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SUDZ

SUDZ
NOT Available For Adoption
Gender: Male
Color: Cream w/White
Age: 10 months
WT: 57 lbs.
Ears: Cropped (one flopped)
Tail: Docked
Altered: Neutered
Micro Chipped: Home Again
House Trained: Yes
Good with other dogs.  Loves to play.
Sniffed cat and then ignored.
Good with older children.

This handsome Doberpuppy is just the epitome of raw Dober goodness and possibility - a pure palate of playful puppy potential, previously passed over but providing promise of profiting from proper guidance going forward.

He came to us from a rescue lady (horses, dogs, etc.) - a devoted, do-whatever-it-takes-to-save-whatever-it-is type of person (may her tribe increase).  Here’s how she describes this fellow’s back story:
    “I got a call about a person that has a history of purchasing purebred dogs, spending money on them, and then sending them to the local animal control when the newness wears off.  This Dober had been crated all the time and never given attention - starved both nutritionally and emotionally.

    Not surprisingly, once he was allowed out of the crate he is extremely active and just LOVES attention.  He has a great attitude all the way around, with the exception of passionately protecting his food.  This is also unsurprising since he was a mere 49 pounds when he came to me!  He does not know any games. He is literally a blank slate. He does love to chew deer horns.  And he is so happy to have attention, that all his teeth show when he sees me, with the biggest Dobergrin ever!  He is as sweet as the day is long!”


A sad story for sure, but the possibilities are limitless.

Volunteer comments:
    “What a regal looking boy this is!  When I first saw him outside, he only came close enough to check me out.  Later on, I slipped into his run and sat with him.  At first I could tell he was a little nervous, so I let him come to me on his terms.  After some sniffs on his part and gentle touches on my part, he relaxed and lay down beside me and let me stroke his back.  Whenever I stopped, he’d turn his head as if to say ‘Don’t stop, I like this!’”

Sudz is just a cool Dober.  He is very friendly upon introduction and seems to love people.  He also seems though he is up for anything.  He is playful and cute and puts a smile on your face when you see him run around and interact.  With his good looks, this guy has it all.”

I haven’t officially met Sudz yet, and I am already taken with him.  I walked by his run and saw him flat on the floor, with all four legs drawn underneath his body, and his entire rear end was vigorously wagging back and forth.   Literally half his body was moving in as fast a wag as normally just the tail does!  I didn’t even know a dog’s body could do that! He was so happy just to see a human walk by. A quick look showed that he has a really pretty face.  I’m looking forward to meeting and interacting with him, as he has ‘happy dog’ written all over him.”


Between his photos and these descriptions, you get the picture.  Everything suggests this is a great Dober in the making.  If you’d like to be the one to love and nurture and train him into amazing adulthood, make an appointment to meet him once your application is approved, and come see for yourself what a great dog he is.  I’m confident you won’t be disappointed.



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Jan 8th

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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
phone: 336.621.3453   e-mail: [email protected]   fax: 336.621.9206 (no cover sheet required)
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