OREO – 28188
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OREO – 28188
Intake Date : 5/16/18 Intake Type: Stray
Medical Behavior: Green Age: 5 years Sex: Female
Weight: -56.4 lbs
Medical exam pending
A Little Bit About Me…
A volunteer writes: I can see and I can hear the American Bulldog in Oreo. She is so cute, tap dancing in her kennel, vocal and quite nasal, too. “I want to go the park, play, run and be in company!” Another volunteer tells me: “She has the biggest smile”. Indeed, it could be Oreo’s hallmark, her bright smile and sparkling eyes, always making you feel that you are the most important person she wants to share her life with. Oreo is a great walker, likely housetrained, not a bird or squirrel chaser, and very polite to all four legged creatures neared. Her best time is in the yard. Oreo loves treats. She sits for them, jumps, readies her mouth and finishes almost my whole bag of dry liver treats. She enjoys a chase and a tag game. She is amazingly active when needed, runs fast, jumps, all accompanied by a noisy nasal babble. Oreo is a riot. She is so beautiful, a pleasure for the eyes and a very friendly, sociable and affectionate gal to be with. No second thoughts after meeting her and seeing her again and again. She is Great!!!! Oreo is at the Manhattan Care Center waiting impatiently to meet you and filling the coveted position of Forever Best Friend!!
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