Age: 10 years (September 7, 2004)
Size (weight): 10.2 pounds
Coat & colour: Smooth red
Temperament: Friendly to people and other dogs. sweet, cuddly, very affectionate
Good with Dogs: Yes
Good with Cats: Unknown
Good with Kids: Older
Housetraining: Uses pee pads but will go outside
Suitable for an Apartment: Yes
Origin: Owner surrender
Adoption Fee? $250
And now a few words from me:
Hi there, my name is Oscar and I am looking for a new forever home. My former parents had a new baby and I wasn’t adjusting well to the new addition. The only requirements I have from you are a comfortable lap to snuggle on and a hand to lick. I do enjoy licking you, but just tell me not to and I will stop. I like my foster fur sisters and brother and cuddle with them when my foster parents are busy. I sleep in my x-pen at night and I go underneath my blanket and snore. My foster mom tells me that she loves my snoring because she knows that I’m content with life! I enjoy being outside when the sun is shining, I sit with my face towards the sun and soak it all in. The issue I have is when it’s cold and rainy, I go to the door but when my foster mom opens it, I run away! Since I was a puppy I’ve used pee pads and tend to use them when it’s cold and rainy out. I would like to mention to you that I’ve been told in the past that I shouldn’t be with younger children because I have a tendency of becoming enamored by them, much like I do when I have a new toy. I love when someone throws a toy for me and after I get it I will sneak off and play with it by myself. My foster dad is trying to get me to return the toy so he can throw it again but where is the fun in that? I like to make him chase me, which is so much more fun.
And now a few words from my foster family:
Oscar is the most affectionate dog I have ever met – he loves to cuddle and is so sweet. He gets along with all dogs and people. Oscar does not act his age at all! He loves to go for car rides and really enjoys his walks. He will bark if the doorbell rings but otherwise you won’t hear a peep from him unless he can’t get to where his people
are. Oscar isn’t “house trained” but he is pee pad trained and will do his business there 100% reliably so will need to have them in his new home until he can be trained to go outside reliably. The lucky family that adopts him will quickly fall in love with his happy-go-lucky attitude and wonderful personality.