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Sanctuary Update: Oliver is now waiting for a home here at the sanctuary in Willits. He would be best in a rural home as he does like to chase this with wheels, ie skateboards, bikes etc. He would also do best in an adult only home. Oliver gets along very well with the staff, but does need a brief warming up period before he feels he can fully trust them. One game of fetch with usually seal the deal for this pretty boy. ; Original Bio: Oliver is a sweet boy with high energy and he loves human attention. Oliver loves to have a ?job,? whether it?s running beside his human, or playing fetch with balls or Frisbees. He likes to play in fields or in the water with his dog friends. Ollie is a herding dog and has some anxiety, particularly around children and bicycles. He should be in an adult home with a human who can provide strong leadership. Oliver is VERY obedient and has great recall to his name. He is also crate-trained, which helps a lot with his anxiety. Ollie?s current owner adopted him from Milo as a 6 month old, and has given him a ton of love and training, but is in a graduate program that requires her to travel frequently, and she?s now not able to give him what he needs. Oliver is looking for a stable, loving home with people who can give him lots of attention and exercise.
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