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My name is Dashielle!

Doberman Pinscher/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Sidney, Nebraska - Dashielle
Photo 1 - Doberman Pinscher/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Sidney, Nebraska - Dashielle
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Photo 3 - Doberman Pinscher/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Sidney, Nebraska - Dashielle
Photo 4 - Doberman Pinscher/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Sidney, Nebraska - Dashielle
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High Plains P.A.W. - NE Chapter

Facts about Dashielle

  • Breed: Doberman Pinscher/Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Unknown
  • Size: Unknown
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: ps_37168395

Dashielle was surrendered with multiple other lab mixes from the same household. Dashielle is a 1-3 year old Doberman and Lab mix. He's incredibly handsome and beyond sweet. However he and his sister Delphine were 2 that apparently no one else saw worth saving. We saved them both. Dashielle felt a responsibility for his sister that was what kept them apart from the others. Once rescued it became apparent that the responsibility he felt for his sister was keeping him from being a happy and well adjusted dog. So Dashielle went to training while his sister Delphine moved on up to us. He is dog friendly now that he no longer feels the intense responsibility for his sister. He has learned how to properly communicate with other dogs and read other dogs. He is looking for a home and family to love and call his own, could that be you?

 


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About High Plains P.A.W. - NE Chapter

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We require an adoption fee which ranges based on age of the dog or cat. We also require a completed (and obviously accepted) adoption application, and home and reference checks. We don't do this to be nosey, but because when we bring an animal into our program we make a promise to that animal that they will go to the best home for them. We are more concerned with the quality of our adoptions than the quality