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Olivia Newton John-58560

Date Available for Adoption: 12-03-2022

Date Adopted: 01-27-23

I am a 1 year old, Spayed Female, Pitbull Mix.

Olivia Newton John is sure to be hopelessly devoted to you! This lovebug is an energetic, bouncy girl who loves everyone she meets and will want to give you a hug to let you know! She was sadly dumped just outside of our shelter, so we don’t know her backstory, but we do know she is one good girl. Olivia might be confused on why she’s in our shelter now, but she sure isn’t sad about it! She is so excited to be with all of us that she even (sadly) has what we call “Happy Tail” where she wags her tail so hard in her kennel at people that she hits it against the wall, causing a wound. She says she’s just too excited to finally have all of these people to love her back for once!

She’s dog friendly, but not a fan of cats. She loves car rides and jumped right in to go to on an adventure to the radio station, excitedly watching out the window the whole time. Olivia is also a total treat gobbler – she sought out a ziplock bag of pupperonis and chewed through it to get to the treats! But, that just means she’s so treat motivated that training should be so simple!

Olivia Newton John recently went out on a day trip and her new friend had this to say about her: “Olivia was so sweet and so excited to meet anyone and everyone. We went to Windmill Creek Winery and Tractor Supply. Olivia did not bark or whine at all the whole time. She really enjoyed the car and knows how to sit and lay down. She was so amazing!!”

Come out and meet this adorably sweet girl this week and take her for a walk. She’s a little strong on walks, but she says she wants you to take her home so you can show her how to walk by your side forever! She’s a sweetie pie with a heart of gold looking for a forever family to love and spoil her. Olivia Newton John currently weighs about 54 pounds.

Not good with cats

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