I'm being cared for by: Doberman Rescue of North Texas
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Data AKA 'Hans'
Breed: Doberman Pinscher Mix
Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
already neutered, housetrained, and not good with cats.
Data AKA 'Hans''s Info...
I am already neutered, housetrained, and not good with cats.
Data AKA 'Hans''s Story...
Data AKA 'Hans''s Story...
Data was adopted but came back to us because his owner lived in a condo and couldn't provide the exercise he needs. Data doesn't do well with other males, so going to a busy dog park for exercise wasn't an option. But, he loves all humans!!! His owner was heartbroken because he is an amazing dog, but wanted him to be in a loving home with a big yard. He is a sweet well behaved calm black male with natural ears. He loves toys and marrow bones. He slept on a dog bed but was allowed on the couch. He is housebroken & crate trained. We believe a home with adults and kids but no dogs would be best for Data. Come meet this special boy!!
Our application can be found on our website, www.dobermanrescue.org. PLEASE ALLOW UP TO A WEEK FOR APPLICATION PROCESSING because we are a nonprofit charitable organization run entirely by volunteers.
Our growing network of volunteers and supporters has allowed us to expand our adoption area! We now adopt to all of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and large parts of New Mexico and Louisiana. If you live in one of these states, we invite you to apply. We also adopt to people who have previously successfully adopted from Doberman Rescue of North Texas but have moved away from our primary adoption area.
For 20+ years, Doberman Rescue of North Texas has been placing purebred unwanted or abandoned Doberman Pinschers in loving homes. Most of the Dobermans we rescue come from shelters in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Each dog is checked by a vet, given all shots, tested for heartworms, spayed or neutered, treated for any illnesses or medical problems that are found, and micro-chipped. Without exception, all dogs are spayed or neutered. The dogs come to live at Doberhof, our Doberman-only private shelter in Grand Prairie. Doberhof accommodates up to 22 dogs in 11 air-conditioned and heated runs with comfortable beds and classical music. We have outdoor play yards where they exercise, sunbathe, chase squirrels and rabbits, and do other important doggy activities. We have limited additional capacity for dogs in sick bay and foster homes. When a suitable adopter makes the right choice, each dog is adopted to what we hope is a forever home. Puppies thru mature are normally available.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Open House Checklist
Fill out an application and wait to hear from our screener.
Come to Doberman Rescue on Sunday, between 10:00 am and 2:00 pm.
Bring a collar and leash.
Bring your drivers license or other identification.
Bring a check or cash for your adoption donation.
Know the name of your vet clinic and its telephone number. You will need to put it on the adoption contract.
Our Adoption Process...
We ask that all prospective adopters send us an adoption application. After we have screened it and approved your application, come to visit the rescue dogs at our rescue facility in Grand Prairie and meet with members of Doberman Rescue of North Texas. If, for whatever reason, you have not already completed an application when you get here, we will ask you to fill one in so we can do our homework.
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