Hi! I’m Oliver, my foster mom calls me Ollie. My story is complicated, you see I have some vestibular issues (balance) so I need help getting up and down on high things like the bed, and navigating more than a few stairs. So you will need to be able to pick me up (I weigh a bit under 20 pounds) and help me. I’ve got some cloudy eyes too, so my sight isn’t great. My biggest deal is my liver, Underdog did a blood test as they wanted to clean up a bad dental a vet in Cali did on me, and it came back I had elevated liver levels.
They did a sonogram and found my liver to be a bit different, and it had some growths. We don’t know what they are, and it really doesn’t matter. I’m on some medicine ($50 a month) I take once a day, and it helped my liver levels, and we continue to monitor them. I don’t show any signs of having any issues right now, I love to eat, go for walks, I love car rides and snuggles. I sleep really well too.
I love every dog I meet and every human too. My tail wags and wags. I haven’t been properly introduced to a cat yet, but my guess is I’ll love them too. Do you want to love me knowing my future is unknown? I will love you unconditionally.
Every Underdog has been spayed or neutered, micro-chipped, flea/tick treated, de-wormed, and received rabies, bordetella and distemper/parvo vaccines. All dogs have had a recent visit to the vet as well.
adoption fee is $ 200
We offer a 10% discount for seniors, veterans and students. All of our dogs are in foster homes. We have an adoption application, we check references and visit your home as part of our adoption process.
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