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ENDEAVOR

ENDEAVOR
** Available For Adoption **
Gender: Female
Color: Black w/rust
Age: 5 1/2
WT: 65 lbs.
Ears: Natural
Tail: Docked
Altered: Spayed
Micro Chipped: Home Again
House Trained: Yes
Not good with cats.  Will stare and then bark at cat.

This pretty Dobergirl has done a lot of mothering. Having been used as a puppy factory for years, she was discarded by her former owner – dropped at a kill shelter when she was no longer of value to her avaricious owner. (Did I say that out loud?)

As you look at her face, you see a lovely dog who believes there may still be more to life but isn't quite sure but is willing to find out. She's spent her life waiting for joy and wanting to be appreciated as more than an object, and I can't help but think she's going to be a loving, loyal, grateful companion.

A view of her in profile tells the rest of the story. Matronly might be the appropriate word – not so much overweight as over-bred and over-nursed. Clearly she was a prettier one when she was young and still had her figure.

But that having been said, the marks she bears in her body are “scars of honor” so to speak – visible proof that she was a mother to many. And her calm, quiet demeanor speaks of a dedication to the work with which she was tasked during those years. She can hold her head up, knowing she did the best she could. And she now can move forward and enjoy some of the living she had previously known only in her most-cherished doggie dreams.

Oh, I forgot to mention that in addition to being dumped at the shelter, she has heart worm (another indicator of the lack of caring from her former keepers).  If you're a regular reader of our profiles, you know the treatment required for removal of the heart worms is very costly and risky.  Whenever we have a dog with heart worm, we appeal to our readers for any additional help they may be moved to provide.  If you are able and are so inclined to send along a donation, it will directly benefit this dog and perhaps others who are best with heart worm and thereby help them along to their new life.

 

Volunteer comments:

“Endeavor is a sweet girl. She has such a happy disposition and seems so grateful for your loving touch.”

“Endeavor is just a happy Dobie. You can see her good looks in the pictures but what you can't see is her great personality.   Dobermans have a lot of personality and that is one of the things we love most about them; Endeavor is no different in that regard.  What stands out is just how relaxed she is.  She has a very “even keel” and is less excitable than some of her rescue brothers and sisters.   Don't take this as her having a lack of personality though, because she stills wants to be a part of any social event, definitely wants companionship, and always seems to have a smile on her face when around others.  Her personality would lend itself well to a family environment.”

This is a Dobergirl who is ready to start real living with a family who wants a loving, grateful companion. If you think yours may be the one, make an appointment to meet her once your application is approved. Come see for yourself what a grand gal she is, and maybe you'll be the fortunate family to take her home.



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