We at KGR are bewildered why Ollie is still with us. He loves being out, enjoys his walks and loves being with you. He would probably be best suited to a home environment that is not too busy. He can also be an only dog as he just loves being with people. He is in foster with other dogs and has slotted in just fine, his foster mum doesn’t even know she’s got him as he is so easy.
Ollie let’s himself down when meeting prospective owners for the first time as he tends to bark with excitement, just like he does when he knows he’s going out for a walk. He is just a loud mouth and once you tell him to stop he does.
He is crate trained and once he feels secure in his crate he can be left for 4 hours.
He is calm when out walking and not bothered with other dogs. He just wanders along in his own little world. He is a fabulous dog who has been waiting far too long for his forever home.
Ollie is a very nice dog who deserves the chance of a home to call his own.
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