Having a case of the Monday blues 😔? Well we have a cure for that with a wonderful update we received on our gorgeous blue boy, Scooby-Blue 💙, now simply known as Blue:
"Blue is doing extremely well with us. He is an awesome dog and we love him. He and Holly are bonded. His weight was 68 lbs when we picked him up with a typical blue coat that was sparse. He now weighs 104 lbs and his coat looks great! We have trained him and Holly with electronic collars and they have done well. They now run every morning on our 10 acres loose and together. They chase balls ⚽️, Frisbees🥏, and chipmunks 🐿.
As a long time owner of Dobermans, I think this young dog was perfect for us.
He is happy & healthy. He is also very smart.
In one of the pictures of them you will notice there is no grass in their yard. They play so hard - we'll be seeding that yard this fall 🤣🤣".
Mondays aren't so bad with updates like these! We think their smiles say it all, and also want to thank his family for giving this special boy the home and love he deserves!
You've heard of Christmas in July but have you heard of White Out August...probably not because we just made that up to have a special day for our Albino Dobermans.
Representing this new holiday is our foster girl Dolly who is absolutely stunning and a very sweet girl but this puppymill dog has a lot of growing to do in her confidence with this new world. Dolly is afraid of everything new...the TV, cars outside, having a leash on and men she is cautious of. But everyday brings growth and Dolly is gaining confidence and using that Doberman brain to have her obedience and structure kick in so she learns to trust.
Now we told you about our Albino so tells us about yours and how great owning an Albino Doberman is.
Saturday's are the best Dog Days of Summer, don't you agree?
Our foster girl, Carly, is enjoying her Saturday with her foster family laying in the Sun, snoozing in her dog bed and she loves her evening walks checking out the neighborhood and strutting her stuff.
Show us how your dogs are enjoying the Dog Days of Summer.