Sadly someone didn't appreciate Farley and just dumped him like trash by giving him to a complete stranger 😔. Fortunately that stranger was a rescuer herself and gladly took him from that situation and kept him safe until we could take him in.
Farley is skinny and his fur is not great from poor nutrition 😢. However, he is the sweetest dog you will ever meet and just finds joy in the simplest things 🥰. After the conditions and life he had before, he feels he has hit the jackpot. Little does he know life is about to get better when we find him that perfect forever family.
Farley gets along with other dogs 🐶 and cats 🐱, but has not been kid tested yet. We want him to get settled in and then we'll start looking for that perfect home for this perfect boy.
If you are interested in Farley or one of the many other dogs we have available, please go to www.dudobes.org. If you wish to donate towards his care please do so below or on our website. Thank you.
Kennedy is a 4 year old Doberman that was one of our dogs adopted out at 2 years old at the beginning of the Pandemic. Now with circumstances changing, she had found herself back in rescue 😔.
Kennedy has fantastic obedience, manners and will do better in an adult home. She loves her stuffies 🧸 and will carry them all over the house. Outside she has a high prey drive, so no cats for this girl and a fenced yard might be best when she is on the prowl of keeping those sneaky squirrels 🐿 out of the yard.
If you are looking for that perfect age Doberman with excellent manners, then Kennedy could be your girl. Please go to www.dudobes.org and apply.
Hi, it's Carly! Call me maybe? But not while I'm napping!
I just got back from daycare and kenneling for a couple days and I'm all tuckered out. It took me a couple of days to warm up to the other dogs, but I ended up playing with them just fine. Of course, I let them know I was the boss, but in a nice way. As long as they are okay with that, we get along just fine.
Life on the run was fun, but now that those nasty heartworms are gone, at 7-8 years old I'm ready to settle down. You never know when I might get the urge to explore, so you better a physical fence to make sure I don't stray. I don't mind older kids (13+) but I don't like cats. You'll appreciate my impeccable house manners, and I sure hope you don't need any personal space because my foster mom says I am extra velcro, whatever that means...