Beautiful Sweet Doberman Needs A New Home!

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Beautiful Sweet Doberman Needs A New Home!

Postby RaeZer » 21 May 2012, 13:46

Beautiful, sweet Doberman needs a new home!

I've had a wonderful Doberman Pinscher (male) for the past 3 years (he's 4 years old), but, sadly, I need to find a new home for him. He is what many people call a “gentle giant.” He’s a very sweet and loving dog who is very friendly with people, and he responds especially well to men. His energy would make him a great companion for someone who likes running, long walks, hiking, or frequent trips to the beach or mountains. Daily exercise for him is a must, and he loves just being out and about with his owner. While he usually gets along with other dogs, he has moments where he becomes jealous or protective, so frequent socializing would be great for him. (He was previously living with a smaller dog, and they played together constantly.) He is happiest when he’s close to you and, despite his large size, will cuddle with you every chance he gets.

If you are interested, please contact me ASAP. I can be reached by phone (0952227853) or email (


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Re: Beautiful Sweet Doberman Needs A New Home!

Postby Ex Animo » 27 May 2012, 10:22

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