Featured Dog: Olivia – ADOPTED!


Allow me to introduce you to Olivia, a 7-8 months old pit mix. I believe she is mostly fullgrown.


Olivia isn’t normally that solemn– she’s actually one of the most playful dogs I’ve met. She is, however, very food motivated, and sits very nicely and patiently for her treat.


Sometimes Olivia likes toys so much, she forgets to walk. So we made a game out of walking: I hold and throw the toy about the length of the leash, towards the path I want to take, and she runs, or rather, pounces, for the toy.


Olivia sometimes carries the toy in her mouth while she walks. I have a feeling the toy is like her security blanket or something like that.


She also likes to have the toy in her mouth while you rub her belly.


Olivia also has some of the prettiest freckles I’ve seen- on one side, you can’t see any, but on the other you can see the faint black spots.


She’s also got extremely soft eyelashes, and despite her energy and playing, she’s really a gentle girl who just wants to be loved for who she is.


Olivia would be a great companion for an active person or family- she’d love to go for runs and have a nice yard to run around.


Then, after all that running and playing, she’d like to go up to you for cuddles and treats, and settle for a nice nap. Sounds perfect, no?


If you are interested in Olivia, please come visit her in Kennel 10. For more information on Olivia, please contact doginfo@apsofdurham.org or leave a comment below.


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