My name is Ollie!

Pit Bull Terrier Mix Dog for adoption in Mission Viejo, California - Ollie
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Facts about Ollie

  • Breed: Pit Bull Terrier Mix
  • Color: White - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
Meet Ollie!

Are you looking for a spunky, fun-loving goofball to make you feel like the most fantastic thing in the world until death do you part? Ollie is between 1-2 years old, and probably an American Bulldog/ Pit Bull mix with a dash of Amazing Terrier most likely in there somewhere. Okay I made the last part up, but whatever mix Ollie is, it appears that she was carefully designed to make people melt with just one look from her golden eyes. Her favorite thing is chasing her foster brother and sister around the yard, but she also digs working on her sausage-like physique on the treadmill. The likeliness of her accidentally knocking over smaller dogs as she comes in like a wrecking ball is very high, so it would be best for her to have larger doggy friends to bounce off of. She can also be very forward (some dogs have even described her constant kisses as obnoxious) so she does need a canine sibling or siblings that are tolerant of her silly and hyper personality. This doesn’t mean that she is a constant bundle of well-intentioned excitement, however. Ollie is crate trained and will spend time in there without a peep, and she will also lie on her doggy bed while you mop the entire house until you say the floor is dry and she can come off. Her foster has worked hard on maintaining a calm demeanor in the house and would encourage any future adopter to continue to do the same, if only to make sure there aren’t any slip and falls due to a white hippo trying to run up and give leg hugs. Her training has been aimed at very much the same attitude on walks; minding her own business and remaining focused so as not to stick noses somewhere they will not be appreciated. She has no idea why people and dogs do not always love her level of forwardness, but she has been getting better and better about respecting space. She will definitely win the hearts of any guest or visitor to the house, however, as she is a cuddler extraordinaire and her wiggly butt is too irresistible not to scratch. She will bark to let you know that Steve and Nancy from next door are having an argument outside, but will quiet down when you tell her to mind her own business. The mailman has also described her as “pleasant” and “nicer than your other dogs.” She is a quick learner and eager to please- she learned shake with both hands in a matter of days, and also knows sit, down, stay, place, come, and “get out of the kitchen!” Her only fault is being too darn excited to be everyone’s best friend, but one minute spent with her will convince you that you have no problems filling that request.

A home check, contract and adoption fee is required to adopt Ollie. Please contact for an application.

About The Ark Animal Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

It is estimated that each year 4-6 million animals are euthanized in the United States. This is mostly due to over-population of animals and there is simply not enough room in the shelters. Innocent animals are dying everyday including puppies and pregnant mothers.

Many people are not aware of this sad reality. Our goal is to not only save lives, but to help spread awareness about this problem and promote adoption.

The Ark Animal Rescue was founded in 2011 by Brittany Modica-Birtwell.

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Our Adoption Process...

We ask that each person fill out an application prior to setting up a meet and greet. We want to make sure that it will be a good match before moving forward. All adopters must be at least 21 years of age and have the ability to provide and care for an animal.

At the time of the adoption, we also have a contract that both parties must sign.

Each adoption comes with a vet exam, spay or neuter, de-worming, vaccines and a micro-chip. Our fees are considered "donations" and can be used as a tax write-off.