Oakley, 6 1/2, is a spayed female black and white, German shorthaired pointer mix. Oakley is an IDAPI graduate who did very well in the program, but has not been worked with a lot since she graduated in February of 2012. She was adopted shortly after she graduated from the IDAPI program but unfortunately due to poor health of her owner, was recently returned. Oakley is a bit rusty on her commands but she does still perform some of them well — especially stay and heel. She also walks nicely on leash. Oakley is overweight and needs to lose quite a few pounds to reach her ideal weight. However, with good nutrition and some regular walking, she will show you how gorgeous she can be. Like many dogs, Oakley can get stressed when bored. She is energetic and will benefit from regular exercise to keep her in good health and to keep boredom at bay. Oakley gets along with other dogs and has lived with cats with no problems. She is house and crate trained and would benefit from living inside with her family. She is attentive, huggable and loving. Please consider this beautiful girl to be a member of your family. Meet her at the shelter today.
Oakley (#14569342) can be found in kennel 408 at the Idaho Humane Society at 4775 Dorman St. in Boise. The shelter is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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