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Kenny was shaved to remove serious mats.
Jack is a 2 year old Pit Bull who is the happiest guy all the time. He loves to be hugged and scratched and near people. He loves to play with toys and can be found tossing them around the yard and having a blast. He always has us laughing with his comedy. He will also come and sit down in front of you and lean on our legs and look up awaiting a hug and a chest scratch. He loves to give kisses and nibbles too. He truly is happy-go-lucky. Jack is heart worm negative, is current on all his vaccinations, neutered and microchipped. His coat does have some beautiful brindling. He needs some work on basic commands, but is a smart boy and is eager to learn. All he wants is to be loved and the chance to give you his big heart. He is dog selective, so we are recommending him to be the only dog in the house. We are unsure how he would be with a cat. Jack's adoption fee is sponsored. Please inquire for details. All regular adoption requirements apply.
Brian is an 8 year old Whippit Mix who loves to be with people. He is a very intelligent boy who loves to run, but mostly loves to just be with people. He knows his basic commands and is very gentle when taking treats. He walks well on a leash, rides well in a car, and is house broken. He is ok with older, respectful children, but we are not recommending him with small children due to his age and desire to retire on a couch or by a warm fire. Brian's status is adtoped, however, his family just got word that they are being relocated to California and cannot take him. He lives near the Twin Cities of Minnesota. Brian will be coming back to our shelter, but it is our hopes that we can prevent that from happening and help transition Brian straight into a new home. His adopted family is in tears to lose this boy, and we know it will be very tough on Brian as well. Brian did well with their other dogs - though he was 'overly friendly' with their female. His mom reports that he is "the perfect house dog."
Chase is a very sweet boy who loves attention and to be near people. He is a gentle soul who takes treats gently and is not food aggressive. Before transferring to OCAP from a rescue, he was in a foster home with 6 other dogs. He does well with female dogs the same size or larger (unknown how he is with smaller dogs), but does get dominant with male dogs. He does not do well with cats. He is mostly house broken and is crate trained. Chase is about 45 pounds and is in the process of gaining weight. He is a quiet boy with a cream colored coat with an apricot ticking in his coat. Unfortunately Chase was heart worm positive when rescued and has undergone the injections for treatment. He then requires monthly heart worm tabs, which will be provided when adopted (we currently have 12 months worth for him - he will take one tab on the 20th of each month).