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|Rescue Me ID: 15-03-15-00004Bruce (male)|
Bruce is a very large (26 inches tall), strong, handsome, healthy and energetic 2 year old young man. He is full of life and has an endless amount of love to give to the right person. He has natural ears, a docked tail and NO health issues. Bruce was brought to the Vet Clinic I work at to be euthanized, we were told for biting his previous owner's grandson. After spending some time with him I felt that Bruce was not truly aggressive and for his very young age I felt that Bruce deserved another chance. I made the decision to bring him home and work with him in hopes of finding him a forever home. His previous owner had told me that Bruce had had 3 other homes before he got him. Which averages to one home every 6 months of his life. While working with Bruce I have a theory as to why he has had so many homes. Nobody has ever taken the time to really teach Bruce anything. Bruce missed out on a lot of training. He used to drag you when you tried to walk him and knew none of the basic commands. Bruce now knows how to walk on a loose leash, Sit, Down, we're still working on Stay and Come (he doesn't seem to think I'm serious about it and likes to play games with me), Waiting at the door, Leave it, he has learned to run with the bicycle and loves it. He is very intelligent and has picked up on everything I have tried to teach him very quickly. He needs someone who will continue to work with him and continue his training. He also needs someone who is familiar with Dobes and physically capable of handling a very large and strong dog. He does good with other dogs that do not show aggression towards him. He is missing part of his right ear and was told by the previous owner it happened during a fight with another dog. However I have been working with him so he knows aggression on his part is not an option. He has done very well learning it. He ignores loose dogs on our walks even if they charge us. He is ok with cats but would like to chase them, he has done well about learning to ignore them too. At first we had a little food aggression between Bruce and my small dog (who thinks he is the alpha male). It was short lived once both of them realized it was unacceptable behavior and now are able to happily eat side by side. He has not shown aggression toward any human, adult or child since I have had him. Which has made me come to the conclusion that if he did bite before he was provoked into doing it. I do not recommend him for a home with small children only because he is so energetic he will knock them down. He would love a home with a large fenced yard for him to run in to his heart's content. He would also enjoy another dog to play with that is around his size. He tends to step on smaller animals which isn't fun for them. My large dogs are old and not interested in playing with him no matter how much he pleads with them to play. He enjoys long walks and bike rides, I have not been able to wear him out yet. So he definitely needs someone that is able to give him daily exercise that he requires for his mental health. Bruce enjoys playing with his toys and chewing bones. He does like to 'kill' stuffed toys though. He rides very well in a vehicle also. Bruce is housebroken and crate trained. If I had a larger yard that was fenced and less on my plate to take care of I would love to keep him myself but unfortunately I cannot. I have grown to love Bruce dearly, he is such a wonderful boy who wants nothing more than to please you and run. I know there is someone out there that can give him an even better home then I could. I am asking a Rehoming fee of $100 for reimbursement for his neuter, shots and to weed out people who are not serious. I only included my email in my contact info since I only have a home phone but no long distance, so even if someone interested called and left a message I wouldn't be able to return the call. If you think you are able and would love to give Bruce the loving forever home he deserves I would be more than happy to hear from you. (Less)
Knox County Decker, IN MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 15-01-21-00168Fable (female)|
New Castle/Henry County Animal Shelter
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Henry County New Castle, IN 47362 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-12-02-00073Bambi (female)|
This is Bambi. Bambi is a very special dog. She LOVES to cuddle and be petted. She will come curl up next to you every chance she gets. She loves people. She is afraid of children, so she would be best in a home without young kids (teenagers are fine). She loves to run and play! If you take her outside she is gets so happy about all her smells. Bambi is NOT dog aggressive, but she is a bit of a princess and really likes her own space. Poor Bambi really needs a home, she has been waiting for a home for almost a year. She is a really neat dog, she knows commands like sit, wait, ok, and laydown. She does not jump on people. She has been trained to bike ride with someone. Every day when I get home she is so excited to see me that she dances. Please consider making Bambi part of your family. She is such a good girl, and she really needs a home! (Less)
Dream Paws Rescue
St. Joseph County Mishawaka, IN 46544 MAP IT!
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Doberman Pinscher Dogs can make good pets in Indiana 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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