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CAYNE

CAYNE
NOT Available For Adoption
Gender: Male
Color: Black w/Rus
Age: 1 3/4 yrs.
WT: 85 lbs.
Ears: Natural
Tail: Docked
Altered: Neutered
Micro Chipped: Home Again
House Trained: Yes
Will bark at other male Dobes, but once he knows them is fine. Good with female dogs.  
Barked at cat and then ignored.  Will continue to test him.
Good with older children.

Here’s another surrender resulting from the separation of the humans in the home.

His former mom says: “I have been spreading myself thin, and I want to give him a better life where his new owner can give 100% of the individual attention he needs. He has been a good dog to me, he has been my protector, night time cuddler, and is great with new people. He is adventurous and goofy; you can sometimes find him sleeping on his back with all four legs in the air!"

As you can see from his pictures, he’s a big, strikingly handsome fellow with “good-natured” written all over his face. He absolutely loves his Jolly Ball and will carry it everywhere he’s allowed to take it. He has a muscular build and is very strong, so a new owner will need to be experienced at handling such a dog.

While he is an agreeable and loving fellow, he does tend to react to other dogs with barking and lunging. This may improve once he’s settled into a new home and is sure of things there.

Fortunately, he has had obedience training, has good leash manners, and knows and obeys a variety of commands (“Sit,” “Stay,” “Paw,” “Come,” “Lay down,” “Off”).

He loves to play fetch and also favors squeaky toys and thick rubber toys.

Volunteer comments:
     “Cayne is truly as good looking as his pictures suggest!   This guy is a total stud! He’s still young and has some energy to go with that youth, but he tries really hard to be a good boy. He knows “Sit” and will shake with his paw if he knows a delicious treat is his reward.   And he absolutely loves to play.”

     "My first time with Cayne was limited to transporting him to DRT on Friday. He was a great passenger. After a few minutes he lay down and slept almost the whole way. On Sunday I got to spend a few minutes with him again, and most of that time he was running around the corral, exploring. He seemed to be quite focused on the toys in the Pup Tent, as that was the first place he went, and snatched up one of the balls in there. I did manage to get him to trade the ball for a treat I had. He also sat when I asked and patiently waited for the treat. He’s an energetic, curious young boy who strikes me as a dog that will develop a strong bond in his new home."

     "This could be one of the easiest reviews I‘ve done. Cayne is truly as good looking as his pictures suggest! This guy is a total stud! He is still young and has some energy to go with that youth, but he tries really hard to be a good boy. He already knows to sit and will even shake with his paw if he knows a delicious treat is his reward. He absolutely loves to play and will need someone willing to help him burn some of his energy off through long walks or other exercise."

"Cayne is such a sweet dog! He‘s still young, so he is very excitable and full of energy, especially outside! Despite that, he has wonderful leash manners and is incredibly well trained! He was a bit hesitant to approach us at first, but after a minute of running around, he came right up with his ball! He‘s such a handsome and happy boy."

We also have guest comments from an experienced Dober-owner couple:


     “My wife and I had the opportunity to meet Cayne at the DRT facility recently.  He is energetic and loves to play fetch. He knows the ‘Drop’ command. He is strong and agile, with large feet. At just under two years of age, he is full grown and very well behaved. His pictures only give a hint of how handsome he is in person.

     Cayne gives his full attention to treats and is very gentle as he nibbles them little bits at time from our fingers. We had no concern for getting accidentally bitten from his being overzealous or too hungry.

     He is all business when playing with the Jolly Balls but is still careful not to catch hands or fingers when taking the ball.

     He knows basic commands and performs well for a treat (“Sit,” “Shake/paw,” “Down”).   We observed no pulling while being walked.

     He was friendly with us as strangers in his world, and with a little time working with his socialization skills and getting to know you, he will become the Velcro dog the breed is known for being. We only wish we had room for two new fur babies!"
   Tony & Michelle (over 40 years of experience with Dobermans)

As you can see, this is an outstanding young Dober with excellent qualities, instincts, and basic training. If you think your home is a fit and you’re ready to finish his training as he matures into an amazing adult, make an appointment to meet him once your application is approved.

Don’t hesitate, though. He won’t be here long.


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