already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Caroline is a young mix breed adult, about 9-11 months old, who we were told by the shelter was a very young Doberman puppy in need of rescue. It was obvious once we had possession she was not a Doberman but she did still need our rescue help because she was underweight, sick, had an infected wound from a previously embedded collar and had ringworm over most of her little body. But that was then, and this is her now! She has learned some nice manners, she is now potty trained, and crate trained. She likes other dogs and although she likes to chase the cats in her foster home, she does not try to harm them. She is 40 lbs, has a long (undocked) tail; she loves to cuddle, and she is friendly to all she meets, and she has played frequently with childen 7+ years of age. She follows directions well & has learned great from her foster mom and the older dogs in the home. She is a beautiful girl, fully vetted, and ready now for her forever home. If you are interested in adopting Caroline, please email us at LoneStarDobermanRescue@gmail.com
We are an all-volunteer rescue organization that uses a network of people who love Dobermans to transport dogs, perform home visits, and check references. We are a 100% foster home based rescue and do not have a kennel or facility you can visit. Each of our dogs are in different foster dogs an we schedule meet/greets with approved applicants with dogs of interest who are a potential match for their home.
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