Here's What Happened To Oreo & Snowcone From 'Finding Fido'
On the third episode of Finding Fido, host and canine expert Seth Casteel helps the Bell family welcome a dog to their family as a playmate for their two boys, as well as a companion to help Mrs. Bell, who has fibromyalgia, stay active and reduce stress – which is a trigger for her symptoms.
After meeting Snowcone, an energetic 1 to1.5-year-old Chihuahua mix; Double Bubble, a lovable 1 to 2-year-old Poodle mix; and Oreo, a German shorthair pointer, the Bell family decided to adopt Double Bubble — a dog they felt had the perfect amount of energy to fit into their family, and the one they'd bonded with most.
Curious about the next steps for Oreo and Snowcone? Read their stories below.
So What Happened To Oreo?
After his Finding Fido debut, Oreo met his new owner, a tall, dark-haired explorer named Matthew. Oreo and Matthew now enjoy camping by the lake, roaming through mysterious forests, and falling asleep to the music of crickets and birds. Oreo and his new owner also hope to go fishing in Lake Tahoe sometime soon. Click through our slideshow above for images of Oreo.
So What Happened To Snowcone?
Snowcone was adopted by the Peters family in San Diego. According to the pet shelter where Snowcone once resided, the Peters family fell for her silly, energetic, and frisky personality. She was also adopted with Oliver, another shelter dog. We don’t have any photos to share of Snowcone and Oliver together, but we wish Snowcone, Oliver, and their new owners all the best.