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In shelter Dog

San Francisco, CA, 94112
Pet name:
Black Labrador Retriever
Olivia, and her sister Sasha, were found on the side of the road in an abandoned rural town with their mom. They were so small, like little beans, and mom was hiding them inside a tire to keep them safe. We took them into foster care and they have grown up in a safe, loving environment ever since.

Now that she is 4-5 months old, she is ready for her forever families! Olivia is about 25lbs right now and expected to be medium size.

Olivia can best be described as a classic puppy. Her and her sister absolutely love to play with dogs of any size (they are in foster care with all kinds of dogs). They love toys, they love people, they love annoying their mom. And then after they get their playing out of their system, they nap hard! They love to sleep in their dog house for a good nap.

They are completely adorable and will make a lucky family very happy!

Olivia with Pretty Little Perros (PLP) Rescue in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, but can be sent to the Northern California if we can find her a great family. Olivia is already sterilized and fully vaccinated.

Interested in adopting Olivia? Please fill out our adoption application:


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