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My name is Rupert 271888!

Facts about me

Breed
Doberman Pinscher
Color
Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut
Age
Adult
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID
18186779-Marin Humane Society

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered
Small blue checkmark Housetrained

My story

This animal is available at Marin Humane Society

Email: adoptions@marinhumanesociety.org

Please do not contact North Bay

Rupert 271888

 

Breed

 

Doberman Pinscher Cross

 

Sex Male

 

Color Red  

 

Neutered

 

Age 2Yrs 2Mths 2Wks (approx)

 

Please take note of the Animal ID before contacting us

 

Where can you find me?

 

I am at the Hopalong Animal Rescue location.

 

You can contact me by

 

Phone (510) 267-1919

 

A Little Bit About Me

 

Hi! My name is Rupert! I'm a very sweet boy looking for a special forever home! I came to a local shelter as a stray with a dent on my head! I know, right? Well, not sure what really happened to me, but I'm a healthy boy who looks a little different if you look closely.

 

I'm really dog social and love to please. As a stray, I'm used to seeing different people, which means you can introduce me to all your family and friends and I can show off my awesomeness. If they have dogs, I would love to play with them, too. I get very excited when meeting new play pals. I am a little shy with new enclosed spaces, but once you help me learn I'm in a safe space, I feel right at home. I love the warmth of the sun, going on walks, running, playing with other dogs, and playing with toys. I mean LOVE playing with toys! Check out my videos. As you can see, I'm just a happy go lucky guy!

 

My foster dad is showing me that I don't have to worry about finding food anymore, so while he prepares my food, I sit patiently until he say's it's time to eat. In turn, I am trying to show him how to Sit and Stay, but some humans need a little more work. I'm not a big barker, but if I hear strange noises I'll let you know. My foster dad says 'thank you' and then I go back to my business. If you're looking for a dog that is low-key yet energetic, that's me!!!!! Don't forget to ask about me, I'm such a special dude! 

Adoption Center: (415) 506-6225

The Marin Humane Society 
171 Bel Marin Keys Blvd., Novato, California 94949

Email: adoptions@marinhumanesociety.org

July 27, 2022, 2:34 am

This animal is available at Marin Humane Society

Email: adoptions@marinhumanesociety.org

Please do not contact North Bay

Rupert 271888

 

Breed

 

Doberman Pinscher Cross

 

Sex Male

 

Color Red  

 

Neutered

 

Age 2Yrs 2Mths 2Wks (approx)

 

Please take note of the Animal ID before contacting us

 

Where can you find me?

 

I am at the Hopalong Animal Rescue location.

 

You can contact me by

 

Phone (510) 267-1919

 

A Little Bit About Me

 

Hi! My name is Rupert! I'm a very sweet boy looking for a special forever home! I came to a local shelter as a stray with a dent on my head! I know, right? Well, not sure what really happened to me, but I'm a healthy boy who looks a little different if you look closely.

 

I'm really dog social and love to please. As a stray, I'm used to seeing different people, which means you can introduce me to all your family and friends and I can show off my awesomeness. If they have dogs, I would love to play with them, too. I get very excited when meeting new play pals. I am a little shy with new enclosed spaces, but once you help me learn I'm in a safe space, I feel right at home. I love the warmth of the sun, going on walks, running, playing with other dogs, and playing with toys. I mean LOVE playing with toys! Check out my videos. As you can see, I'm just a happy go lucky guy!

 

My foster dad is showing me that I don't have to worry about finding food anymore, so while he prepares my food, I sit patiently until he say's it's time to eat. In turn, I am trying to show him how to Sit and Stay, but some humans need a little more work. I'm not a big barker, but if I hear strange noises I'll let you know. My foster dad says 'thank you' and then I go back to my business. If you're looking for a dog that is low-key yet energetic, that's me!!!!! Don't forget to ask about me, I'm such a special dude! 

Adoption Center: (415) 506-6225

The Marin Humane Society 
171 Bel Marin Keys Blvd., Novato, California 94949

Email: adoptions@marinhumanesociety.org

July 27, 2022, 2:34 am
Rescue

North Bay Canine Rescue & Placement

Contact info
Pet ID
18186779-Marin Humane Society
Contact
Address
Petaluma, CA 94955

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Adoption Application Adoption Fees: $200 Dogs are spayed or neutered,current on all shots, tested negative for heartworm disease, and microchipped.
Adoption Application Adoption Fees: $200 Dogs are spayed or neutered,current on all shots, tested negative for heartworm disease, and microchipped.

More about this rescue

We are a group of people dedicated to rescuing dogs from crisis situations, some of which include euthanasia by animal shelters, neglect and other forms of abuse, or "free to a good home" ads, which result in dogs being bounced from one home to another, or being acquired by animal brokers ("bunchers") and sold to research laboratories where they are used for testing then discarded ("cruelty industries"). NBCR&P works primarily with 5 herding breeds, and herding breed mixes. On occasion, NBCR&P also rescues and places other breeds. We foster our dogs in a home environment, rather than a kennel, if at all possible. We take pride in our promise that at any time and for any reason in the dog's life, if the need arises, he or she has a safe place with us ("return to rescue" policy).
We are a group of people dedicated to rescuing dogs from crisis situations, some of which include euthanasia by animal shelters, neglect and other forms of abuse, or "free to a good home" ads, which result in dogs being bounced from one home to another, or being acquired by animal brokers ("bunchers") and sold to research laboratories where they are used for testing then discarded ("cruelty industries"). NBCR&P works primarily with 5 herding breeds, and herding breed mixes. On occasion, NBCR&P also rescues and places other breeds. We foster our dogs in a home environment, rather than a kennel, if at all possible. We take pride in our promise that at any time and for any reason in the dog's life, if the need arises, he or she has a safe place with us ("return to rescue" policy).