Age: 2 years
Color: Black & white
Weight in pounds: 45
Needs To Be An Only Dog
Needs Securely Fenced Yard
Meet Oreo, a handsome black-and-white boy with tons of ticking. This two-year-old is energetic, springy, happy and loving. His tail is constantly wagging and he loves to give kisses and cuddle. He is very eager to please and responds well to a gentle touch and praise.
Oreo enjoys his walks and is always up to check out new neighborhoods, trails and parks. Those pesky squirrels and chipmunks keep him on his toes; he shows good hunting instincts and will instinctively point at wildlife, though he is not a trained hunter. He has not had the opportunity to swim, but we think he would enjoy a dip in the lake.
Oreo has nice leash manners and will come when called. “Stay” is still a work in progress. He would prefer not to be crated and has figured out how to escape his kennel and how to squeeze through tight spaces. He will go into his crate most of the time with a little coaxing.
This sweet boy needs to be an only dog because he’d rather not share his people with other animals. He is fine with neighborhood dogs out and about on walks, but he wants all the attention inside his own home. He is happy to make new human friends.
Oreo’s left rear leg was injured at some time in the past, and his gait is irregular, but he has adapted and it doesn’t slow him down a bit. He was found as a stray, so we don’t really know his backstory. We do know that he is grateful to be safe and will bond quickly and deeply with the right Forever Family.
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