Jennifer, a native Coloradoan who lived in a condo, was partial to larger dogs and had longed for a pooch of her own for some time but didn't think it fair to have a dog prone to playing hard when she only had space for maybe a hamster. She bought a house, but a house without a dog was lonely, an all-too-quite place to be. It was just a house. To make it a home she had to have that special doggy.
She went on the hunt and adopted Milo, a black Labrador retriever of the English variety. He was blacker than black, with a shiny coat (almost reflective) and now stands about 3 feet, 3 inches from paw to the top of his head. He came from a breeder, the Riorock Labs, in southern Colorado in December 2006.
After careful examination she picked Milo out of the whole litter because he was the most curious and a real sweetie. He waited patiently, a very hard thing to do at 6 weeks old especially if you are an energetic Lab pup. While his brothers and sisters climbed all over Jennifer nipping at her and pulling on her shoe strings they finally all got tired and walked off in pursuit of other things, Milo waited and then bounced right up and sat square in the middle of Jennifer's lap! Yep, He's the one!