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My name is OLLIE!

Posted 1 year ago | Updated 1 year ago

Adoption process

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet


Meet the Pet


Take the Pet Home

My basic info

American Pit Bull Terrier
Gray/Silver/Salt & Pepper - with White
5 years 9 months old, Adult
Pet ID

My details

Checkmark in teal circle Purebred
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered

My story

Here's what the humans have to say about me:

Ollie is a sweet, gentle lady looking for a quiet home and a family to bond with! She’s been through a lot during her time at the shelter- she was very overwhelmed when she first arrived and worked hard to learn to trust her staff and volunteer friends. She survived a painful bone infection in her foot and the amputation of a toe, leaving her with a funny little pterodactyl paw. Then, she was diagnosed with a thyroid issue which had her feeling pretty crummy and packing on the pounds. Now, on the right medication, Ollie is trim, slim, and feeling great!!

Ollie recently spent a day out on the town with a staff member- here’s what they said:

“Ollie is a pup who rates five stars with just four feet (and slightly fewer toes than she started with)! Yesterday was her first field trip and she ROCKED it! Ollie stopped by all the Bookman’s in town and enjoyed comfy cozy reading time. She was very patient and polite with everyone she met and sat pretty for so many photos! She dazzled folks at Starbucks and managed to snag a venti Puppuccino. Don’t worry- she didn’t finish all the whipped cream and saved room for regular treats!

Ollie headed to PetsMart and picked out her own rawhide. She loved it so much she slept with it by her nose during her ride back! She is a slow and easy walker who always keeps a loose leash. While walking at Reid Park, she didn’t show any reactivity to people, other dogs, or wildlife. We enjoyed a long walk around the baseball fields before racing back to the car in the rain. Ollie does well in the car, but takes time to settle in the backseat. Ollie is really a gem and did fantastically well with a moderately active day out. I’d take her if I could, but I know there’s got to be someone out there who can use an Ollie of their own and who will appreciate all the love she has to give!”

Ollie loves to nap and snores like a freight train, so a soft place for her to rest and get her beauty sleep in her future home is a must. She’s done well with a variety of kennelmates and was appropriate when meeting other dogs in her most recent behavior evaluation, however she likely will do best as your one and only pet. Ask to meet Ollie-potamus today!!
Pima Animal Care Center

Contact info

Pet ID
4000 N. Silverbell Road, Tucson, AZ 85745

Their adoption process


Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

No appointment necessary! HOURS: Monday to Friday: 12pm - 7pm Saturday & Sunday: 10am - 5 pm


Meet the Pet

Once you have decided which pets you are interested in, sign in for an adoption counselor who will guide you through the adoption process.


Take the Pet Home

Cats must leave in a carrier and dogs must leave in a carrier or on leash. We do have these available for purchase in our lobby store.

Additional adoption info

Year-Round Adoption Fees:
• Puppies and kittens less than 4 months old $50
• Adult dogs and cats $30
• A standard $20 dog license fee may apply
• Pets who have been waiting for more than 2 weeks for a family and pets over 5 years old $0 - Fee Waived!

Every adoption includes:
• Spay or neuter surgery
• First Vaccinations
• Microchip
• Vet visit certificate
• Pet insurance

Adoption application

Go meet their pets

Pima Animal Care Center
4000 N. Silverbell Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85745

(520) 724-5900

Monday to Friday: 12pm - 7pm
Saturday & Sunday: 10am - 5 pm

More about this shelter

As our community's only open-admission shelter, we have the largest selection of adoptable dogs, cats, puppies and kittens waiting to meet you. Learn more and see our pets at

Need help with your pet? Call the Pet Support Center
The Pet Support Center is a phone-based resource for our community that strives to help people keep their pets. In addition to providing resources, information and counseling, support staff will schedule admission appointments for pet owners who decide they need to surrender their pets to PACC. Call us at (520) 724-7222 or visit the Pet Support Center webpage - to learn more.