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He is a tall handsome man. He is neutered, up-to-date on shots and heart worm negative.
Oreo is thought to be 13 years old, but is still very playful with her doggie siblings! She explores the wooded backyard on her own, but requires little exercise other than maybe a short walk or two a day.
Oreo is housebroken, and would make a great apartment or condo dog. Oreo let's you know when she has to go outside and knocks on the backdoor when she wants to come back in. She walks very well on a leash and goes potty right away (and she doesn't mind the rain!). She would do well in home where someone could be home with her most of the day as she loves to be around her person, but she can be trusted home alone. Oreo's history suggests she was around dogs at her former home and she loves the dogs and cat at her foster home, so she would be great going to a home with another dog or a cat.
1 February 1999-27 May 2013
CBCR is sad to report the passing of long time foster Duke. Duke came to CBCR in 2000 and was quickly adopted. Unfortunately, he had to be returned to CBCR in 2006 due to his severe anxiety attacks during thunderstorms. Since then he had lived in a CBCR foster home. As he got older his health deteriorated, but he remained a happy dog.
To read the rest of Duke's story and see more photos of this beautiful boy, click here.
Status Update on Duke
For those of you following Duke's story, Duke has had his surgery. Unfortunately, it was discovered that he was heartworm positive. After careful consideration, his owner felt that a household with five young children would not provide Duke the quiet, restful environment he would need in order to recover from both his surgery and heatworm treatment. Wanting only the best for Duke and with a heavy heart, she relinquished him to CBCR so he could be fostered through his recovery and then adopted out to a quieter household.
To read Luke Duke's current biography, click here.