Ollie-oop

1 Year Old • 50 lb • Male
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Physical Description: Ollie-oop is a handsome boy with a sleek, athletic build and a short brindle coat. He has some white on his neck, chest, and the very tip of his tail.

Personality: Ollie-oop (Ollie for short) is a champion sweetheart and a slam dunk for a lucky individual or family! He is a happy, fun-loving dog with a huge heart and gentle spirit. You will quickly notice his tail is constantly wagging! His gorgeous, dark brown eyes make it easy to fall in love with him! Belly rubs? He's in! A walk? Grab his leash and he is ready! He is very curious, sniffing and exploring his environment as he learns to walk on the leash and greet other dogs and people.

Eager to learn, Ollie-oop responds well to corrections and his manners are improving every day. This is a very active boy, and he loves to chase his toys and roll in the grass! Therefore, a nice fenced-in yard for daily exercise will be essential for him to really stretch his legs.

Ollie would do well being an only dog, but he would particularly love to have an active canine companion (and human) who likes to play a lot. Ollie is crate-trained and house-trained, and gently accepts his treats.

Be prepared for this wonderful boy to add a tremendous amount of love to your household!

History: Ollie-oop was found as a stray along a country road and spent a few months in a local shelter before entering his IAR foster home.

Good with Dogs: Yes

Good with Cats: Unknown

Good with Young Kids: Unknown

Good with Older Kids: Unknown

Health Information: Ollie-oop is in excellent health, current on his vaccinations, and is microchipped and neutered.

IAR Sponsored Training: IAR subsidizes post-adoption professional training with Jane Marshall (www.cheerydogs.com) to encourage a life-long and successful bond between the dog and the adopter. Group classes for puppies and adult dogs are provided at a substantial discount to IAR adopters.

IAR ID#: D-17-101


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