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24-05-1416 Buck

Doberman Pinscher

Male
Dallas, GA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
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Primary Color: Red Brown Secondary Color: Tan Weight: 63
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Riley

Doberman Pinscher

Female, 10 yrs
Douglasville, GA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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Adoption fee: $250 Physical appearance: Riley is an 8-year-old, black and tan female Doberman with natural ears and a docked tail.  She's average size for a female weighing 65lbs. Personality: Riley is a sweetheart with a smile that melts even the coldest hearts.  She is goofy, playful, and loving. Riley had an injury to one of her back legs when she was younger, and it never healed correctly so she does walk a little funny, but it doesn't really slow her down.  She can be a little defensive over being touched around the area, so no homes with small kids will be considered. She has also become possessive over toys with her foster siblings, so a home where she can be the only dog is best.  She doesn't bother eith cats much so long as they don't want to cuddle with her.  Riley just needs a calm, cuddly home as an only pet with no kids. Snuggling is her favorite and she will come up and put her chin on your leg to get petted. This usually leads to her climbing into your lap, but sometimes she gets stuck because of her rear leg and needs help. She will stay in your lap and change position several times until she wants to get down. Why she’s in rescue: Riley was dumped in the shelter when her former owner lost his job and had to move in with a family member.  The family remember refused to have her in the home and made him get rid of her. Manners and training: Riley is well behaved, potty trained, and crate trained.  She knows how to sit and lay down but laying down does take some effort because of her leg. While she's not destructive, she is a barker, so no apartments.  She's alert and will make sure you know everything and anything that is going on outside. Vetting: All our dogs are brought up to date on rabies, Bordetella, and combo, negative for intestinal parasites and heartworms, neutered and microchipped before adoption. Riley's leg does not require any medication or future vet care, but it is recommended you give her Dasuquin to help with her bones.  This can be purchased at just about any pet store. ##1560165##
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Kali

Doberman Pinscher

Female, 8 yrs
Douglasville, GA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs special attention, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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Adoption fee: $300 Physical appearance: Kali is a 6-year-old, black and tan, female Doberman with natural ears and a docked tail. She is a big girl at 90 pounds. Kali was born with one eye that is smaller than the other, a condition called uveitis that has caused blindness in that eye, and she will require daily eye medication to keep her comfortable. Personality, Manners, and Training: Kali was previously adopted from GDR but was returned due to changing family circumstances. This girl is an A-class snuggler and LOVES her people. She is a wonderful family dog who does great with kids. Kali has energy and will run and play as much as you let her so she needs a real outlet for her energy. She loves playing with tennis balls and other toys. Sometimes she will bark and whine to protest not getting her way, so she won't be good for an apartment, townhome, or condo. She needs someone who won't give into her every protest or just let her do whatever she wants. She knows how to sit and wait patiently for her dinner until you tell her to eat, and she is crate trained, but she will try to convince you that she isn't. Her leash training could use some work. She gets along with other dogs, but needs a slow and careful introduction. She also gets along with cats and even rabbits.  Vetting: All our dogs are brought up to date on Rabies, Bordetella, and combo, negative for intestinal parasites and heartworms, spayed, and microchipped before adoption. ##127561##
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Sam

Doberman Pinscher

Male, 5 yrs
Douglasville, GA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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Adoption fee: $300 DISCLSIMER: Sam is a true working Doberman. He has natural protection instincts that the average family cannot handle. He will only be adopted to a home that intends to seriously train and work him, and will absolutely not be homed with any children under the age of 15. Physical appearance: Sam is an all-natural, black and tan, male Doberman that is about 4 years old. He is average size for a male Doberman with a weight of 71lbs. Personality: Sam is a wonderful dog with a sweet and playful personality with his family.  He is BFFs with his foster sister and they hang out together and play all the time. While his natural ears and tail make him absolutely adorable looking, he is also an intense watch dog and protector. He is very protective of his foster mom which has led to an incident where he nipped a guest.  He is not a dog you can expect to be social. if you have people in and out of your house all the time, he is not the dog for you. He is a true Doberman and is not what you commonly find in a rescue dog.  He is fearless, intense, and alert but he is not aggressive.  He needs an experienced owner that knows how to train and lead him and will not leave him to his own devices. He does well with both men and women once he gets to know them, but initially is extra wary of men. he needs a proper introduction and for his owner to show him that they are okay. He will not be adopted to a home with any male dogs, but females are fine. He will also not be adopted to a home with small children. We will require all kids to be over 15 years old. Why he’s in rescue: Sam has an unusual rescue story. A friend of the rescue was working in Qatar where Dobermans are illegal.  Despite them being illegal, many of the wealthier residents import them anyways. They usually import them from Serbia and get them based on the idea of a Doberman, leaving them as decorations or using them as guard dogs as opposed to pets.  Sam's owner no longer wanted him and he was abandoned at a kennel. Our friend contacted us asking if we would take him if she brought him back with her. If we didn't, he'd likely be euthanized or abandoned in the desert unfortunately common for unwanted dogs). We couldn't say no. Manners and training: Sam is crate trained, potty trained, and does pretty well on a leash.  He is a fast learner and would excel at any sort of training or sport you wanted to do with him, especially obedience or schutzhund/bite work.  If you've wanted a dog you can do sports with, this is the dog for you. He is not suitable as a couch potato, and we will require his adopter to be registered for training classes before he can be adopted. He is currently working with a trainer in Lawrenceville that specializes in working dogs and absolutely adores him. We have had an evaluation done by her that we are happy to share with prospective adopters. if possible, we would love to see him continue his training with her.  Vetting: All our dogs are brought up to date on rabies, Bordetella, and combo, negative for intestinal parasites and heartworms, neutered and microchipped before adoption.   ##1810600##
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Nina

Doberman Pinscher

Female, 6 yrs 7 mos
Douglasville, GA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Adoption fee: $300 Physical appearance:  Nina is a 6-year-old female Doberman with floppy cropped ears and a docked tail.  She is a long, tall girl - and weighs around 80 pounds.  Due to her surgeries, she had dropped weight to 67 - but is well on her way to gaining that muscle and healthy weight back! Personality:  Nina is a loving, curious, goofy doberman.  She has shown some tendencies to get really clingy and "velcro" to one member of her foster family, but is incredibly sweet to all. She has also shown some rather timid behavior, and does take a minute to warm up to anyone who is not "her person".  Her energetic and playful side make the entire family laugh.  Her energy level is rather moderate for a doberman.  Nina has done exceptionally well with her foster families children (8) and (6) - but as with all dogs - supervision is absolutely needed to protect both. Due to her tendency to love to steal and chew on socks - her future family will need to keep a VERY close eye on her for that and we would advise against smaller children for this reason and any older kids who cannot pick up after themselves.  She does well in her crate - and has done great in a dog pen/crate attachment during the day to keep her out of trouble while foster dad is working. Nina has shown to be friendly to other dogs - her timid nature will necessitate a careful eye to make sure she isn't bullied.  Nina has also done well around her foster families cats - she mostly ignores them but will run away when they hiss.   Why she's in rescue:  Nina was an owner surrender due to extensive medical bills from ingesting clothing. This was the second time she had needed an obstruction surgery and her family could not afford it.  As a last-ditch effort, the vet contacted us and asked if we could help. Manners and Training: Nina is crate trained, potty trained and overall has great manners.  She is very food driven so training should come pretty easily with time and effort.  She does great in a car and will curl up and go to sleep.  Her leash training is ok - she does pull quite a bit, and will "buck up" and try to slip a collar if she doesn't want to go a certain direction.  Due to this - her fosters have worked primarily with a harness for her - which she has taken to quite well.   She knows some basic commands like "sit". Vetting: All our dogs are brought up to date on rabies, Bordetella, and combo, negative for intestinal parasites and heartworms, spayed and microchipped before adoption.   ##1850530##
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Jolene

Doberman Pinscher

Female, 1 yr 10 mos
Douglasville, GA
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Adoption fee: $400 Physical appearance: Jolene is a 16 month old red and rust female Doberman with natural ears and a docked tail. She is average size for a Doberman, weighing in at  60lbs. Personality: Jolene is a sweet but intense Doberman.  When she looks at you, she looks straight into your soul. She’s a smart girl and a fast learner but we've seen some challenging behavioral quirks that require a very specific and experienced hime. She has displayed resource guarding tendencies with food, toys, and sometimes the space around her. Some of this way be nerves of being in a new place, but it's still behavior that potential adopters need to be aware of. She is also very vocal and will growl even in play. Because of the resource guarding, she would do best as an only dog so she doesn't feel like she's competing for anything and absolutely no children of any age. Cats are fine though as she ignores the ones in her foster home. Why she’s in rescue: Jolene was surrendered to animal control by her family after nipping a small child in the home. She was alone with the child and no one saw what happened, but because of this we will not home Jolene to a home with children of any age. Manners and training: Jolene has no manners and needs a lot of work. She will jump up and drag you around on a leash. She does seem to know how to sit, but thats the extent of her training. On the bright side, she is a fast learner and has great focus. So long as you can get past her stubborn streak, she should be a breeze to train. Vetting: All our dogs are brought up to date on rabies, Bordetella, and combo, negative for intestinal parasites and heartworms, spayed and microchipped before adoption.  ##1946312##

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