(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Good with kids,
Good with dogs,
Not good with cats,
Needs special attention,
Spayed or Neutered,
Hi everyone! I’m Slater, but my OCPBR family calls me Nugget. I was being given away when I was barely two weeks old, and just a wee nugget. (see what I did there?) Lucky for me, OCPBR scooped me up. I am now 1.5 years old and have been the luckiest pup with my foster homes, my current one has 3 other dogs in it and I get to go to structured daycare each week, outings and camping trips where I love meeting new human and canine friends!
I’m super energetic (but I also know how to chill) and need someone who’s going to play with me, so a home with a senior dog would not be the best fit for me. I am a silly, fun young dog, but I do not like being hugged or restrained so a home with children under the age of 5 isn’t a good fit for me. I do however LOVE to cuddle, I think I am a lapdog. I really like all dogs, but small dogs are my favorite. I am crate trained and house trained. I walk great on a leash, I know some basic obedience commands and are working on learning more.
I do have a unique health issue, my second kidney never grew. So because of this I have to eat a special low protein diet and my treats are vegetarian lol. Don’t worry OCPBR has already paid for all of the tests, so you will just need to feed me appropriate food and treats please.
At OCPBR, we do a foster to adopt with all of our special dogs going to their new families. If you have another dog(s), the dog(s) must be completely friendly with puppies, other dogs and people. Please no senior dogs.. Plus it’s unfair to senior dogs to have to endure normal young dog energy. They must also be current on vaccines. The foster must be willing and able to participate in our foster care program to include, ongoing obedience training and socialization.
If you’re interested in Slater, please go to https://www.ocpbr.org/adoptionapplication or email us at email@example.com