American Pit Bull Terrier, Greyhound, Mixed
Brindle with White
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Online Adoption Application Ollie was a stray dog who had a sever injury to his rear leg. Once he was caught he was immediately treated and unfortunaly his rear leg had to be amputated. This happy loving boy is still very young and although only 3 legs has a ton of energy! Anyone want to adopted a special dog who deserves a great home? This is what his foster dad has to say: He’s a great dog. Very playful, tons of energy & would be best with a yard. Give him a few treats and he’ll be your loyal companion. Listens well, comes when called & is a fast learner. He loves to chase a ball or just chew on a toy! Im gone a typical work day and as long as i get his energy out he fine with me gone about 6 hours loose in my apartment. He will chew if he bored so i run him in a field daily and he sticks close to me! Ollie is housebroken and crate trained. I've taken him to the dog park and he's interacted fine with other dogs. I don't have any other dogs in the home but he hasn't met a dog he doesn't want to play with.


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