Two Dobermans Looking for a Loving Home

The dogs' owner recently passed away.

Two six-year-old black male Dobermans from Trooper are looking for a new home after their owner passed away.

The dogs, both of whom have cropped ears and tails, were raised together since puppies.  The are well-behaved, obedience-trained, up-to-date on shots and housebroken, according to an e-mail sent to Patch.

If anyone knows of a home for these dogs, please call Sharon at 610-767-8608 or Pat at 610-248-8384.

Susan Lopez January 25, 2013 at 12:52 AM
Have these dogs found a home together yet?
Mary Jo Ansel January 25, 2013 at 12:08 PM
I think these are the same Dobes that are now staying with Joan Witt of Cha-Rish Dobermans in her boarding kennel - google Cha-Rish Kennels for the phone number. They are located up in the Allentown area. The two boys are 7 & 8 years old. Joan said they are now neutered, both very sweet. They will be adopted out separately.
Vicchio January 25, 2013 at 12:45 PM
The dogs should be kept together, they will miss their owner and each other if separated. It appears they had a loving home and to be put in cages separated now they must be going through anxiety and stress. I pray they get adopted together.
Cindy M. January 25, 2013 at 02:00 PM
I agree! They should go to a loving home together! They may look tough on the exterior but on the interior Dobermans are loyal, loving pets. They are loyal to their owners and each other!
ASM January 25, 2013 at 06:26 PM
We need to find a foster home for these 2 beautiful dogs until we can find a Loving Home. Can somebody Foster them until we can find a home. I am calling all Friends and Family and shelters that I work with to see if anybody can adopt them. They cannot be separated, they just lost their owner...It is too much for them.
Mary Jo Ansel January 25, 2013 at 08:13 PM
They cannot be adopted together. Since their owner died, they have started not getting along - this is very typical for male Dobermans. They don't like other males, and it was probably only the owner that was able to keep them from fighting. Now that he is gone, they have had a scuffle and for their safety, must be kept and adopted out separately. They would probably do fine with a female dog for companionship.


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