Labradoodle Rescue & Goldendoodle Rescue
Oliver is a 28 lb. mini Labradoodle that was originally purchased from a man outside a fast food restaurant by a family with 3 children under the age of 5. Like all puppies Oliver had razor sharp teeth and nails and like all puppies loved to bite, taste, and chew on anything and anyone that came within reach. This perfectly normal behavior soon landed Oliver in the back yard where he stayed for 4 months until his owner decided to sell him on Craigslist.
Luckily a nice couple adopted Oliver and took him home to live with their big, older dogs. This lasted for 2 months but alas his puppy energy was too much for his new family to deal with. Thankfully they found Doodle Rescue Collective and surrendered this little love bug to us in hope that we could find him a happy furever home.
If you want to adopt Oliver note that he is a puppy! He has lots of puppy energy! He loves to walk, run, play with toys, other dogs, people, Christmas trees and anything else that he can lay his teeth into. He is very intelligent, eager to please but easily bored. He gets a lot of exercise and play time here at Camp Melville but still suffers from the "zoomies" twice a day. He loves to cuddle and will fall asleep in your arms but not for long because "wait what was that noise outside!?!?"
He's very intelligent and mostly housebroken. He sleeps in a crate for now, he'll go in happily for a small treat, cry once or twice then pass out. In a week he's figured out that scratching on the glass sliding door gets him out. Sometimes to pee, sometimes to poop, sometimes just to smell the fresh air.
Here he is helping trim the Christmas tree:
Coming right from the groomers where he had fun with the other dogs:
If you are interested and willing to drive to beautiful Lake Tahoe CA to meet Oliver please complete an adoption application. Oliver will do best in a home with another dog and no small children. He has not been cat tested yet but we expect like most he'll chase until he gets swatted then will figure out that the kitteh is not as much fun as another puppeh.