2016!! - The Duke has been adopted!!!
HAPPY NEW LIFE!! Somebody just got lucky!
Happy, happy retirement Duke!!
HIP HIP HOOOORAY!!
ALL ears!! While you're here you'll see - I DON'T have a
Pilgrim! Right Face, Eyes Right... Front & Center!!
Please take a look at my BFF Miss Abby!!
Handsome 7 year-old Duke
came to rescue with his best friend Abby after his owners lost
their home and business. A relative took them in and although
these two sweet dogs were perfectly house trained, they threw
them outside where they "lived" for 2 years. When their
previous owners found out about their situation they got them
back and brought them to Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue. It is
hard to imagine two sweeter dogs than Abby and Duke. They are
dog, cat, and kid friendly. They know sit, down, and shake and
play nicely with their toys. They even put themselves to bed at
night as their foster mom leaves their kennel doors open for them.
They do not need to be crated but feel safe sleeping in their
crates. They eat nicely in the same room with the other foster
dogs in the home. They may be 7 but you would never know it as
they are young-looking and acting. All these two lovely Seniors
need to be happy is to live inside the home with their family
and get petted, to snuggle, and play with you. This bonded pair
are described by their foster mom as a delight. Unfortunately,
when Duke saw the vet they saw that his heart is enlarged and
he will be seeing a cardiologist to rule out DCM. These two sweethearts
have been together since they were puppies and it has been decided
they will not be separated but will need to go to a home who will
adopt and love them both for the rest of their days! You can visit
BFF Abby here http://www.doberman911.org/seniors/cases/oh_abby.html.
Special Needs If Any: Diagnostics
Geographic areas you adopt
to: Rescue will consider
applications throughout the U.S. and Canada providing a home visit
can be done.
If you are interested in adopting a Senior, please
visit the Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue (SWODR) website at www.swohiodoberescue.org
to submit an application. or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue will consider applications from
throughout the U.S. and Canada, provided we can get a home visit
done. Travel to meet the dog and transportation of the dog to
its new home (ground only) are the responsibility of the adopter.
See our website for further details. An application is required.