Olive's foster mom has this to say about Olive:
Olive is settling in nicely. She's much more comfortable with us. She gives kisses and cuddles with us.
She's also gotten a voice. She barks at us when she wants her dinner.
Here she is letting us know we got home late, making her dinner late:
She is really doing well for an old lady! Her bloodwork was all good, her heart and lungs sound good.
You can see she has a good appetite!
My vet felt a spay scar so we believe she is spayed.
She's a fun little dog. It's great to see her little personality showing!
She is only slightly vision impaired. The ophthalmologist said her vision is really quite good for her age! Though we do think she's rather hard of hearing.
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