AndyRescue Me ID: 20-12-14-00012

About Andy

Adoption Fee: $100
Doberman Pinscher / Lab
Age: Adult
Sex: Male

Andy is a Doberman/ Black Lab mix rescued from a high kill shelter just in the nick of time. He is house trained, smart and knows many commands. Andy comes to his name, and knows many commands including sit, stay and down! Andy was seen by our private vet and is a very healthy boy about 7 yrs old. He had torn a ligament on his knee, and we got him the surgery that he needs. His recovery is going well and he is back to normal. He currently weighs about 60 lbs. He has a lean body with slim legs. Andy likes to play with his toys, but isn't rambunctious. Andy is house trained, knows many commands. Andy is a loving dog who deserves a home. Unfortunately, we have to board Andy because we do not have any available foster homes. Andy deserves better than that, and we are eager to find him a foster or forever home. He should go to an adult home as an only dog. He wants to be an alpha dog, so should go to a home with doggie experience. Andy has worked with a trainer, and is ready to go the right home. He is very loving and playful, and can be quite the sweetheart. He just needs an experienced adopter who can give him the structure and exercise. Andy is fully vaccinated, neutered, and microchipped. If you live in the Los Angeles area and would like to meet Andy, please complete our adoption application found on dexterfoundation.com If you can't adopt, can you at least foster, or know someone who can? We need a foster or adopter in the Los Angeles area. Thanks for sharing.

Contact

The Dexter Foundation
Los Angeles County
Los Angeles, California

Contact Person:
Email: [email protected]

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Compatibility

  • Not Good with Other Dogs
  • Good with Adults (Not Kids)

Personality

  • Average Energy
  • Somewhat Dominant

Health

  • Neutered
  • Vaccinations Current

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