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My name is Poseidon!
I'm being cared for by
Bluegrass Doberman Rescue

Facts about me

Doberman Pinscher
7 years 6 months old, Senior
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small red x Not good with cats
Small blue checkmark Purebred
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

Are you looking for a sweet doberman to add to your family? Well you are in luck, Poseidon is waiting for you!
Poseidon is 7 years old and was used as a breeding dog most of his life. When he was of no use to the breeder he was tossed aside because they thought he wasn't good looking enough for anyone to want him. Who on earth could think this boy isn't handsome???
Poseidon is great with female dogs and horses, but not kitties or male dogs. He does a happy dance when it's time to eat. When asleep he will sometimes growl in his sleep. Wonder what he could be dreaming of?
Poseidon is crate trained, has a good recall and leash manners.
Loves all the people he meets and would love to sit with you all day getting head scratches.
As with all albino dobermans, he doesn't do well out in the sunshine. He will need to wear doggles and sunscreen.


Bluegrass Doberman Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
Louisville, KY 40206

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

An application is required with references. Once references checked, home visit set up and completed. If the board approves the application and home visit, the applicant can meet appropriate dog(s) in the foster home of that dog.

More about this rescue

Bluegrass Doberman Rescue was formed to provide a needed service to the Doberman rescue community based in the state of Kentucky. Although the rescue itself was just formed in 2017, the volunteers behind it have over 10 years of experience in rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming Dobermans. We are committed to helping purebred Dobermans find their forever homes as well as educating the public about this often misunderstood breed. We understand that not everyone can own a Doberman but we are also here to provide support to those who do. We believe this rescue should be a cooperative effort between all volunteers and a collaborative effort between rescues to help this wonderful breed of dogs we all love.