Namori is a Japanese name. Na=famous and Mori= Glade or woods. So I guess that makes me Famous Woods! But Namori has a much nicer ring to it. Hi, I’m Namori, and I am looking for a home.
I am about one year old with an estimated birthday of 8/2015, and I am a Doberman mix (I don’t have my papers). I am also a female, and I am a pretty big girl at 65+ pounds. Now before you let the Dobie name scare you, do you know Dobie’s make excellent family dogs? We are gentle, watchful and loving pets. And Dobies are really smart and learn very quickly. I am just a big ‘ole, smart, lap dog.
My foster mom hasn’t seen me around small children or cats yet, and I do chase little dogs. So, unless you are a very strong leader and teach me not to chase them, I probably shouldn’t live with one (sad face). But my foster mom says I am a very sweet girl, and I love all the people I meet—I am very outgoing, and I’m not high energy...more like medium. And boy do I like attention...especially rugs and kisses.
I have been recovering from a car accident, but I am doing great now. So my foster family is working with me on some training—things like sit, down, and walking on my leash without pulling. I’m hoping all my training will make a great family want to adopt me. I still need to finish my physical therapy and be spayed—that will be in January. But in the meantime, I am playing with my foster dog brother (he’s a Lab) and I am dreaming of a new home of my own. And best of all, you can pre-adopt me prior to my being ready to go home with you. Go ahead and fill out an adoption application and come meet me. I promise I will be well behaved.
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