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CATE

CATE
** Available For Adoption **
Gender: Female
Color: Black w/Rust
Age: 10 years
WT: 76lbs.
Ears: Cropped
Tail: Docked
Altered: Spayed
Micro Chipped: Yes
House Trained: Yes
Good with other dogs after introduction.
No exposure to cats.
Good with older children.

NOTE:  This is an old profile from 2016.  The new, updated profile will appear shortly.

CATE is now part of a bonded pair with HAPPY and they will be placed together as a pair.

 

2016 Profile:

This lovely Dobergirl was separated from her family recently due to an all-too-common human disease called Landlorditis.  You may have heard of it.  It is contracted as a result of exposure to people who know nothing about Dobermans, and it is exacerbated by rumor, innuendo, and insurance policies.  (Before you complain, I'm a landlord and my wife is an insurance agent.)  If contracted, it affects humans and canines alike.  Host symptoms include close-mindedness and arbitrariness.  Victims, both human and canine, can be identified by the huge holes in their hearts as a result of being exposed to the disease.  Thankfully for the canine, it can be treated by generous amounts of love and attention, and finding a new home as soon as possible.  In humans, it usually subsides with time.

As you can see from her pictures, Cate is a handsome, poised, seemingly-serious-minded girl who nevertheless loves to play with humans large and small, as well as other canines.  Her former family included another dog with whom she got along well, although in her energetic and vocal enthusiasm she can initially be intimidating with other dogs until introduced and allowed to socialize a bit.

She's very outgoing, and she totally loves to play fetch, tag, and to go jogging.  Favorite toys include balls and squeaky toys.  While she didn't care for being restrained at the vet's office when getting her shots, she was fine with a bath.  She's trained to an underground fence, pulls a little bit on leash, and of course sits on command.

 

Her former owner comments that “Cate is vibrant and active. A ball or squeaky toy thrown is her hobby. She is tolerant of anything and loves kids. She loves to walk or jog. Her leash manners are so-so the first five minutes, but then she is great."

So make an appointment to meet her if she seems like the one for you, and perhaps you'll be the perfect antidote for Landloritis in this instance.



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May 22nd, 2020

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