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September, 2015 - Rest In Peace dear Miss Diamond!
are so very loved, forever!!
a chew... Huh?? Did somebody say Walk??
Ready in Passionate Purple!!
Diamond came to rescue
several years ago and now at the age of 10 has developed
some vision issues and won’t go more than 10 feet
from the house most of the time. She has had several melanomas
removed and she has been a part of several studies on albino
Dobermans at MSU. She will be participating in another one
this year. She is a great girl but not available for adoption.
She’s a dainty lady and hates getting dirty sometimes
refusing to leave the house for an entire day if it’s
raining or snowing. She will not tolerate the other Dobermans
roughing her up and she tells them when they can and cannot
play in HER living room. She is the Queen of the rescue
- the Queen of Diamonds!!
Special Needs if any:
The special needs of any albino Doberman.
Geographic areas: Not available
Contact: Sarah Runyan
Sponsor A Senior program helps Seniors by raising funds
for their rescue programs. This helps offset some of the
additional costs that come with caring for a senior (diet,
medications, supplements, etc.). Please read more about
this program on the Sponsor
A Senior page.
Diamond is looking
for a sponsor! The cost to sponsor a Senior Dobe is $40
per month or $480 per year. You can sponsor a Senior for
one month, one year, or somewhere in between. To sponsor
Miss Diamond, use the PayPal
button below or visit the Sponsor
A Senior page for instructions on sending a check.
Thank you for any help you can give, it is MUCH appreciated!
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