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7 months


Q-Lo (4)

Olga, spayed female, 7 months old, 22 Lbs.

If you would like to give OLGA a forever home, please contact OR log onto to fill out online application


About Olga:

Olga is a sweet, quiet and mellow young girl. She was deserted as a puppy and had once a traumatic experience of falling into an open sewer. She’s close to both adults and children alike. It would take her a while to adapt to new environment; she’s very cuddly with familiar faces though. She would watch carefully on the sideline and then participate once she felt comfortable. When taking a walk, she kept good pace. She may get sick in car rides, but keeping her in a cage when riding in car usually helps. Like most pups, Olga enjoys snacks and toys. Olga is submissive by nature, rarely get into fight with other dogs, even when she is challenged.


Olga’s rescue story:

Olga and her siblings were found deserted near a suburban factory in southern Taiwan. There’s no sight of the mother dog. Faced with the busy traffic around the area, plus the cold nights and the attack by predators, these fragile puppies would hardly have any chance of survival. A warm hearted lady visiting the area learned from neighbors about them, she managed to settle these puppies at a temporary shelter place and posted the stray family’s story on line. The rescuer responded to her quest for help and aligned with us to recruit the pups under our adoption program.


Please watch Olga’s YouTube videos below:

Interact with stranger

Leash walk training

Interact with cat

Interact with children

Interact with dogs commands

No food aggression toward humans

No food aggression toward dogs




Social inclination: mellow/reserved

People/Children-friendly: friendly/observing new environment

Gets along with cats: curious/ keep distance

Gets along with outside dogs: Yes, won’t approach/ won’t provoke


Skittish: NO, but observing/reserved

Fear of men: No

Barks when unattended: No

Chews things up when unattended: chew toys


Biting incidents: No

Food aggression with dogs: No

Food aggression with humans: No


Energy level: stable/mellow/quiet

House trained: potty in designated spot.

Leash-trained: follows lead well

Commands learned: sit, wait

Adapts in new environments? 1-3 days

Dog gets to go out with foster family in a day: once a day

Good in car: No, may get car sick. Avoid full stomach, riding in a crate or holding her with arms would help.

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