Meet Ms. Oreo! This 2 year old Staffordshire Terrier/Labrador mix was lucky enough to have the best characteristics from both of her breeds. She is friendly with everyone she meets, loyal to the people who take care of her, and a devoted little girl that enjoys spending time with her people. Ms. Oreo is very attentive and notices everything that is going on around her, and because she is so smart she picks up on commands and people’s needs really quick. And like a Labrador Ms. Oreo is trusting of kind people, even tempered, gentle with dogs and humans alike, and very sweet. Like I said, she has the best qualities from both breeds!
Ms. Oreo was found on the street, incredibly skinny (30 pounds!), her fur a mess, and she wouldn’t even look people in the eye. She cowered, was scared of everyone and everything, and was afraid to love or trust. Due to the fact that all of our foster were incredibly full and Ms. Oreo needed one on one attention and TLC we put her in a boarding facility. While at the boarder she gained weight and is now 50 pounds, she learned what love feels like, and has grown into an exceptional, well-rounded, obedient dog. Her fur grew back and is now shiny and so soft, and she loves to be brushed and petted. Ms. Oreo is doing so well at the boarding facility that they let her meet the new dogs that come in and reassure them that they are in safe place. She also sits at the front desk during the day and acts as the official greeter!
Ms. Oreo was just Oreo when we found her, but because she has matured into an obedient, medium energy, fantastic dog, and we feel she deserves the title of Ms. Ms. Oreo has not had a great life, and although she is so happy and content with her life in the boarding facility, we know she would make a great addition to any family. She would fit in an apartment, or a farm with a lot of land. She would love a family with kids and other dogs, or a single person who could give her one on one attention. Ms. Oreo would fit anywhere.
If you think this wonderful dog has a spot in your life, please apply at charliescrusaders.org. She is spayed, up to date on shots, and so healthy. Why wouldn’t you want to adopt her?
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