Oasis and her sister Anabeth were surrendered to a NYC shelter when their owners were evicted. The shelter did not bother to notify anyone that they were sisters.
Anabeth was adopted. Oasis was stuck.
She almost had an adopter and that failed too.
She is still a puppy, just around 1 yr old.
She seems to be a hound or lab mix and perhaps some pit in there.
She is tall and lean. BEAUTIFUL A real head turner
We feel that she would be happiest as an only dog. She does not like all other dogs.especially small ones. . This can be worked on and RHDR will provide assistance . She seems okay with large male dogs now.
Oasis would be an amazing performance dog..... Great for agility and and maybe frisbee(when she learns how to catch). She has some really fancy moves
She walks pretty well on a leash and is totally housebroken. She would be a great running partner.
A great partner for someone who will work with her, She can be a star.
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