already neutered, housetrained, purebred, and up to date with shots.
I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, and up to date with shots.
Bailey is a beautiful boy, about 3 yr old, crate trained, knows sit, down, shake; and he's learning stay, wait and settle. He loves to play outdoors but settles nicely indoors. He is good with med-large female dogs. He is a happy, silly boy. He likes toys and loves to ride in the car. Bailey is attending a manners class with his foster family & will be available after 11/25, but he is accepting applications now. If you can want to adopt Bailey, contact 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.
We run entirely on donations. If you can't adopt a dog at this time, why not consider making a financial contribution to provide the food and veterinary care of the dogs we rescue? It allows us to save more dogs. Using Paypal.com, send to firstname.lastname@example.org
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You can donate by visiting our website at lonestardobermans.org
Our Adoption Process...
Our adoption fee help us cover spaying/neutering, vaccinations, and appropriate veterinary care. We require signing of an adoption contract, return of the dog to us if you should decide to give it up, a veterinary reference check, and a home visit. Please fill out an application at http://www.lonestardobermans.org
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