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How Adopt-a-Pet.com Helps Doberman Puppies Find Loving Homes

By Adopt-a-Pet.com

So, you’re looking for Doberman puppies for sale? Well before you spend all that money, please consider the option to rescue a Doberman puppy. There are thousands of Doberman puppies are in need of a home and are at shelters, and many pet-owners-to-be don’t think about adoption when they’re looking for a Doberman puppy for sale. Often the case is that many people simply are not aware of how many great puppies are available at shelters. They might also have the misconception that Doberman puppies in shelters have something wrong with them. In fact, most Doberman puppies for adoption end up in shelters not because of any problem with behavior, but because the person who bred them couldn’t sell them and just decided to take them to the shelter. It is also possible that an owner died, moved, or simply didn't have the time or money to care for the animal. In some cases animals are lost and never found by their owners. These Doberman puppies are healthy and very eager to please. Rescued Dobermans are wonderful- just ask anyone who has one.

Originally Doberman Pinschers, a popular breed of Dobermans were bred in the late 19th century by a German policeman who wanted a guard dog to accompany him on his nightly rounds. Doberman Pinschers are most often black, red, blue, or fawn. They can grow to be 24-28 inches tall at the shoulder, and weigh up to 90 lbs. Of course, there are thousands of wonderful Doberman mixes available for adoption, and they come in all sorts of beautiful shapes and sizes! Doberman mixes are very noble, loyal and affectionate with the family. Dobermans like to be physically close to the family members so they can watch over them. These are people-oriented dogs, and should not be kept in the backyard alone all day. Although the Dobermans sometimes are known as an aggressive dog, this is actually not the case. In fact, Doberman Pinschers and Doberman mixes can make excellent therapy dogs due to their gentle and sensitive nature. Doberman puppy / dogs mixes have all of the good traits of a purebred Doberman puppies for sale, and often lack the genetic health issues due to inbreeding. Best of all, when you adopt a Doberman Pinscher mix, you adopt a one-of-a-kind companion. Nobody else will have a "Dobernese Mountain Pinscher" or a "Labradobe" quite like yours!

Here are the personality descriptions of three Doberman puppies who were once listed at Adopt-a-Pet.com, and there are so many more like these.

There was Reilly, a 6 month old, red, natural, docked, male Doberman puppy. Reilly is a very sweet, goofy boy. He loves to be loved. Buddy is a little slower to experience things, than his sister Izzy a Doberman puppy too. He also loves other dogs, and people. He is crate-trained and housebroken.

There was Dakota who is a Doberman puppy for sale for a simple adoption fee. Dakota is a six year old, cropped and docked, fawn and rust Doberman. Dakota is very much a gentleman; he is completely house-broken and crate trained and does not get on the furniture or beds. Dakota does well with his foster group and enjoys playing with his sister Doberman puppy. Dakota loves to hang out with his family and enjoys chewing on a pressed rawhide and watching television.

And there was Bruno a Doberman who is around a year and 7 months. He was found roaming the streets of a local town. It is thought that he grew up badly neglected and very confined. His beginnings don't damp his spirit however, and is a peppy Doberman, probably like he was as a Doberman puppy! He is very full of life, adores people especially men, and has a clown in personality.

Doberman Rescues On Adopt-a-Pet.com

  • Southern California Doberman Pinscher Rescue
  • Aztec Doberman Pinscher Club Of San Diego Inc
  • SOS Doberman Rescue Of Colorado
  • Florida Dobermann Pinscher Rescue
  • Ring Doberman Rescue Concern Inc
  • Doberman Rescue League Inc
  • Florida Doberman Rescue Inc
  • Suncoast Doberman Rescue
  • Illinois Doberman Rescue
  • Kentucky Doberman Rescue & Doberman Assistance, Rescue
  • Second Chance Dobes Doberman Rescue
  • Kansas City Doberman Rescue Inc
  • Doberman Rescue Of Metro St. Louis
  • Gulf Coast Doberman Rescue Inc
  • Doberman Pinscher Club Of America Rescue
  • Doberman Rescue Of The Triad
  • Doberman Rescue Of North Carolina Inc
  • Prayers N Paws Doberman Rescue Inc
  • Doberman Rescue Of Nebraska Inc
  • Doberman Rescue Unlimited Inc Special Needs Dobermans
  • Doberman Rescue Of New Mexico Inc
  • Nova Scotia Doberman & Miniature Pinscher Rescue
  • Las Vegas Doberman Pinscher rescue
  • North Coast Doberman Rescue
  • Hand Me Down Dobes Inc Safe Harbor Doberman & Min PinRescue
  • Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue
  • Paws Doberman Rescue Doberman Pinscher Rescue Of PA Inc
  • Delaware Valley Doberman Pinscher Assistance Inc Damon's
  • Den Doberman Rescue of Western PA Doberman Rescue Inc.
  • Caradobe Doberman And Feline Rescue Organization
  • Brazos Valley Doberman Rescue
  • Doberman Rescue Of North Texas Inc
  • Houston Area Doberman Rescue
  • Doberman Education And Rescue (DEAR) Inc
  • San Antonio Doberman Rescue
  • Utah Doberman Rescue Blue Ridge Doberman Rescue
  • Wisconsin Doberman Rescue Inc

 

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