Love to play, hike, or run? Maybe you are looking for a companion to make you feel like you are the most amazing person in his world. Or do you love a goofy personality? Ranger Rover could be the match for you! This loving, 3 year old Doberman Pinscher would love to find a forever person to lean on for eternity. Ranger loves to come up to you and rest his head on your lap and just lean in. When he is not doing the 'dobie lean', he's a high energy, goofy boy who loves to run and play with his toys. His forever home will be filled with laughter as he can be quite the entertainer. He is so quick at picking up on new things like basic commands. He has done well with all of his foster canine friends and just loves all people. He would make a great running partner as soon as he learns to stay on one side. We can guess he grew up with little space and human contact, probably kept in a pen like so many we save, but he sure is loving the new luxury of a foster home full of love. Now he just needs to get to the next step, a forever home. He does well with crate training if another canine is nearby and he has had no potty accidents in the house. Ranger Rover is waiting for you!
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