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Doberman Pinscher puppies and dogs in Portland, Oregon

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Jason Sweet as Pie Little Guy

Doberman Pinscher

Male, 1 yr 10 mos
Portland, OR
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
🐾 Meet Jason: The Italian Luxury Car of Dogs! 🐾 Dobie lovers! We have a mid-size version for you! Imagine a sleek Italian sports car—fast, elegant, and a true head-turner. That's Jason for you! He's a stunning Doberman/Pointer mix with a charm that grabs attention wherever he goes. But it's not all about looks; Jason has a playful and goofy side that endears him to everyone he meets. Jason carries a quiet confidence that is truly captivating. He walks beautifully on a leash, exuding calm and control, making every outing pleasurable. Jason is poised, gentle, affectionate, and loves to connect, whether by taking treats softly from your hand or resting his head in your lap. His capacity for deep bonds makes him an excellent pup for someone looking for a devoted companion. He gets along well with other dogs but thrives with people, making him your perfect right-hand man. He is a respectful house guest—no barking, no accidents, just a peaceful presence that's easy to love. Jason isn't just about quiet times; he loves to let loose with runs and playful zooms, showing off his speed that would make any sports car jealous. He's best suited to a home with a fenced yard where he can safely express his joy for life. Continued training and socialization are recommended to help Jason keep up with the world around him. With his love for adventure and fantastic leash manners, he's ready to be your sidekick on hikes, town strolls, and more. If you're looking for a companion that combines the allure of a luxury vehicle with the heart and soul of a faithful friend, Jason is waiting for a lifelong journey with you. Ready to meet this awesome boy and see if you're a match? Jason will enrich your life with love, loyalty, and many happy trials. 🐶❤️ Click on the link below to apply to adopt Jason: https://adopt.animalsfirst.com/animal/62cc8e128b02916730334440/64d3f8c850a95653c20a8072 Questions? Please email: kristin@threelittlepittiesrescue.org Available for adoption in NV, UT, ID, OR, WA and Canada! Brought by USDA licensed semi-truck transport. Pick up day is unforgettable! Our dogs travel in style in our big green truck, equipped with air conditioning for comfort, two drivers, and 3 onboard attendants providing 24 hour care. The adoption fee is $800 and includes all vetting (DAPP with booster, Bordetella, Rabies vaccine, multiple broad spectrum deworming treatments, spay/neuter, flea prevention, 2-6 months of heartworm preventative according to age, a microchip with an instant lifetime registration, a high quality nylon Martingale collar for dogs over 4 months old, a health certificate deeming the pup healthy for travel, cost of transport*, and many priceless years of love and loyal companionship! Three Little Pitties wants to set you and your new pet up for success! In addition to a fully vetted furbaby, you also receive many other additional perks such as a 30 day trial of pet insurance with Trupanion (must register within 24 hours of first vet appt.), a free private online dog training session with GoodPup plus incredibly low pricing for future sessions, 50% off of your first BarkBox order, coupons for a fun visit to Petco, and support through our FB Adopter group where you can connect with thousands of other adopters, 3LP volunteers, fosters and staff. The stray and animal overpopulation in the Greater Houston area is one of the highest in the nation. Statistics show that there are over 1 million homeless animals in this region alone! Three Little Pitties Rescue is a nonprofit dog and cat rescue that partners with the community to make a difference. Our mission is to reduce the homeless pet population through community outreach, free spay and neuter services, and saving all breeds of dogs and cats from the streets or animal shelters that oftentimes have no choice but to euthanize animals for space. We prepare them for adoption by properly vetting and providing individualized care through our incredible behavior program that consists of socialization and leash training for all animals that enter our adoption program prior to matching them with loving families who will treasure them for the rest of their lives. They are rescue dogs and will require continued training efforts once adopted, but will be well on their way to being the best dogs that they can be! Three Little Pitties Rescue will soon be celebrating our 5 year anniversary! Over the course of this time, we have been very fortunate for so much growth, allowing us to further connect with the community and save many lives. Through the combined efforts of all of our hardworking staff and volunteers, we have placed over 10,000 very lucky dogs and cats into amazing homes! By adopting from us, you save TWO lives! The pet you adopt, and you create an opportunity for another animal to be brought into our rescue program. Together, we can be heroes. Follow along on our rescue journeys through the links below! https://www.threelittlepittiesrescue.org/ https://www.facebook.com/threelittlepittiesrescue https://www.instagram.com/threelittlepittiesrescue *Due to the rising cost of fuel and transportation expenses, there will be an additional $74 surcharge.
We'll also keep you updated on Rooster in TEXAS's adoption status with email updates.
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Rooster in TEXAS

Doberman Pinscher Labrador Retriever

Male, Young
Portland, OR
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Rooster is located in TEXAS. There are not enough homes for all the unwanted dogs down there, so he is willing to relocate for a good, loving, forever home. This handsome boy was found as a stray running out in the country. He is approximately 7 months old and weighs 45 pounds. He will probably weigh in the 60-pound range when fully grown. We are not sure of his breed mixture but think he may have some lab and Doberman in him. Rooster has a great personality and disposition. He loves all of the other rescue dogs, big and small. He loves people and will lie at your feet whenever he can. He loves water and the garden fountain is his favorite spot to hang out and keep cool. Rooster is a very sweet and goofy puppy. He is pretty much house-trained and runs to go outside with his buddies. He will need some leash training and would probably do better with a harness. We have no idea of how he is with cats. Rooster loves to run and play with his dog friends and toys. He may not be suitable for a home with small children because he may knock them over when running and playing. Rooster needs a fully fenced-in and secure yard. He will be a great dog for hiking or going to the dog park. He is an active boy and will run around the yard with a toy in his mouth playing tag with his buddies. He likes to be the leader and have everyone chase him. Rooster would do well either as an only dog or with other dogs. Rooster is a healthy and happy boy. He is neutered, fully vaccinated, (DAPP, Bordatella, rabies, canine influenza), and microchipped. He is receiving monthly heartworm and flea/tick preventatives. Roosters' adoption fee includes the cost of ground transport to Vancouver WA. Rooster is fostered by our friends at Shaggy Dog Rescue and cannot be transported until after he is adopted. Please send an email to 2manydogstx@gmail.com if you are interested in adopting this good puppy. If you are on Facebook, PLEASE visit and LIKE our page: www.facebook.com/2ManyDogsRescue
We'll also keep you updated on PAX's adoption status with email updates.
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PAX

Doberman Pinscher

Male, 1 yr 6 mos
PORTLAND, OR
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Not good with kids, Good with dogs, Not good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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Meet PAX PAX is a GREAT dog! He is so much fun and is learning so quickly! He would do well in a dog/breed savvy home. The application can be found at: https://www.startrescue.org/adopt Contact is: colleen@startrescue.org Easy - •Crate trained - clean, quiet, and LOVES his crate at bedtime or for car rides •Kennel Run Trained - clean, quiet, non destructive. He loves to hang out and bask in the sun on his elevated dog bed and watch the world go by. •Doing very well with leash training at this point •Solid recalls •medium/high food drive •sweet and affectionate especially when he gets to know you. Loves to “lean” on his people. •athletic - would make a wonderful running, hiking, biking partner. • loves to NAP as athletic as he is he also settles in the house well and loves a movie night and a cozy dog bed. •no accidents in the house at all Medium: •Can be vocal in a new area but settles quickly •can be around farm animals and cats WITH SUPERVISION. With the right handler he won’t bother them. However with his prey drive and how he locks on to them with his eyes. I wouldn’t leave him alone with a cat to find out. •So far has been okay with dog savvy kids - again he does stare a little too intently for my liking so he’s not a dog I’d leave around young kids. •Can Coexist around other dogs well when supervised. Hard: •Needs a Doberman or working breed savvy owner. Although he’s not a hard dog for a Doberman he’s more than the average home can handle. •must have FIRM boundaries or he will walk all over someone. • no little kids •no small dogs - he gets prey locked on them too much for my liking. •no cats or prey animals in the home The application can be found at: https://www.startrescue.org/adopt Contact is: colleen@startrescue.org

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These Doberman Pinschers are available for adoption close to Portland, Oregon.
We'll also keep you updated on PHOENIX's adoption status with email updates.
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PHOENIX

Doberman Pinscher Rottweiler

Male, 8 yrs 5 mos
Portland, OR
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
MEET PHOENIX! This handsome 8-year-old Dobie-Rottie mix needs a home! He was rescued from a shelter where he was a shelter favorite, and is currently in the Los Angeles area.. He weighs approx. 80 lbs. Phoenix is still an active and loving guy and will do best with an active person or people who can get him plenty of exercise. He has many positive traits - he is affectionate (he loves to give hugs once he knows you!), he walks well on a leash, and he is a very loyal and sweet dog. He will be your best friend for life . Phoenix prefers to have his person or people around, and will howl just a little if he is lonely. But he is not a barker unless its warranted. He can be a bit protective of his people and his property, and as such, he is dog-reactive on a leash. Phoenix would thrive as an only dog, or at least as an only male dog. He would be a great companion for the right person who has experience with strong breeds and who understands the mindset and loyalty of a dog like Phoenix. Please email for an application.
We'll also keep you updated on CESAR's adoption status with email updates.
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CESAR

Doberman Pinscher

Male, 6 yrs 1 mo
Portland, OR
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
HI - I'M CESAR! I'm a red-and-rust 6-year-old male Doberman Pinscher, in need of a foster or forever home! I was rescued from a crowded California shelter, where I was quite underweight, at 71 lbs. But I'm slowly but surely gaining weight now, and will likely be 82 to 85 lbs. when I am back to normal! Cesar, per his name , is quite magnificent in appearance. He is also gentle and affectionate. Dobermans are often called "Velcro dogs" because they stick to their owners so closely and Cesar illustrates this idea. He wants to be around people and will be truly devoted when he has people to call his own. He is friendly with people and great with other dogs. Given his temperament, he would thrive in a home where his people work from home, or are retired and can spend a lot of quality time with him - because that's what he deserves. He would also benefit from a fenced yard or a person who is active. He still loves to run, and will make a wonderful hiking or jogging companion. Please email for an application.
We'll also keep you updated on Ava's adoption status with email updates.
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Ava

Doberman Pinscher Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Female, Adult
Battle Ground, WA
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Ava is a five year old Dobie/Pitt mix( that’s our bestguess!) Ava is a sweet girl whose parents moved on from her and the dog sitter ended up with her. It’s not working out, according to the preexisting Pomeranian in the household. They’re looking to rehome her to the nicest possible forever place. Ava loves to dress up in clothes and also her dog-booties! She’s always been spoiled. She’s spayed and up to date on all vaccines. Her adoption application is $150.If you’re interested in Ava go to sccpets.com and fill out an adoption application (at no cost or obligation to you).June 17, 2024, 12:56 am
We'll also keep you updated on Fury JuM aka Rocky's adoption status with email updates.
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Fury JuM aka Rocky

Doberman Pinscher Labrador Retriever

Male, 4 yrs 7 mos
Salem, OR
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hi, my name is Fury! But I'm more like a happy, gentle breeze that wants to have fun! You might recognize my name from the famous character Director Nick Fury of the Marvel movies, I'm kinda like him: I love being the center of attention and don't like it when people take my stuff! I am a big dog! With my mixed Doberman Pinscher/Black Labrador genes I am a whopping 52#/lbs and have a ton of energy and muscle that needs to be worked! Because of this it would be best if I was paired with an active family who knows how to keep a dog mentally stimulated and respects my boundaries well. No apartment living for me please! No cats or small children either! My caretakers have learned some important things about me: I am a chow-hound and will try to eat anything I can get my hands on! So please leave food out of reach from me or I'll swoop it all up. Secondly, I would prefer if people didn't grab things that I have in my mouth, it's mine not yours hehe! Overall, I am a big-hearted dog who wants to go play, be adventurous, have fun with other people and dogs! I am however not such a big fan of car rides, they make my tummy feel sick eww! I love all people and dogs, am a healthy, happy boy and just want to find my home. Let's work together and find it!! Local adoption fee is $200 (in TX) Out of state adoption fee is $400 (includes transport to your area - $50 Temporary Fuel Charge will be added)

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Jack

Miniature Pinscher

Male, 8 yrs 11 mos
Portland, OR
Size
(when grown) Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Details
Not good with kids, Needs special attention, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Hi there! Im the sweet, smart, and sometimes sassy Jack! I am waiting to find a patient, loving family to call my very own. Phew! Ive been waiting for my chance at adoption since the beginning of 2021, when Animal Aid first brought me into their foster program from Multnomah County Animal Services. Shortly after I was brought into foster care, I started displaying some interesting behavioral challenges. We soon discovered that I had low-grade mast cell cancer. Once we had some growths removed and began treating my other symptoms, I started to become a much happier pup! With the help of my very kind and patient fosters, I have been able to learn so much to set me up for success in a furever home. While I can have some challenging moments, I am a very smart pup that will do just about anything for a yummy treat. I am hoping to find a family that is just as patient with me as my fosters have been, so that I can continue growing my trust in humans and live a comfortable, confident, and happy life! Due to my occasional behavioral challenges, I am not the best fit for a lot of younger children; however, I have learned to adore snuggling up with my fosters young niece who is very sweet, a great listener, and especially respectful to me. Likes: I absolutely love treats! Even if I get in one of my grumpy moods, I am pretty easy to win over with a yummy snack. I am an incredibly food-motivated pup, which helps tremendously when it comes to learning new tricks or behaviors. I could learn just about anything! I also love to play fetch and tug with my favorite toys, cuddling up with my favorite people, and running around with doggy friends. I really love to be warm: Since its started to get cold, my favorite thing is sleeping in front of a radiant heat lamp. I love it so much my fosters sometimes have trouble keeping me away from the cozy heat. I cant wait until its summertime again so I can enjoy some more sunbathing. I also LOVE the beach! I discovered sand just this year, and I can run very fast on it! I prefer calmer dogs that are respectful of my space and dont steal my favorite toys. Dislikes: I have handling sensitivities! I can get pretty spicy if I am being touched in certain areas of my body, but it can also really just depend on the day or situation. I am not a fan of being left alone and would prefer to be with you at all times. I really dont like being cold or wet. Id rather not go out in the rain. Although my fosters have introduced me to coats, I dont seem to enjoy them. I also have gotten into some feisty situations getting tangled in a few harnesses, so my fosters have done a great job working with me on a harness that requires minimal handling. Its possible this coat and harness sensitivity may be a result of some discomfort they bring because of my medical condition, which you can read more about below. My least favorite thing in the whole world is being touched or bothered when I am curled up under the covers! Its best to call me to come out of my cozy blanket burrow, rather than attempt pulling me out yourself. Medical: I have a history of mast cell cancer growths, which can reoccur. According to our vets, there is a low risk of these growths complicating my quality of life, as they can be removed if they come back. The growths can cause me to be quite itchy at times, so I take some medicine to help with that (the itchies might also be why I dont like harnesses or coats very much). We were told that there is a low risk of these growths spreading to my liver or spleen. I am currently taking a few different medications to help manage my behavioral and medical needs and I am pretty good at taking my pills, especially if accompanied with a delicious treat!Helping Hands Grants: Due to Jacks medical and behavioral needs, Animal Aid is offering a $500 annual grant to assist in the costs of his ongoing medical care. Additionally, we are offering a one-time $500 grant to work with the Certified Veterinary Behaviorist and Certified Trainers at Synergy Behavior Solutions to set him and his furever family up for lasting success. Approx. Date of Birth: 7/1/2015 Weight: 18 lbs
We'll also keep you updated on Dory's adoption status with email updates.
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Dory

Miniature Pinscher Jack Russell Terrier

Female, Adult
Portland, OR
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
If interested in adopting kindly fill out the application found here www.ozzieandfriendsrescue.org/adoptionsJune 12, 2024, 9:16 pm

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Three Little Pitties Rescue - Portland OR transport

Portland, OR 97201

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2 Many Dogs Rescue Portland OR Transport

Portland, OR 97217

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START Rescue PNW

1203 SE MILLER ST, PORTLAND, OR 97202

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Freedom Ride Rescue Inc. - Portland

Portland, OR 97124

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Freedom Ride Rescue Inc. - Portland

Portland, OR 97124

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Second Chance Companions

Po Box 2343, Battle Ground, WA 98604

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God's Dogs Rescue of TX in OR Transport Stop

Salem, OR 97306

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