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Rottweiler puppies and dogs in Edmonton, Alberta

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Astrid

Boxer American Staffordshire Terrier

Female, Young
Edmonton, AB
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Astrid is friendly boxer mix who's ready to wiggle her way into your heart and home! Astrid has a slight underbite, giving her a permanently adorable pout. This girl has a charming personality and can befriend anyone, whether they are a person or a dog. She is always up for an adventure, whether it's playtime in the backyard or a hike in the great outdoors. When it comes to other dogs, she has a typical "boxing" playstyle and loves to chase and be chased, too. This clever girl already knows how to sit like a pro! She's also food motivated, so she's sure to excel in learning even more tricks with a little patience and positive reinforcement.If you're looking for a playful companion who will join you on outdoor adventures by day and be an excellent cuddle buddy by night, Astrid is the one for you. Click "Adopt Me" to come meet her!https://youtu.be/w4e05U3lcRQhttps://youtu.be/LuIe1BeoVH0https://youtu.be/Rk_l36vNPEghttps://youtu.be/BgZwGnukQko Primary Color: Black Brown Secondary Color: White Weight: 32.2 Age: 1yrs 7mths 0wks
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Buddy (ABBOTSFORD, BC)

Doberman Pinscher

Male, 1 yr 1 mo
Edmonton, AB
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Buddy is the sweetest boy. He’s had a rough start, and was rescued from the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver, after he was found, abandoned, with another dog (she was rescued too!). He came in skinny and without many house manners, never having been around children or in an orderly home with rules.  All he was waiting for was someone to give him a chance. This is one special boy! He knows sit, stay, wait, leave it, look, and lay down. He’s learning to walk like a gentleman with a Halti but still needs some work with it. He’s so affectionate and loves to snuggle, as long as he’s had some exercise and mental stimulation. He stands still to have a bath, his ears cleaned and his nails dremmelled. And he’s crate trained! He’d be great in a house with older kiddos. He’s big and strong and just needs room to bounce which can sometimes knock little ones over.  Buddy doesn’t have a mean bone in his body. He is not food aggressive in the least. He is obsessed with water though, and will need to have it monitored or he drinks to excess and will throw up (most likely a result of his previous life). He’s also got a lot of energy and will need daily exercise, as all young Dobies do.  Oh and did I mention he has the gentlest mouth I’ve ever seen in a big dog? I trust anyone to give him a treat! Buddy should NOT be in a house with cats, as he has a high prey drive. He loves other dogs and just wants to bounce and play when he meets them. He can be a bit exhuberant and persistent though, so an energetic and playful female dog (with a lot of patience) would be his perfect match. With a continuation of basic training, Buddy will grow into an exceptional dog, one of those “once in a lifetime” pups. He deserves to be someone’s baby, and get all the love and treats and snuggles forever! Buddy has been neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated. His adoption fee is $500. All adopters must agree not to use any punitive training methods including, but not limited to, leash corrections; pinning; alpha rolls; and prong, pinch, choke, shock, or e-collars. Apply to adopt Buddy by submitting our adoption application at https://adoptadobe.com/adoption-application/. All adoptions require a home visit prior to finalization. Donate to Buddy's care by visiting adoptadobe.com/donate/. ##1971676##
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Tiberius (EDMONTON, AB)

Doberman Pinscher

Male, 6 yrs
Edmonton, AB
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hi! My name is Tiberius!  I am a five year old black/tan Doberman and I am a big boy! You'll notice that I’m a little skinny - that’s because I have a big appetite and an athlete's drive, so I burn through calories like no one's business. It's a work in progress. I LOVE to run and play! I will need a minimum of an hour of good exercise where i can run and sniff each day.  I am a VERY sweet boy who needs to be with his people. I will be your shadow and follow you around everywhere. I prefer to be touching you at all times. I do have a bit of separation anxiety which sometimes translates into urine marking when left alone (I was previously kept as an “outside” dog). I don’t pee on anything when you are home though, so don’t worry. I am an escape artist and can escape from plastic and wire crates, as well as exercise pens, so if you want to crate me, it needs to be heavy duty. Lol. My foster has worked on my crate training and I happily sleep in it during the day when you are home. I also go into my crate on command when told to "go to bed.” Sometimes I will cry and bark loudly when you first leave the house, so apartment living is not suitable for me.  I know my name and will come when called if I am not too distracted - city life is overstimulating for me and so I am still getting used to all the different noises/smells. Because of this, my recall is not reliable and I should not be let off leash until my family is absolutely certain that I will come back 100% of the time. I am getting better with this though! I am still getting used to walking on a leash and will pull very hard. My foster has found that a front lead harness or a head halter is best for preventing this. Because of my size and strength, it is important that my new owners be strong enough to handle me.  I also know basic obedience and will sit, wait, down and shake if you ask me to! I am very eager to please, I just need a dog-savvy owner to help me adjust to my new life. I should attend a minimum of basic obedience with a professional, rewards-based trainer, but I would prefer a family that would take my training beyond basic obedience. I do have a tendency to resource guard toys and my favorite person from other dogs, but this is easily managed by an experienced owner who can read my body language and provide consistent routines and structure in the home. I have lived a very hard life so far - I am covered in scars, both of my ears have old punctures or splits, and I suffered a broken rib that was never treated. I can be hand shy and am very sensitive to punishment and yelling. I have had at least four homes in my short life and would really like to find a permanent home that will commit to me for the rest of my life.  Because of my energy level and size, I am also prone to accidental injury. It is STRONGLY recommended that my new family get pet insurance to help mitigate inevitable treatments that I will need.  I am good with other dogs (including most males!), though I am very active and will play rough with other dogs, jumping and pestering them to play - so I am not a good match for seniors who want to snooze all day! I am actually a good candidate for fenced-in dog parks, which can't be said for a lot of Dobes! I am good with kids! My foster has a five year old child that I enjoy being around, but this is the only child I have been assessed with and my foster household is a relaxed and quiet environment - my five year old "foster brother" respects my space and does not bother me! Because of my size, energy, and anxiety, i would not be comfortable in a household with a lot of loud, young children running around me or trying to rough-house with me.  I have not been assessed around cats but I like to chase small animals. An experienced family with a calm cat could likely help me learn to be kitty-friendly!  I like people when introduced to them calmly inside the home and I like most people I see in public. However, I am still a doberman! I will bark loudly when I see strangers near my home and I will not allow a stranger to enter the yard or home if you do not welcome them.  I am an extremely sweet, loving guy. Despite my flaws, everyone I meet falls in love with me! I hope i can find a home to finally settle down and decompress. With some time in a stable environment, I would likely become a super chill guy! Tiberius has been neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated. His adoption fee is $500. All adopters must agree not to use any punitive training methods including, but not limited to, leash corrections; pinning; alpha rolls; and prong, pinch, choke, shock, or e-collars. Apply to adopt Tiberius by submitting our adoption application at https://adoptadobe.com/adoption-application/. All adoptions require a home visit prior to finalization. Donate to Tiberius’s care by visiting adoptadobe.com/donate/. ##1871519##

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