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DOOLEY

DOOLEY
NOT Available For Adoption
Gender: Male
Color: Black w/Rust
Age: 8 months
WT: 70 lbs
Ears: Natural
Tail: Docked
Altered: Neutered
Micro Chipped: Yes
House Trained: Yes
Great with other dogs.
Good with cats.  Wants to play bow and bark to play.
Good with older children.
This terrific young Doberboy came to us from a young girl and her mother who apparently decided they couldn’t provide the amount of attention and training required by an energetic puppy so they decided to surrender him.

Being a pup, he’s really grown in the weeks since he came to Elijah’s House. He’s completely house-trained now, and he’s a young Casenova, flirting and playing endlessly with the Dobergals currently in residence, irrespective of size or age. And they all seem to enjoy his attention. 

Being a puppy, he is not-surprisingly high energy still. All the same, while he was a jumping jack when he arrived, already he has settled down to a satisfactory level and even walks nicely on a leash, which is saying a lot for one so young and previously untrained. It goes to the fact that these kids are very bright, and they love to be given a task and to please their humans.

Our volunteers have lots to say about him. Here is a sampling:

    “Dooley has really come out of his shell since he first arrived at DRT. He was really shy when I first met him, and I couldn't get him to come to me very easily, either to put his leash for going out or to bring him back in. He warmed up very fast though, and now he will love all over you and you would never know he used to be so shy! He let me love on him and give him some kisses when I put him back in yesterday. He's very cute and sweet, and was having a ball being out with Ivanka and Holiday!”

    “Since arriving, he's come out of his shell as a quiet/shy boy. He's all puppy now and a big one at that!

    “I’ve only handled him once so far, but he was playful, energetic, and curious. Being a puppy still and needing more training, he tends to jump up, but that will come along with age, time, and gentle guidance.”

    “Dooley is an adorable young boy. He is always so happy to see everyone. He’s a typical Doberman pup - good natured, fun loving, and full of energy! He loves to play with the other dogs!”

    “Dooley is a bunch of puppy energy. He's still a little awkward and inquisitive, but he has lots of love to give. While he still needs more training and experience on a leash, he did well running and walking. He is more than able to keep up and doesn't pull you off your feet. Once he gets the puppy awkwardness out and he’s in a home, I'm sure he'll mature into a well-finished adult.”

    “Dooley is a strikingly handsome youngster with beautiful markings. He’s energetic, loveable, and very playful. He is growing so rapidly that he almost looks like a different boy from one week to the next, and he’s going to be the envy of the neighborhood when he is fully grown.”


    I think you get the picture. If your heart responds to this young, energetic, curious, eager-to-please, happy-go-lucky boy, make an appointment to meet him once your application is approved, and come see for yourself if he’s the right one for your home. I see many years of happy, loving companionship for the family fortunate enough to make him part of their life


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Contact: Carol Fama   P. O. Box 13979   Greensboro, NC 27415-3979
Rescue Areas Covered, but not limited to GA, NC, SC, VA, WV
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