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LIAT

LIAT
** Available For Adoption **
Gender: Female
Color: Black w/Rust
Age: 4 yrs.
WT: 68 lbs.
Ears: Natural
Tail: Docked
Altered: Spayed
Micro Chipped: Home Again
House Trained: Yes
Probably would do best in an only dog family.
Not good with cats.
Good with older children.
 
This beautiful Dobergirl's lovely appearance seems to belie her life experience to this point.  We don't know a lot about her past, but this much is clear: her first owner gave her away to someone else. The new owner let her run loose, and she was picked up on a highway and sent to animal control.
 
Given the neglect she has experienced, it's not surprising that she has heart worms. If you're a regular reader of our profiles, you know that while heart worm is treatable and the worms can be completely eliminated, the treatment is both challenging and costly. As we do each time a dog comes in with heart worm, we appeal to our readers for their gracious assistance in meeting this significant additional cost. If you have a heart for this breed and are able to donate, we'd welcome your help in restoring this girl's insides to match her lovely appearance.
 
Despite her past, she's quiet and friendly and loves people. And you can see what a pretty Dober she is.  Our understanding is that her name means “Be Mine,” and judging from her gentle, loving manner, it's clear she longs for a family to be hers and lovingly care for her the rest of her life.

Volunteer comments:
    “Liat is a little ball of fire – in a good way.  She starts out reserved, but once she gets to know you, her entire body wiggles when she sees you.”

    "Liat has no problem coming and staying by my side when I'm out in the exercise field with her.  (Initially, she was more tentative.)”

    “Liat had a rough first couple weeks at DRT but is finally coming out of her shell.  She does seem to like people more than the other dogs, but man is she sweet.  She'll come running up to you and push into your legs and hands while you're trying to pet her.  Once she's through her heart worm treatment she'll be a regular happy velcro Dobie for sure.”

    "She will come to me when called even if she is on the far side of the field."

    "She runs and plays and wants to be petted when close.  She has the Doberman lean down pat."  

    "She's my kind of Dobe."

 
If you think your family may be a match for this dear Dober, make an appointment to meet her once your application is approved, and come spend a little time making of her and getting to know her a bit. Chances are your heart will be infected with something a lot better than heart worm, if you do.


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Liat burying her knuckle bone.

Contact: Carol Fama   P. O. Box 13979   Greensboro, NC 27415-3979
Rescue Areas Covered, but not limited to GA, NC, SC, VA, WV
phone: 336.621.3453   e-mail: FamaDobes@aol.com   fax: 336.621.9206 (no cover sheet required)
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