2014!! - Miss Ginger has been adopted!!!
Somebody just got lucky!
Happy, happy retirement Miss Ginger!!
HIP HIP HOOOORAY!!
Hey... Wanna meet my puddy tat???
I think he/she's just tooooo cute!! Haven't seen the plumbing
Sweet Senior Girl Ginger
was picked up as a stray in rural south Georgia and taken to a
shelter that does not do adoptions to the public. Her only hope
to avoid euthanasia was for a rescue to step in. A call went out
asking for a rescue to help. The Doberman Assistance Network heard
the call and started looking for a Doberman Rescue with an opening.
The angels of Southwest Ohio Doberman Rescue stepped up and found
a foster home for her. When she arrived to her rescue foster home
she was taken quickly to a vet where she was diagnosed with Lumbosacral
Spondylosis. She is feeling better after being put on Novox and
will probably get Cortisone soon. They are also looking into massage
and water therapy. She is heartworm positive so she will soon
start treatment. Ginger is a doll of a Doberman who has never
met a stranger, absolutely adores her foster mom and follows her
everywhere. She gets along with both cats and dogs in her foster
home winning over the Queen Dober girl in the household. The only
word that truly describes her winning personality is charisma!
Special Needs If Any: Would
be best in a home without many stairs.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.