OLLIE (Oliver)   

In shelter Dog

Peña Blanca, Sandoval County, New Mex...
Blue Lacy, Bernese Mountain Dog, Mixed
Blue, Silver, Salt & Pepper
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OLLIE (Oliver)
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OLIVER (Ollie) is a sweetheart and enjoys an affectionate human bond. Oliver LOVES playing fetch and he will bring the ball right back to you! He loves playing with his doggie friends for playdates. He has the BEST smile ever! He is robustly affectionate and immensely loves back scratches. He loves to give kisses! He gets a huge smile on his face when he plays with his puppy girls. It's "tongue-out-Tuesday" all day whenever he gets to play with them. And they love him too! He tolerates them jumping all over him and kissing him :-) He is house trained, crate trained, neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, and almost six yrs old. We have specific adoption and Covid rules listed below. Revised adoption policyDue to Covid -19 pandemic and social distancing requirements, we've revised our adoption policy. First, please email (desertpawsnm@gmail.com) to inquire before you fill out the online application. (Please do not call or text). We are unable to do multi-dog/cat meetgreets or adoption events at this time or bring multiple animals to your house to choose from, so please only inquire if you're serious about adopting this particular animal. If you're just shopping around with several shelters and rescues, please let us know this. If your application is approved (which "could" take up to one week) then we will contact you to set up a Zoom chat or ph call to answer questions/clarify anything and set up a day/time to bring the pet to you. Since we can't come into the home/yard due to Covid-19, we ask that you send us pics /video of your home/yard/living area/current pets. We will discuss with you about meeting your other pets. At the meeting/adoption at your house (outside) please wear a mask (as will we), keep to a properly distanced social distance and have hand sanitizer and your own leash. We adopt locally to Central Abq, Santa Fe, Los Alamos and Rio Rancho. No out of area adoptions inquiries please. No young children for our adoptions please - he's great with children, but he may inadvertently push over the very small/very young with his enthusiasm. Please consider adopting one of Oliver's "puppy girls" with him! (Daisy who's deaf and Folie). The animals are fostered and our foster families like to know their fosters are happy, healthy, and cared for during their lifetime. We appreciate staying in touch periodically (just a pic, holiday card, social media, pics/videos etc will do :-) Our volunteers and adoption board are working diligently with an overload of inquiries since Covid to match families and forever pets. We're sorry, but if you email us with questions that are already answered here or fill out an application that does not fit the parameters of our procedures we will not be replying to you. Thank you for your understanding on this! Thank you - we look forward to hearing from you!


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