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Olaf – Adoption Pending
Name: Olaf
Age: 6 months old (As of 12/9/2020)
Gender: Male
Breed: Terrier/Jindo mix
Weight: 20-25lbs.
Dogs: Good with dogs
Cats: N/A
Kids: Good with kids (Going through teething phase so needs supervision around small children)
Housebroken: Yes
Crate trained: Good in crate
Leash: In training
Brief Bio:

Meet Olaf! Olaf is a wonderful playful pup! He is very trusting and loves to cuddle. He is growing fast and enjoys a good meal and patiently waits for any extra food from Toby or Mina (his four-legged foster siblings). Olaf does not try to steal food and will wait until he gets permission. His foster home has been working on teaching Olaf to sit and wait for a treat; he is a fast learner.

Olaf is a very energetic puppy who’s going through a teething phase with his sharp little puppy teeth. He does not differentiate between dog toys and arms, hand or feet. He is good around children but would need to be in a home with older children or close supervision with younger children until he grows out of this stage.

Olaf initially likes to sleep in bed with his foster mom, but lately prefers sleeping downstairs on his dog bed. He will follow her everywhere and seems to know when she’s heading upstairs to go to bed.

Olaf is housebroken and now uses the doggie door. He is good with dogs and is finally feeling brave enough to participate in playing with other dogs. He is learning the difference between play growl and get away from my toy growl. He has not shied away from other dogs or strangers. Unfortunately Olaf has not been cat tested.

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