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******* is house trained and wants to be indoors with her family but the husband says absolutely no way. I spoke with the wife and she has to give up ******* ASAP. She said I could come get her today if I traded her a 40 lb bag of Pedigree dog food(i just got home from surgery and am living at my parents house with a full army of dogs already..cant do it). She doesn't want to take her to the shelter. They have had her for 5 days and got her from a man off of CL who wanted to keep her indoors but HIS wife says no way so they passed her along. The woman told me that she plays great with their boxer and is friendly with their pug but plays too rough so they crate her in the garage most of the time. I asked about her health and she said ******* gets along great and has energy like a puppy, very playful.

If anyone can temp foster her for our doberman rescue(ADAPT) please get in touch. I cannot personally transport at the moment but im sure it can be arranged. I begged the woman to not let her go to just anyone, time is of the essence. She said her husband is impatient and fed up.

 

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She was with her previous owner for 8 years. New owner told me that she called the guy to see if he wanted her back and he said just take her to a shelter, she doesn't want to.
 

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Poor girl. How your could have a dog, especially a Doberman, for 8 years and then just give her up and say "just send her to a shelter". What is wrong with the human race? Hoping a praying she finds a loving, forever home soon.
 

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I would love to foster her, but I've got my 5 month old pup who may drive the poor thing crazy depending on how much energy she's got left. I'd need another crate also, I've only got the one. Let me know!
 

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Poor girl. How your could have a dog, especially a Doberman, for 8 years and then just give her up and say "just send her to a shelter". What is wrong with the human race? Hoping a praying she finds a loving, forever home soon.
I don't get it either. I would never get into a relationship with someone who wasn't a dog lover.
 

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Kircus,

You ole softie you. Thank God for softies. I bet this girl will end up being your best bud and I bet she will like the puppy. He will keep her young.

You will be rewarded many times over for your good heart.

KCF/Linda
 

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Well! We made it home and did the introduction. I'm a little worried that Huxley is too much for the ol'e broad, but we're going to see how it works out! Huxley is trying desperately to play and the foster growls her away. Huxley's since kept her distance, and they are having a staring contest across the room from each other as I type this! I'm going to keep a very close watch on the both of them and make sure they're never alone together. They are both attention fiends and the foster gets jealous! It's just the first night though, so I'm not too anxious yet.

As far as her condition when I got her, she seems okay. A little slow to get around and dirty, but nothing that seems detrimental. Her eyes seem a little swollen which we'll see about, but she got a much needed bath and is going to the vet soon, so I'll update after her exam. Here are a couple pics:









Enjoying her new cushion!
 
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