Olivia is home! She has an amazing new mom and dad as well as a human brother and sister. She also has two doggie siblings…a French bulldog brother and an English bulldog sister. Olivia’s family is quite experienced with squishy face breeds and will provide her with all the love and care she needs. We are thrilled for Olivia and know she is in great hands. Way to go, Olivia…you have found your furever!
The perfectly baked sweet bulltato with the perfect smile is ready for the available page!
HEY VILLAGE! It’s me, Olivia! My foster family also calls me other names like Liv, Livvy, and sweet potato. I love them all! I’m an easy-going gal and only need a few things in life to keep me happy: a sunny patio to bake, a yard to get my zoomies out in and a lap of a loving family member to lay on for belly rubs and snuggles. I have to say, snuggling is my favorite though.
I get along well with all of the dogs in my foster house (female and male) and have loved every human I’ve met. I’m cool with everybody! I don’t have a problem not being the boss; I'm just happy to be here with everyone! I haven’t been around cats or other small animals, so I’m not sure if I like them or not. I haven’t been around little kids yet either, but with my calm demeanor, I should be ok.
I am 4.5 years old and even though a lady should never be asked to share her weight, I’m 26lbs if you must know. I was spayed last week and I’m up to date on my vaccinations. So far, I’m doing really well health wise. I do fine in my crate, and I am about 85% house trained; I will need my new family to have patience as I’m still learning. The good news? When you praise me, I reward you with my golden smile. It’s a good exchange in my book!
I am looking for a family that will cherish me for the rest of my days. I will give you unconditional love and we will have an incredible bond together. I like having fur siblings and love chasing my foster brother, Porkchop, around the back yard. My foster mom says that I’m truly a treasure and whoever gets to adopt me will be thankful for the rest of their days!