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FALCON

FALCON
** Available For Adoption **
Gender: Female
Color: Fawn w/Rust
Age: 4 years 10 months
WT: 52 lbs. (thin)
Ears: Natural
Tail: Docked
Altered: Spayed
Micro Chipped: Yes
House Trained: Yes
Good with most dogs.
Not good with cats.
Good with older children.

These two lovely Doberkids came to us a few years back after their humans divorced and neither could afford to keep them. After a brief time with us they went to a new home, where they’ve been until now.

We get the sense from communicating with their owner, that there wasn't enough time available for spending with the dogs. It sounds as though the male in particular had become bored and was needing more attention. He had started to fuss when his owner was leaving each morning, and he was trying to leave the yard and was barking when left alone. In his attempts to show his worth, he was becoming more assertive, sort of like “Notice me - see what a good dog I am - see how active I am - please don’t leave me home so much!”  Now they have come back to us for placement in a new home where the humans have the freedom of schedule to be around more often.

(To be certain; there’s no negative behavior such as some dogs exhibit - no destructive behavior or anything - just a couple of dogs who are begging for more time with their humans.  It would probably be a good thing for them to go to a family that has someone at home much of the time or that can take them in the vehicle some, rather than a family where the dogs are left home alone all day every day.)

If you know Dobers at all, you know their desire to be with their humans is especially strong. My current boy absolutely loves to be with me every second. When I’m home and able to sit with him, he’s snuggled up against (or on) me every moment. If I have to work at my desk, he’s on his dog bed nearest me. At night, he’s curled up on his bed at the foot of my bed. If I’m working in the yard, he’s out exploring or lying on the lawn but constantly keeping an eye on me. If I’m going in the vehicle, he’s most eager to go too, alternately prancing around the room and sitting and looking me in the face and lifting a paw to show what a good dog he is. And on the rare occasion he must be left home alone, he’s absolutely overjoyed when we return, welcoming us as though we’d been gone for days.

These two are as sweet as can be, with Falcon wanting to snuggle in and be close and Houston being jealous and wanting to wiggle in, too.

Being brother and sister, these two are very strongly bonded with each other, as well. We've had a good many pairs that have come to us over the years, but these two are perhaps more attached to one another than any we've seen. While they're both happy-go-lucky, well-adjusted, and engaged and engaging Dobers, they are totally bonded to one another to the point that they will cry pitifully if separated. It’s a joy to see their devotion to one another, and obviously they'll be placed again as a pair.

For his part, Houston likes to sleep in bed with his humans (if allowed), loves to cuddle, and loves all toys that squeak and make noise. Falcon is also very loving and gives little kisses.

Both were good with the grandchildren in their former home, and they also know to sit, get down, out, stay, and come on command.

Volunteer comments:
          "These two sweet Dobers are just as cute as they are sweet! Although small in size, they have big personalities! They crave human attention and affection, enjoy human interaction, and quickly warm up to you.”

          “I haven't met Houston yet, but Falcon sure is a dainty little darling and seems sweet and sociable.”


I think you can see what a lovely pair of Dobers this is despite having lost their home yet again. If you think your home may be a permanent match for this devoted, brother/sister pair, make an appointment to meet them once your application is approved, and come see for yourself what a great team they are.



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Apr 26th

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