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CAMELIA

CAMELIA
NOT Available For Adoption
Gender: Female
Color: Fawn w/Rust
Age: 11 months
WT: 66 lbs.
Ears: Natural
Tail: Docked
Altered: Spayed
Micro Chipped: Home Again
House Trained: Yes
Good with other dogs.

 

This remarkable, bonded pair of Dobers came to us from a home where there were other, smaller rescue dogs and, being the overgrown pups that they are, they were just too rambunctious for the little ones. Being as well-matched as they are, they had a tendency to gang up on the small dogs and make sport of them. That, of course, couldn’t last, so their owner has sent them along to DRT where we’ll find a proper home for them. Maturity and training will make all the difference with these two, who play very rough with each other, as well! Just lots of good-natured roughhousing, with the fawn one being the more hard-charging of the two as they play together.


All that having been said, they’re a strikingly beautiful pair, and the person willing to spend a little time bonding with them and teaching them proper manners will be rewarded with a lifetime of joy and companionship with these two.

Their former mom says “Kylie is a sweet and loving girl. She loves to cuddle and give kisses. She loves to run play with her adopted Dober sister, Camelia. They love to play tug of war and ‘Look what I have and come chase me for it.’  They are silly Doberdorks and they make us laugh constantly. Surrendering them is so heartbreaking to us, even though we know it will be for the best. These girls are a bonded pair and must be kept together.”

Upon arrival, Camelia seemed to be the more uncertain and reserved one, but she's turned out to be the stronger-willed of the two. She's ten pounds lighter than Kylie and tackles her like a linebacker! That having been said, they play together perfectly. A stable home, some loving and consistent guidance, and these two are going to be remarkable together.

Volunteer comments:
    “This is a great bonded pair. Both are beautiful dogs, and you can tell how much they care about each other. They love to play and entertain each other, but they still want to be loved by people. Kylie is a bit more social as Camelia lets her test the waters with new people first. Both are going to be very sweet and loving with their new owners, and I'm guessing they will find creative ways to vie for their human’s attention! Sometimes bonded pairs stick around longer at DRT because people don't want to take on the responsibility of two new dogs at the same time. I have a feeling this won't be the case with these two. When you come out to see them, I know they will put a smile on your face.”

    “Kylie was a little reserved at first. After a couple of minutes she was following me around. When I stopped, she gave a couple of kisses and backed up to me so that I could pet her.”

    “Camelia is very lovable. She climbed up into my lap the first time I met her and gave kisses. She’s very affectionate.”

Everything you ever wanted in a Dober is available, times two, with this bonded pair of Dobergirls, so make an appointment to meet them once your application is approved, and bring the SUV when you come for a visit; you’re going to need the space on the way home!

KYLIE & CAMELIA ARE A BONDED PAIR AND WILL NOT BE SEPARATED.



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Contact: Carol Fama   P. O. Box 13979   Greensboro, NC 27415-3979
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