Riggs here is a 5 1/2 year old Doberman Pinscher. He was found running around a Burger King parking lot, in rough shape. He was missing half an ear, you could see every rib and his hip bones. Even with all the abuse he had seen, Riggs was wagging away and trying to give kisses. He loves people and gets along with other dogs, but will need to be fed separately at first. Riggs does have a history of chasing cats, whether it's for fun or to harm we have no idea. He is an active dog so an active family would be the best match for him. Due to him being an outside dog for so long, he would enjoy a home where he can spend most of his time outside. A fenced yard would be great for him to run free in. Riggs is neutered, has been heartworm tested negative, and is current on all shots, heartworm and flea prevention.
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