found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, and not good with kids.
Hi! My name is Twilly. I was born with congenital vestibular disease. Some people call me a “ding” puppy. The doctor says there is something wrong with my equilibrium. The lady who bred me was going to put me to sleep, but some nice people worked together to bring me to AROS. I don’t know what the big fuss was about, who doesn’t love to sleep?
Twilly was adopted as a puppy but has come back to us recently as her family thought she would do better in a home without young children. She is just over a year old now and is still a rambunctious and high energy pup. She would do well in a home with an equally energetic dog who is tolerant of puppy shenanigans. Although she has lived with a cat in the past, she does tend to chase them and try to play. Twilly has gone through basic training and knows quite a few commands. Her leash walking is still a work in progress as her character 'sideways' tilt has made it a bit more difficult a task. Twilly loves to run and play, and especially likes a good game of tug. Like most Dobermans, she is your stereotypical 'velcro' dog and loves cuddling with her humans as well. Her vestibular disease doesn't affect her much, except that she does get dizzy sometimes and needs to stop to regain her balance if she is too amped up. Because of this, any canine companions must be well versed in doggie language so that they know when to give Twilly her space. Twilly is house trained and crate trained, and is ready to love you forever.
Twilly is spayed, vaccinated, dewormed, and microchipped. Her adoption fee is $350. If you are interested in adopting Twilly, please submit an adoption application at http://animalrescueandoutreach.com/adoption-application.
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