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In shelter Dog

Milton, DE, 19968
Pet name:
Labrador Retriever
Dog Name: Oglethorpe

Breed: Rottweiler/lab mix

Sex: Male (Neutered)

Age: 1ish

Weight: 75 pounds and probably will gain another 10 or so lbs

Medical Needs: currently undergoing heart worm treatment, his next treatment is Sept. 20 and 21st at Animal Vet Center in New Castle and appt. Must be kept as a condition of adoption.

Housebroken: Not quite. Almost

Crate trained: he is good in a crate. Throw a treat in and he goes right in and is calm and quiet while in the crate

Good in the car: he hasnt had lots of experience in a vehicle so he is nervous in a car..but with time and experience he will be fine

Good on a leash: He is really good on a leash!

Energy level: Low/Medium.

Need a fenced in yard: No, hed be fine with just leash walks

Dog Friendly: Yes

If yes, does your foster need another dog in its adoptive homes? No

Cat Friendly? Yes.

Kid Friendly: Yes

Due to his size he would probably be best with older kids

Special traits that make your foster special or that we need to know about them?

Poor Ogie has already learned that men can be mean and because of that he prefers women. He is slowly coming around to his foster dad and with time, patience and a slow hand he can and will learn to trust men again.He isnt mean or aggressive towards men, he just shys away from them. Ogie loves his foster momma, he loves to give her all the love and follow her everywhere. He really is still just a big ole puppy that wants all the love and has lots of love to give. Ogie isnt a fan of the heat, he loves to lay on or as close as possible to the Ac vent. I think he is gonna love the winter months! He is sweet and gentle, a little goofy when he wants to be, soft and fluffy and eager to please and just the sweetest boy

Application can be found here:


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