Zayda’s foster family is trying to get her in the Christmas spirit, but all she really wants is a family to call her own ❤️
This pretty, one year old Doberman Mix found herself in rescue as a result of a divorce. Before coming to rescue she was leashed for potty breaks. At her foster home, she quickly discovered how fun it is to run free and play in the fenced yard! Zayda is housebroken and knows commands like come, sit, down off and shake!
Kids love Zayda (we recommend ages 5 and older) and Zayda actively seeks out their attention. She is good with comparably sized dogs when introduced slowly so she can be confident. She seems to like small dogs, too, but they would need to be able to handle play with a larger dog. Like most of us, Zayda does not like to clean and dislikes the big, bad vacuum cleaner.
Zayda is currently receiving a monthly injection of Adequan, and we will know soon if she needs to continue this medication. While Zayda is sweet and loving, she does exhibit some resource guarding. When given high value items, like food and toys, she will need to be watched closely or separated if possible.
Miss Zayda has been well cared for and definitely loved. She is ready to find her forever home. Is it yours? Apply today! www.DUdobes.org
Argos James is looking for a new home. This gorgeous, well bred boy is more than just a pretty face. True to his Doberman breed, Argos loves to please and therefore needs a job. He would be fabulous at obedience, as well as agility or rally. He has had some conformation classes, so he knows and understands how to work. He does not need a strong hand...he simply needs food and positive motivation and he will give you everything you want.
We anticipate a significant amount of interest in this picture-perfect, 1 year old boy. Based on what we know about Argos, we have several non-negotiable requirements for potential adopters that will not be deviated from. PLEASE READ THEM CAREFULLY. We will not consider adopters that don't meet all of our requirements, no matter how experienced a Doberman owner you are. We cannot put Argos at risk of failure in a new home.
Argos needs to be an only dog. He can get along with other dogs for just so long, but we can't guarantee he is completely dog safe. He had an incident with another female, and therefore we will not place him in a home with another dog. He will absolutely not be placed with children. He is a particularly large boy, but he is a typical Doberman youngster - active and boisterous. Therefore, he needs a home with adults only.
It has been said that Argos killed a cat, so to prevent any further possible mishaps we will keep Argos' prey drive to himself. This includes large farm animals also.
Argos is a wonderful boy from some excellent blood lines. He needs to find his perfect home and we at Doberman Underground are committed to finding that for him. If you meet all of his requirements, please apply today at DUdobes.org and we will process your application expediently. Thank you!
Aspen was found wandering the streets of West Virginia in pretty rough shape. Aspen’s foster mom tells us she is as sweet as can be. She is eating like crazy and gaining the weight she desperately needs.
Although her overall health is improving, it is still not safe to operate to remove the mass and spay her. The good news is the mass came back benign 🙏🏼 Between surgery, biopsies, medications and other vet work, we estimate the cost at $2,000. Please consider donating at http://dudobes.org/donations/donations/