My name is Brennan and I am about a year and a half old. I am an all-natural Dobie boy with the full tail that is quite expressive. I was picked up as a stray and my family never came to claim me but I don’t hold grudges, I move on.
I am a very nice boy and I do have some manners. I like other dogs and people. Obedience school would still be a great thing for me because I am young and need to learn many things. School is always a good thing!
I am eager to please and eager to find a forever home and start over. More will be posted about me as the volunteers get to know me better.
Brennan is a boy wanting to please in order to earn your lap for cuddle time. He is a great walker on a leash, he knows sit, lay down, and come. Brennan is crate trained and has nice kennel manners as he doesn't destroy his blankies or toys. Since he is young he has lots of energy, but with a walk a day he has been good in the house mainly wanting to snuggle up and take a nap. Brennan is great with other dogs and has been tested and determined to be cat safe, although he is NOT A FAN OF KIDS.
Brennan is a lover and eager to find his forever home!
Please ask for me at www.doberescue-ne.org
All of our dogs are current with all shots, are on heart worm preventative monthly and are neutered/spayed. All dogs are tail docked. All of the above Dobes are pure breed Dobermans unless otherwise noted.
We hope you can find a place in your heart and your home for one of our rescue Dobes.
In most cases we require a fenced yard.
We do not place our rescue dogs in homes with very young children (under the age of 8 years). We set these limitations, not because of aggression issues with our dogs, but because Dobermans are generally large, active dogs and can easily knock down, run over or easily trip a small child, causing a serious fall. Also, we reserve the right to refuse adoption for any reason.
Our adoption area encompasses Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota.
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