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Husky Mix

Adult Female

7 years old

They call me Oreo but there is no dipping me in Milk! I'm as sweet as can be.

I started off life in a great city in Northern California but some how I ended up lost in the desert in Southern California on a very busy Highway! 

This cool lady brought me in with another dog named Ava, but she was not sure what to do with us! 

Apparently, while I was outside playing in this ladies yard, she called this place that helps dogs just like me, named Hooks Home Home Bound Rescue. 

These people came by to see me and checked a few things on me. One being this thing called a micro-chip and another being if I could have children. They said that I was "spayed", I'm not sure what that means but I do recall that I got "fixed" a long time ago. 

These people also did a few tests on me, these test were to check my temperament, apparently I passed as they called me a good girl and gave me treats.  They also said I would make a great pet for someone, but I don't want to be a Pet I want to be a family member.

I was doing great as the Rescue spoke with the lady I am living with, I am even playing with other dogs, which is super cool. 

The lady told me that the rescue had tried and tried to get ahold of my owner that was listed on the thing called a chip, but there have been no responses. 

So know the lady says I am ready to find a new home. Don't you want to feel my fluffy softness? I could be your pillow if you allow me to!

My Rescue Story

She is confirmed to be 7 years old and is a Husky Mix.

She was found in Morongo Valley, CA with her sister, Ava. 

Oreo came to us as a Stray after waiting 30 days and attempting to find her owner no owner was found. We even called the micro-chip company and was unable to get a hold of her owner. We tried and tried but no one would return our communications.

The meaning of my name:

Normally, Hooks Home Bound Rescue names each dog after a fallen tow truck driver, "Hook." However, I did have a name before I came into the rescue because I was chipped and my owners released me!

My Medical Status

Thanks to Hooks Home Bound Rescue, I am now up to date on shots, fixed and the registration to my micro-chip is with them.

Compatibility Status

Oreo is a great girl who just loves to play. She is crate trained, walks great on a leash, and is okay with cats.  

She gets along great with other dogs and people with children. She will need a large yard. She also has a sister that is available as well.

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