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CURFEW

CURFEW
** Available For Adoption **
Gender: Female
Color: Black w/Rust
Age: 3 1/2 yrs.
WT: 55 lbs. (thin)
Ears: Natural
Tail: Docked
Altered: Spayed
Micro Chipped: Home Again
House Trained: Yes
Good with older children.
This lovely young lady came to us from a residence where she was tied to a tree due to hastening the demise of the dooryard chickens.  Some of our beloved breed do indeed have a strong prey drive (my current boy is no exception).  But tying to a tree is not the solution to the problem, and we’re glad she’s with us now, courtesy of Rescue Angels, where she is awaiting a family that understands a dog’s instinct and will provide a home where there’s proper freedom for the dog (and an absence of free-range chickens!)
 
As you can see from her pictures, she’s a beauty who has kept a lovely shape despite having been bred.  She has a sweet personality and is very gentle and initially shy.  As with all Dobers, she absolutely loves to be close and made of once she is confident in her human.
 
As a result of her former neglect, she was missing a small patch of hair due to fleas, but no more fleas now, and the spot will fill in again.  Also, likely due to having been outside most of the time, she is hesitant to go down dark hallways or enter a door unless urged to do so.  (My current Dober was the same way when he came to us.)  This will improve with a little time as she adapts to her new family and home.  She loves her big comfy bed and mats and will rearrange them to her liking prior to lying down.  The short of it is, she’s just a lovely dog who has not had the kind of care and attention she deserves and is awaiting a proper forever home.
 
Volunteer comments:
    “Curfew is a great looking Dober.  (She does have a patch of hair where she had fleas, but once that grows back she will be a stunner!)  She’s a very sweet and sensitive dog that was a little shy around me at first introduction but warmed up quickly.  She walks well on a leash.  The photos on the page do not deceive; she is really that good looking.  Once she gains the trust of her new family, she will be a very loving and low maintenance dog.”
 
   "You can tell Curfew hasn’t had the attention and normal interaction most dogs enjoy with their humans.  Everything seemed like a new experience with her and she was a little nervous and hesitant.  When I first sat down in the corral with her, she slowly approached me and let me rub her ears.  She didn’t run away, she just didn’t seem to be used to it.  When we brought her in the kennel to allow her to run free in Carol’s office, she acted as if she was afraid to go inside and we had to gently coax her.  Once inside, she was tentative as she sniffed around the room.  I sat down to watch her reactions, and she would come over to me when I called her.  She was slow to approach me but didn’t run away as I reached out to pet her, and seemed to enjoy me talking to her."
 
    "Curfew is just simply beautiful inside and out. Her eyes say it all... she looks into your soul. She is a real little beauty!"

 
    “This little girl is beautiful inside and out!  At first a little timid, she will soon come up and lean and put her head in your hand for some love!  She didn’t seem to know about the Jolly Ball, but with a little encouragement she nudged it and it quickly became a delight.  She pulled the rope and shook it and played by herself with it, loving every minute.”
 
       "She's got a really sweet personality. Didn't really play much probably because she just got spayed."
 
I think you can sense that this lovely little lady with a less-than-stellar former setting is just about to bloom into her full self as a new world opens up for her with a loving family.  If you think yours may be the one, make an appointment to meet her once your application is approved, and come spend a bit of time getting acquainted. 
 
I’m confident you won’t be disappointed, if you do.


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Contact: Carol Fama   P. O. Box 13979   Greensboro, NC 27415-3979
Rescue Areas Covered, but not limited to GA, NC, SC, VA, WV
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