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Author Topic: Phoebe (nee Ruby)  (Read 3130 times)
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« on: September 17, 2009, 11:14:46 PM »

Phoebe came in to kennels in March 2009 at the age of 10 months.

DRA decided it would be in her best interest to try and find her a foster home as she did not adapt well to kennel life.  Phoebe was very timid, afraid of men and lacked trust….

Phoebe went to her foster home in April where she lived with another Dobermann.
Her foster carer’s decided to adopt her as she settled well into family life.

Phoebe has been with her new family for four months now, during that time she has learnt to enjoy car journeys. Phoebe likes long walks and weekends away with her new owners. Her confidence continues to grow and she is loved very much by her new family.

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