• Breed: Goldendoodle
  • D.O.B.: 1/30/22
  • Current Weight: 30lbs
  • Sex: Male
  • Estimated Adult Size: Medium
  • Neutered
  • Microchipped
  • Age appropriate vaccinations
  • Good with Dogs/Kids. (no children under 5 because he’s jumpy)
  • MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS – fully fenced, secure, private yard with room to run. OLIVER WILL REQUIRE REGULAR PROFESSIONAL GROOMING


If “GOOFY & FLOOFY” is your game, then Oliver is the name! This 7 month-old Goldendoodle embodies all things doodlicious. He is sweet, silly, snuggly, and happy – ALL. THE TIME. He’s funny, huggy, stealy,bouncy, playful, eager to please and absolutely naughty sometimes, too.  But hey, he’s a puppy. He does what puppies DO!  Oliver is doing really well using the doggy door to do his business outside, and will use a potty pad at night. Sometimes he gets SO excited to be outside playing that he forgets to pee, so you’ll want to stay with him to make sure he gets that part out of the way. Oliver sometimes jumps up on people, but does so gently and takes redirection easily. We think he is just so dang excited to see you that he needs to get as close as he possibly can to your face – because it obviously needs some kisses! He is mouthy because he’s still a baby, but again – he’s very gentle in his play and redirects super easy. Oliver loves his toys. All dogs love their toys, but Oliver loves his toys like he’s never had one before. ALL. THE. TOYS. ALL. THE. TIME. He will empty his toy box every day in awe and wonderment at all the amazing THINGS there are to play with! He will carry them up to bed at night and spread them all around the floor. The flimsy ones he will make quick work of, so no toys with stuffing are permitted. He will eat them, he will end up with an obstruction. That will be expensive.  This is how things are and how things must be, so get used to your home looking like a toddler lives there. His most favorite toy is his green squeaky ball. It’s almost like his pacifier in bed at night. He will squeak it and squeak it, and SQUEAK it until he falls asleep. But you won’t mind because you’ve never seen anything more adorable than the look of absolute JOY on his face when he’s squeaking his green ball. 

Oliver has done exceptionally well with the other dogs in the home. He REALLY loves to play and he wishes these old fuddy-duddies would play more. But he takes what he can get and isn’t too pushy when they want to be left alone. He is very good about finding something else to do. He takes correction from the other dogs easily, including the 4 pound bossy chihuahua. If you’re working around the house, Oliver is going to help. He’s not going to ask to help. He’s just going to help. He steals tools, just an FYI.  Oliver tries REALLY hard to be a counter surfer, but he’s just not quite tall enough yet. We are working on this.  Overall, he’s pretty good about chewing on his own things – most of the time. But he will, and does, put things into his mouth that you are going to have to fish out. For whatever reason, he sometimes steals clothes out of the hamper and stock-piles them in his bed. Shoes, too. But he hasn’t destroyed anything yet. I like to think he just loves me so much that he wants my scent close by. Speaking of his bed, he has one. He LOVES it! He will lay there and squeak his green ball while he snuggles with your laundry – until lights out. When the lights go out, Oliver gets in bed – with you. Period.  He is very gentle and lays at your feet… until it’s time to spoon. He’s a back snuggler, and he’s so sneaky about it that you probably won’t even know he’s there. He will snuggle in next to your back and verrrrrrrry slowly wrap his floofy paw around you. You’re safe now – Oliver is here. 

Oliver isn’t a big fan of being crated or penned away from his people, and would do best with a family who can be home with him during the day so he doesn’t have to be locked up. I can NOT stress this enough – OLIVER IS NOT AN OUTSIDE DOG. He is not a yard ornament, he is not a status symbol. Oliver is a beautiful soul, deserving of being a cherished member of a loving family who will go to the ends of the earth to ensure his safety and who will support and encourage his zest and love of life. He very nearly lost that life last month. His goofy, exhuberant happiness is of paramount importance. If you can not afford his upkeep, emergency care, or are not willing to do everything humanly possible to ensure his health and safety – please do not apply to adopt this amazing dog.  We will hold him until the most PERFECT family is found. 

KNOWN HISTORY –  Oliver came to us in July after veterinarians in OK contacted us. Oliver was on death’s door with a suspected obstruction and the owners were going to opt for euthanasia of this baby, rather than to get a very simple, life saving surgery. We had the surgery performed, (it was not an obstruction). And Oliver is happy, healthy and ALIVE today – because his life mattered to a stranger. 

Won’t you please consider adding this precious, sweet, loving little boy to your family? If you are not quite ready to add a new member to your family, won’t you please #SHARE our adoptable kiddos on social media? You never know when your share is the share that will bring them home.

Oliver’s adoption fee is $1000 and includes neuter, microchip with free lifetime registration, age appropriate vaccinations, dewormers, and heartworm prevention started. He will come home with a hobo bag of things to help him get started in his new furever home. You can apply to welcome him into your family by completing an adoption application below.

Please understand that adopting from P.R.A.R. means FOREVER. Please do NOT apply if you do not have the time to properly train and exercise a dog (now and in the future) or if you do not meet the minimum adoption requirements for the dog in which you are applying.

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