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Angela
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« on: December 30, 2007, 10:26:22 AM »

Buddy is an 8 month old black and tan male Dobermann with a tail.

He has had a rather chequered start in life. Buddy lived his early months in a stable, and then more recently was rehomed by "Freeads" to a lady with 6 children, (unfortunately the two younger children developed an allergy to Buddy so he came to DRA).

He hasn't had a lot of training, nor has he seen a lot of life, but he is full of love to give to the right owners. He has not lived with or is not used to cats.
Because of a lack of socialisation Buddy will need to be placed as an only dog. He would be ideally suited to a home in the country where no other dogs are around.
If you feel you can offer Buddy a home with training and socialisation, please fill in an enquiry form.

URGENT FOSTER HOME REQUIRED FOR BUDDY

Buddy is not doing well in the kennel environment. We are looking for a foster home for him until he finds a new home. A foster home for him would need to be very quiet and experienced and have no other dogs or a very friendly bitch. Please contact Chris Omar if you feel you are able to help.

UPDATE FROM CHRIS!   31/01/08

"Yesterday when I visited his run resembled a scene from a chainsaw massacre.
He has made all of his pads bleed from constantly running up and down and barking at the GSD next door.
Yet take him out of the kennel environment and he is a quiet dog who likes nothing better than to sit at your feet and have a cuddle"

Please contact Chris Omar if you are able to offer Buddy a stable home or feel you can foster him.


Good News  17/02/08
Buddy has gone to his new home today.


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« Last Edit: February 17, 2008, 12:40:09 PM by Angela » Logged

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