I wanted to reach out because after a lot of thought and consideration, my spouse and I have decided to rehome our two Dobermans.
It was not an easy decision, but we think that they belong with an owner or owners who can give them the attention they deserve and the space they require. We love them like our kids and we will be as patient as it takes for them to go to the right home.
They are attached to each other like us humans are - and while we are willing to give them a better home, we will not separate them.
Our sweet dogs are:
Dexter, red male Doberman, 80 lbs, 2.5 years, neutered. We raised him from a puppy and he is super sweet, listens and walks very well, and loves people. He is obedient and loves to play (hide and seek, chase, etc.). He is fairly submissive and in a group of dogs, he is almost never the alpha.
Edie, black female Doberman, 70 lbs, 4.5 years, spayed. Our rescue dog. She's confident, defends the house, and is incredibly loyal. She is very friendly and loving to people after the first few minutes. She LOVES to cuddle. She is difficult but not impossible to walk, and would be best with an owner who knows how to handle dogs.
Both dogs are house trained and have no health issues.
Link to see pics: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/7lxpegqom...F-QG7b3ia?dl=0