23 month old brown Dobermann.
Incredibly reluctant sale of my male Dobermann. He is a very typical Dobermann; affectionate, playful, energetic dog who adores attention. Great with children and adults.
He has not been neutered and will make an excellent stud dog. Although not KC registered, proof of his sire's pedigree is available.
We are looking to rehome him due to his size and strength overwhelming my physical disability as he doesn't realise his size.
He will be best suited in a home with people who have experience with large dogs and time to spend with him.
He knows his basic commands, we are working on his jumping up and recall, he loves his walks but wants to greet everyone he sees.
Up to date with injections, flea and wormer treatment.
A knowledgeable home is a must so he finds his forever home. I am open to sensible offers.
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