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In shelter Dog

Omaha, NE, 68134
Pet name:
Australian Cattle Dog / Blue Heeler
Incoming! Im Oreo, and Im what my human friends call the life of the party! Im a goofy pup with lots of energy and love to give to my people. My breed needs both physical and mental stimulation in order to thrive, and Im looking for a forever home that will help keep me busy and active. I love to run around and stretch my legs, play with my tug toys, and impress my human friends by catching as many tennis balls in the air as youll throw to me. I may be smart, but Im still a pup and am working on my manners, so my adoption comes with FREE training classes! I may come off as very sure of myself, but I have a nervous side when Im feeling uncomfortable. Im looking for a family that will be patient with me as I gain self-confidence so that I can show you how loving and deserving I am to be a part of your family! I need to go to an adult-only home, rather than an apartment, without frequent visitors as too much commotion is overwhelming for me. If you have a fenced-in yard for me to play in, even better! Id love to meet all family members (furry and otherwise) before going home with you to ensure its a perfect match. Oreo is a Diamond Dog and will be shown by appointment only. Diamond Dogs are dogs that are currently receiving special training from staff and volunteers through our behavior modification program. If you are interested in learning more about this animal, please fill out an application by clicking here . Be sure to include Oreo A1449989 when filling out the survey. After reviewing your application, we will only be reaching out to you if the animal is a good fit for your home.


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