Scout is a super friendly, 6-7 month old doberman mix. If you are looking for a loving, sweet natured boy that just wants to sit by his humans then you are in luck. Scout is your boy! He is house training and crates well. He has free range of his foster house at night and is very well behaved. He's great with kids, dogs and cats, too!
Scout is happy spending his free time playing with his foster fur-brothers and sister. He likes to play with all toys but his favorite toy at the moment seems to be a toilet paper roll! He says his foster mom is no fun because she likes to keep his favorite toy closed up in the bathroom for only the humans in the family to play with.
Scouts foster mom never needs to look far for him. He is always loyally by her side, waiting patiently to be there for her if she ever needs a head to pet! He's is very calm and gentle for a pup his age and he's so proud of his maturity. His foster mom knows he is meant for someone super special because that's what he is. If you're looking for a pup to fill your heart with love and joy, then Scout is the perfect boy for you. He's up to date with shots, neutered, and ready to go!
Apply online today!
Submit your application today at http://www.dobermanunderground.org
Please no phone calls prior to filling out the application on our website. You may email us at dobermanunderground @gmail.com if you have any questions.
Doberman Underground is a Volunteer based rescue. We do not have a facility, our dogs are fostered in loving homes in Ohio and surrounding states. Fostering allows us to better know the dog and match them to the perfect family.
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