Needs a Home
Mary is currently being boarded at the Redland Rescue's group vet's facility because
they are completely full and are out of foster homes. They would love to at least
get her into a loving foster home ASAP. We all know that Dobermans don't kennel well!
Mary, who is named after her primary rescuer, was left tied to a flagpole at a Fire
Station in South Dade County. The fire fighters at the local station #6, fed her for
a few days, hoping the owner would turn up or someone would claim her. She was not in
bad shape, just a little underweight. These firefighters called Redland Rescue and met
Pam of the rescue group at the vets office. Pam said "What can you say to a bunch of
firefighters? No? I don't think so." So with money they had collected to help pay for her
shots and any other medical needs they turned Mary over to Pam at Redland Rescue.
Fortunately, Mary was Heartworm negative and just needed to be vaccinated and dewormed.
She is cropped, docked, and spayed.
Mary is very spirited, loves people and is fine around other animals. She will sit and down.
This dobergal is a sweetheart. She is in great shape with no health problems that we can tell. Mary has that natural wag when she gets excited and gives lots of kisses too! What a nice lady dober she's going to make for a deserving family or that someone that needs a special companion like Mary.
Redland Rescue will place Mary in the State of Florida as long as there is a member nearby to
do an in home visit and follow up.