Hi, I'm Ollie! I'm a sweetheart with a lot of love to give.
I'm potty-trained, crate-trained, and I know the words "sit", "come", and "down." I will usually listen the first time, but it helps to get my attention if you have food. I love treats and am very food-motivated.
I get along nicely with teenagers, but I get too excited around little ones and toddlers. My ideal family would have bigger kids or adults only.
While I've got a good amount of energy and spunk, I also enjoy chilling out and snuggling with humans. I like to be near you all the time and will follow you all over the house -- I am like a little shadow. I especially love to lay in your lap, get belly rubs, and give you kisses :-)
I am part of Last Day Dog Rescue's training program to become the best dog I can be. You can continue my training for free after adoption!
Would you consider adopting me? I think I would make a wonderful addition to your family! â
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