! My Name Is Yeti (Mini Milky)

We're happy to tell you that Yeti (Mini Milky) has a new furever home.
Please visit our Available Dogs Page to see the pups currently available.
I have started a new adventure! I have enrolled in what the hoomans call the Prison Program so I won't be available for awhile. I am learning how to be around lots of people and gaining confidence in my surroundings!
Hello! My government name is Mini Milky, but my fosters renamed me Yeti. I’m about 11 months old and about 40lbs now, but I still might have a little growing to do. I’m very shy and wary of new people. It will take me awhile to warm up to you, so I need a forever home with VERY patient humans who will give me the time I need to feel comfortable while also pushing me outside of my comfort zone in healthy ways. I have a spunky personality and playful energy once I’m out of my shell. I’m quite silly, and I love to play with the other dogs in my house. I would probably do best in a home with one or two adult humans and one or two other dogs. Although I am afraid, I am not aggressive. I really like to have a consistent routine for my daily activities. A routine helps me settle and feel comfortable. My kennel is my favorite place to be because I feel safe there. I am kennel trained, know my name, and will tell you when I have to go potty once a routine is established.  - Yeti

From Yeti's Foster Mom:
"Yeti is a happy, but scared 11 month old puppy. She is very talkative when she needs something and will let you know, i.e. when she needs to go potty. Yeti is a very smart, curious and capable pup that needs special attention and care from the right forever home. We have been fostering her for around 5 months and she is just starting to feel comfortable enough to let us pet her on her own terms. She has taken to one of the adults in our house more than the other, so she’s probably more of a “one person” dog than a family dog. Full disclosure: Yeti is not your typical “I-love-everyone” puppy. She will spend the first few weeks figuring out your space and your routines. She will avoid you and your presence for a long while and needs someone patient and willing to work extensively with her to build trust. Yeti acts like a normal playful puppy around other dogs, but when humans come around she is very timid and scared."


Yeti's adoption fee will be $375 which includes her spay, vaccinations and any additional medical care she may have needed.