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Rescue Me ID: 16-12-03-00428Travis (male)

Doberman Pinscher    Age: Young Adult

Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Travis is GORGEOUS! He was rescued in his last day from the shelter and would love nothing more than a family to call his own. He is a happy, easy going with excellent manners. He loves to play and and kniws basic commands. He walks well on leash, too. Call 480 947 9636 to meet Travis

     Animal Location:

Scottsdale Pet Hotel
2700 N Scottsdale Rd
Maricopa County Tempe, AZ 85281 MAP IT!

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480 947 9636

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Rescue Me ID: 16-11-20-00239Dolly (female)

Doberman Pinscher    Age: Young Adult

Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Dolly is a beautiful, elegant girl who would love nothing more than a family to call her own. She is Jen of the sweetest girls you will ever meet and loves to lean her whole body into you for loving. She is house trained bad walks like a dream on leash. She loves to play with tennis balls and has a happy, easy going personality Call 480 947 9636 to meet Dolly

     Animal Location:

Scottsdale Pet Hotel
2700 N Scottsdale Rd
Maricopa County Tempe, AZ 85281 MAP IT!

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480 947 9636

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Animal ID: ShelbyShelby - Only $55!!! (male)

Doberman Pinscher Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Not Good w/ Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    This sweetheart was saved off the euthanasia list at one of the shelters. He was an owner surrender (due to owner travel) along with his best buddy Mustang (purebred German Shepherd). They've spent their lives together and are bonded, so it would be great if they could go to the same home. It is not required though. While in their foster home, they have gained more independence, but remain bonded. If split up, Shelby would probably be ok as an only dog, but would do best with another dog in his forever home. He is the dominate one of the two. Shelby is so sweet and gentle. He is a total love bug! He would be content spending most of the ... (Read More)day laying at your feet and soaking up all of the love, petting, and scratches you have to offer. He also loves to play ball. He will bring the ball back to you and allow you to remove it from his mouth, but when he's tiring, he'll drop it near you. When he's done, he'll carry the ball with him in his mouth and go lay down. Shelby is overweight and doesn't currently have the stamina for long walks. He would be best in a home that will walk him twice a day for 30 minutes to help him lose weight, then to maintain a healthy weight. A game or two of fetch with the ball each day would also be fun and beneficial for him. Here is a short video of him since we have rescued him: https://www.facebook.com/100010396650763/videos/335343776822175/ Shelby knows basic commands such as 'sit,' 'stay,' 'no,' etc and is crate trained as well as potty trained. He's only been in his foster home for a short time, so we are working on other commands, including doggie dog training. At the time of adoption, you will receive a full list of commands he knows and those that he is working on. PLEASE NOTE: All of the pets at Safe Haven receive basic training when they come here. All adopters will be given a list of words that your new pet knows at the time of adoption. What each pet learns depends on how much time I have had to work with them, & if that pet has any additional issues that need to be focused on first. The pets here are always improving. Age/Birthday: Previous owner stated he is 4 yrs old. Weight at last Vet visit: 76lbs, Shelby was overweight when coming to his foster home. He's a medium sized dog and needs to continue losing weight. Cats: Previous owner stated he was friendly with cats; however, he was tested with an indoor cat while fostered and did not do well. He had a hard stare on the cat and would not look away despite numerous attempts to distract him. When the cat moved, Shelby lunged towards the cat. Shelby cannot go to a home with cats. He sees them as prey. Small Dogs: Previous owner stated Shelby is good with dogs. He has not been exposed to little dogs in his foster home. Large Dogs: Along with Mustang, Shelby is being fostered in a home with 2 large female dogs. One energetic and one more mellow natured. Shelby enjoys the company of both dogs, but doesn't engage in much play with them. When he does, he doesn't seem to have a preference as to which one he plays with. Kids: Previous owner stated he is good with children. Shelby has had limited exposure to children while in his foster home. He has met my 2 year old nephew and did well with him and didn't react when my nephew petted him. Shelby also sits at the front door and watches children go by in the morning and afternoon as there is a school at the end of the street. He doesn't react to them walking by or when they are loud and jumping around. Men: Shelby is friendly with men. Women: Shelby is friendly with women. Strangers: Shelby has met several strangers while on walks around the neighborhood and has been friendly to everyone he has met. Food: I feed all the dogs on a rotational diet. Which means they get a different brand of high quality food each month. I do this because I do not think that one brand can provide all the nutrients that they need. Just like one food can't provide us with all that we need...plus, who wants to eat the same thing every day? All dogs are fed breakfast (7 am) and dinner (5 pm), and are trained to eat out of their own bowl. Shelby was overweight when he came to his foster home and still needs to lose weight. I am currently feeding him a bit less to help him lose weight at a steady pace, but he would benefit from a lower calorie diet, one meant for weight loss. He is not food aggressive with people or other dogs and eats very slow. He occasionally walks away from his bowl of food and comes back a few minutes later to finish. He does not attempt to eat food from the other dog's bowls. He is also gentle when taking treats from your hand. Crate Trained: Shelby is crate trained. He will go in his crate when I point inside and say 'inside.' He occasionally has selective listening. On these occasions, I put a leash on him and walk him towards the crate. He immediately goes inside before I even have a chance to say, 'inside.' Shelby has never had an accident in his crat (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $55 Animal Location:

Safe Haven Animal Rescue of AZ
Maricopa County Litchfield Park, AZ 85340 MAP IT!

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Rescue Me ID: 16-09-06-00274teddi (female)

Doberman Pinscher    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Not Good w/ Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    teddi is a 7 yr old female. she was service trained. great tempermant good with kids & adults.

     Animal Location:

Maricopa County scottsdale, AZ 85255 MAP IT!

Contact:
james mcmahon 480 307 6790

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Rescue Me ID: 16-06-24-00020Debo (male)

Doberman Pinscher Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Not Good w/ Other Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Somewhat Dominant 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Debo is a big sweet boy. Unfortunetly he does not get along withAny other dogs. He must be the only dog in the home. Debo was not socialized & he gets nervous around hectic situations. He needs to go to a loving forever home with someone that is experienced with his breed & is familiar in handeling nervous dogs to build that trust & love which as we know will equal loyalty. Debo is an amazing boy he is very smart & eager to please. He will be 4yrs old in September. He needs that special home that will take time & patience with him. He loves to go on walks & he will follow you all over the house to make sure you are okay. Debo loves to shake ... (Read More)hands & hold hands. We all love him dearly but he keeps fighting our other dogs & we have tried everything. Breaks my heart to have to rehome him. Serious inquiries please. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $180.00 Animal Location:

Maricopa County Peoria, AZ 85345 MAP IT!

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Charity Loera 4805220668

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Doberman Pinscher in Arizona
    Doberman Pinscher Dogs can make good pets in Arizona if they match your IifestyIe. The Doberman Pinscher is a powerful guard dog. Dobermans are protective, but are not vicious dogs; their reputation for aggression is undeserved. Doberman Pinschers that are properly trained and socialized are very gentle family companions.

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    Doberman Pinschers were first bred by a German tax collector named Louis Doberman. Dobermans cannot work in areas where it gets very cold in the winter.

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Maricopa County - Phoenix, Arizona 85019
Van Aken Pet Hospital 602-278-6632

Maricopa County - Phoenix 85022
North Phoenix Spay and Neuter Clinic 602-787-4240

Maricopa County - Phoenix, AZ 85024
PAWS 602-795-7297

Maricopa County - Phoenix, Arizona 85029
Spay / Neuter Clinic 602-863-0116

Maricopa County - West Phoenix 85033
Cat Nip & Tuck Clinic 623-846-3979

Maricopa County - Phoenix 85034
Maddie's Fund Spay/Neuter Project 602-265-7729

Maricopa County - Phoenix 85041
Spay and Neuter Assistance Program 602-942-7283

Maricopa County - Phoenix, AZ 85046
HALO Animal Rescue 602-971-9222

Maricopa County - Phoenix, AZ 85067
Animal Defense League of Arizona 602-265-7729

Maricopa County - Mesa, AZ 85208
Spay / Neuter Clinic 480-633-1734

Pima County - Tucson, AZ 85208
Animal Crusaders of Arizona, Inc. 520-798-6451

Maricopa County - Scottsdale, AZ 85252
Kitty Love 602-481-6920

Maricopa County - Scottsdale, Arizona 85252
Cat Nip & Tuck 480-949-7729

Maricopa County - Scottsdale 85257
Aloha Animal Hospital 480-949-8362

Maricopa County - Scottsdale, AZ 85257
Aztec Animal Hospital 480-945-8671

Maricopa County - Tempe, Arizona 85281
Spay Neuter Clinic 480-829-1002

Yuma County - Wellton, Arizona 85356
East County Animal Guardian Angels, Inc. 928-785-3242

Graham County - Graham 85552
Spay/Neuter Hotline of Arizona 928-428-6558

Santa Cruz County - Nogales, Arizona 85621
Humane Society of Santa Cruz County 520-287-5654

Pima County - Tucson, AZ 85705
Animal Birth Control of Tucson 520-624-5005

Pima County - Tucson, Arizona 85716
Good Samaritan Program 520-325-1055

Pima County - Tucson 85716
Good Samaritan Program 520-325-0311

Pima County - Tucson, Arizona 85716
Humane Society of Southern Arizona 520-321-3704

Pima County - Tucson, AZ 85716
Crafty Cats 520-321-3704

Pima County - Tucson, Arizona 85745
Grant Road Small Animal Hospital 502-623-3830

Coconino County - Flagstaff 86003
Planned Pethood 928-526-3415

Yavapai County - Flagstaff, Arizona 86004
Plateauland Mobile Vet Clinic 928-226-9312

Mohave County - Lake Havasu City, Arizona 86404
Western Arizona Humane Society 928-855-5083

Maricopa County - Phoenix 85009
Maricopa County Animal Control 602-506-3471

Maricopa County - Phoenix 85009
Maricopa Animal Care & Control 602-506-7387

Coconino County - Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Coconino County Animal Management 928-226-2717

Yavapai County - Yavapai 86323
Spay/Neuter Hotline of Yavapai County 928-778-2924

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