"Noah" - Complimentary Listing
Little NOah was found by one of our volunteers sitting by a trash dumpster.  He had so much matted hair you couldn't get your fingers through it to touch his poor skin and you couldn't even tell what color he was.   That was the last horrible moment this little guy will ever suffer.  He was picked up and provided with grooming to peel away the awful layers of matted coat and fleas.  Under that huge mass was this tiny little guy who only weighed 5 lbs. He now has an assortment of nice sweaters and soft bed, but his favorite thing is to have someone rub his beautiful soft coat.   After gaining a pound or two, he went to the vet to get his medical needs taken care of. Surprisingly he is heart worm free.  Maybe the mosquitos couldn't even get to him to bite him due to his matted coat.    He is now neutered, up-to-date on shots, on heart worm preventative and micro-chipped.  Noah is living in a home with three big Dobermans and some small dogs and gets along great with all of them.  He has a soft temperament but he is not too shy.  In other words - just right.   Noah appears to be bout two years old.  As best we can determine he looks to be a Shih Tzu.  Of course he is working on growing his hair back so he will be even more beautiful soon.  If you are interested in adopting "Noah", please fill out an on line application for him at: http://www.gulfcoastdobermanrescue.org/

 
 

"Jefferson"
Jefferson is a healthy, friendy, playful, four-year-old, male looking for his forever home. He is healthy, utd on his vaccinations, heartworm free, neutered, and house-broken. He is eager to please and to give and receive affection.
Jefferson would be an ideal companion for an active person who seeks a running partner. He is athletic, loves to play ball, and would excel in obedience and agility training.
Jefferson is currently in foster care, having been surrendered by his owner due to work demands involving frequent out of town travel and long hours away from home. His foster mom reports that he is good with children and gets along well with larger dogs. She recommends that due to his size and energy level he would do best in a home without small dogs, cats, or young children. This wonderful guy is waiting for the right person or family to claim him for a life-long partnership!
Please fill out the adoption form to meet this wonderful boy!

 
 

 

"Fleur & Harry "
Yes, we understand that you probably didn't come to this site for a mixed breed dog. But we are half dobies, born last April to Mia - a full doberman mom. We are, Harry Remus, Luna & Fleur, and we didn't find a perfect home while we were still babies. But we are still puppies and wonderful ALL! Want you give us a chance? You know having a doberman in a body that isn't easily identified as a doberman isn't a bad thing. We can get past a lot of those nasty breed bans. We are crate trained, spayed and neutered, up-to-date on shots and heart worm negative. In fact, since we were born in rescue, we never even had heart worms. A couple of us are cat safe and we are all good with small children. We were named after Harry Potter characters and need a little Potter magic to find us a home of our own. Please let your friends know that we are here.

 

Fleur and Harry are both children and cat safe

Update: Harry has passed his CGC (Canine Good Citizen) test. Congrats Harry!

 
 
 

 

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