Heather came to us from the Humane Society of Hartford County, MD when her humans surrendered her because they did not want to care for a diabetic. Heather came into the shelter extremely overweight during a diabetic crash, she was moved to an animal hospital, stabilized and then transferred to a foster home where her weight has been brought under control, she maintains a healthy blood glucose level with two injects a day and her thyroid function also is in the normal range taking a minimal dosage of Thyroxine twice a day, she is spayed, up to date on her vaccines and preventatives, and is micro-chipped; Heather is house and crate trained, and knows her basic commands. Heather LOVES children and has done well in a foster home with a cat, but prefers to be the only canine love in your home. Heather is a part of our Paw It Forward program, she comes with a new Lupine martingale collar, leash and walking harness, a Nylabone or Benebone and a toy. We are a match process here at Rescue, we take the time to listen to the Dobermans coming in to our program and we appreciate the opportunity to get to know our applicants so we are able to assist them in finding a match for their environment, lifestyle and breed experience. The Dobermans in our program come from various backgrounds, unique personalities and needs and we do our best to find the home that matches each individual dog's needs. If you are interested in adopting Heather or any of the many Dobermans currently seeking a 'fureverhome' with Fureverhomes Doberman Rescue, Inc., please request an application to foster or adopt, a fenced in yard is required for Heather and a home visit is required to be approved to adopt with the Rescue.