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Ollie   

In shelter Dog

Pleasant Hill, CA, 94523
Pet name:
Ollie
Gender:
Male
Breeds:
German Shepherd Dog
Date:
07/11/2022
Colors:
Black
Size:
Medium
Age:
Adult
Description:
Ollie was found in Hollister, Ca with a horse companion that had been seriously injured by a car. Sweet Ollie would not leave his companions side and was taken to the shelter. He looked awful with patches of hair missing, malnourished and emaciated. He was lovely with all humans from the beginning and quickly became a shelter staff favorite. He had lots of medical tests but they could not figure out what was wrong with him - he had a great appetite but could not gain weight. They were unable to neuter him due to his low weight. Finally he was diagnosed with likely EPI - an issue with the pancreas not absorbing nutrients and they started giving enzymes with his feedings. Since starting the enzymes his fur is growing back, hes put on weight and muscle and is no longer feeble. He was in the shelter for almost 6 months as it was tough to get him adopted or a foster with unknown medical issues. But now with the enzymes he was showing improvement!

Ollie has had 8 weeks of a board and train and comes with additional training that will help you learn how to communicate with him and help him acclimate! 

Adoption fees:

Puppies: 0-1yr $450.00

Adult dogs: 1-6 years $400.00

Seniors 6+ $350.00

Each of our dogs are fully vaccinated to include Bordetella, DHPP, DHLPP and Rabies. We deworm each dog and chip. Lastly, we spay or neuter each of our dogs. 

Our adoption process includes an initial conversation about the dog to see if the dog is a good match or if another dog could be a more suitable match. We also will complete a home visit. It should be noted that our adoption counselors know the dogs and can best guide any possible adopter with a suitable match.

Please visit https://www.calpaws.org/available-dogs for the adoption application!

We are always in need of experienced fosters for the amount of dogs we have coming in. Being a foster is such a rewarding experience. If you are interested please review https://www.calpaws.org/fostering

Location


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