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In shelter Dog

Seal Beach, Orange County, California...
Pet name:
Terrier, Mixed
Miss Olivia... we just adore you!  Olivia is a great girl who loves her belly rubs, booty scratches, and most importantly... car rides!  Lots and lots of car rides!  There's just nothing like sticking your head out the window and enjoying all the smells this world has to offer!   With all that said, Miss Olivia does need some time to warm up and get to know new people, so no kids please!  If you move too fast, she will let you know to stick to your boundaries!  Please don't let that scare you away though, with a little patience and a big heart, Olivia will be your one and only in no time!  Will you please consider opening your home (and car) to Miss Olivia?

*Please complete our online application for further consideration.  We do best fit for both dog and family, and completing an application is not a guarantee of approval.


Olivia has been diagnosed with Cushing's Disease. She takes her medication a few days a week easily with food. Olivia loves to eat!!!!  Since she has been diagnosed her health has been very stable. If you are interested in learning more about Olivia's health please call the shelter for information.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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