2014!! - Miss Ruthie has been adopted!!!
Somebody just got lucky!
Happy, happy retirement Miss Ruthie!!
HIP HIP HOOOORAY!!
Beautiful Miss Ruthie!!
She Says: "Knock, Knock... Who's HERE??
Na Na Na Na Na Na... BATGIRL!!
Meet sweet 9 year-old Ruthie.
Some heartless person dumped her off at the intersection of two
lonely country roads on a cold February day. A kind soul found
her and took her to the shelter with the hope that the owner would
show up looking for her. When the shelter workers saw Ruthie they
knew on one was ever coming. She has been bred so many times she
has huge mammary cysts, one of which had ripped open from the
pressure of it's size, and was draining. Southwest Ohio Doberman
Rescue decided they weren't going to let this Senior treasure
go without a fight. She will be scheduled for surgery to have
the cysts removed and a complete dental. Years of trying to chew
her way out of a crate has destroyed her teeth. Given all Ruthie
has been through it is clear she holds no grudges. She loves life
and everyone in it. She plays hard with the other dobes she is
fostered with and has the funniest habit of sneezing from excitement
the entire time she's playing. Her cutest habit is holding her
natural ears up very high which makes her look a bit like a bat.
Ruthie is a fearless, sweet, loyal, and loving Doberman who gets
along well with dogs and cats. Miss Ruthie's Foster Mom
was so taken by her that she wrote a wonderful biography of this
beautiful DobeLady she is presently caring for during her rehabilitation!!
THANK YOU Kelly! Click Ruthie's bio to read her story now - it will make you happy to know
there are such RescueAngels in the world!
Special Needs If Any:
Geographic areas you adopt
will consider applications throughout the U.S. and Canada providing
a home visit can be done.
Contact Information: 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.