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My name is Timex!
I'm being cared for by
Doberman Rescue of North Texas
Adoption process
1.

Submit Application

2.

Interview

3.

Approve Application

4.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

Facts about me

Breed
Doberman Pinscher
Color
Gray/Blue/Silver/Salt & Pepper
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
(Current) 95 lb
Sex
Male
Pet ID
48761799

My info

Small blue checkmark Purebred
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Timex is a pretty blue boy who came from a local shelter. He is very affectionate and, if allowed, will climb in your lap for pets. He enjoys a good long run in the play yard then just wants to cuddle. Treats are totally his thing! He will sit, shake, and even lay down for treats. He can be viewed on DRNT's TikTok page.
The following notes are from a short term foster: Timex is an almost perfect dog. He loves everyone male or female. Gets along with all dogs big or small. I would not trust him alone with a cat. Will wait his turn for a treat. He is very velcro-he wants to be where ever his human is. He did not want to stay outside without me. He did not try to mark in the house. He is not a barker. Feeding went well. I put him in a spare room-waited 15 minutes-opened door-he walked out and I got the bowl. He will ride for hours in a car.
Timex has been in a second foster for a couple of weeks and done really well. He has learned more house manners but the resident dog took a dislike to him so Timex had to come back to us through no fault of his own. According to his foster, he loves to learn and please and has made great progress. Although he didn't cause conflict, he may be best as an only dog so he won't have to share his people and toys. Timex loves his food bowl and toys, but will exchange his possessions when asked nicely.

Rescue

Doberman Rescue of North Texas

Contact info
Pet ID
48761799
Contact
Willi LaMedica
Address
Grand Prairie, TX 75050

Their adoption process

1.

Submit Application

The application is located on our website Dobermanrescue.org

2.

Interview

We will contact you with any question we may have, We do check the address listed on the application and we do call your vet.

3.

Approve Application

Once approved we call you and finish the application. We then set up an appointment for you to visit the rescue and meet our Dobermans.

4.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

Once you visit and find the Doberman you like, you will adopt him/her and take your new family member home

Additional adoption info

We ask that all prospective adopters send us an adoption application. After we have screened it and approved your application, you will be offered an appointment to visit our facility in Grand Prairie and meet with members of Doberman Rescue of North Texas. .

Go meet their pets

Fill out an application and wait to hear from our screener. Once approved our volunteer will contact you and you will be offered and appointment on Sunday's only. Bring a collar and leash. Bring your drivers license or other identification. Bring a check or cash for your adoption donation. We do not accept Paypal and do not keep cash on hand to make change Know the name of your vet clinic and its telephone number. You will need to put it on the adoption contract.

More about this rescue

Helping Dobermans Find New Homes Since 1994 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.