Carly – Rescue





“Well, here I am again…
I thought I could train this new pack to my liking but I came on too strong.


Birdie writes:
“I came into rescue as “Curly” a month ago through no fault of my own,
and was adopted by some great folks,
who gave me a more fitting name of Carly which I really appreciate. The new folks had several
4-legged family members already and I immediately decided I would show my superior bossiness.
This did not go over too well. My new folks were working with me and I was learning my place,
but in the process I jumped one of the little yappy dogs and they were afraid for their safety.


This put me back in rescue, so let me tell you about me.
I am a lovely pure bred 5-year-old Doberlady with all the appendages God gave me. I am a rarity today
I still have my tail. This gives me distinction among other benefits my sponsor can discuss with you.
I am very loving and gentle with 2-legged folks, I will give love and protection to someone
who understands my alpha tendencies and work with me. Take me to obedience class.
I am a very quick learner. Just understand I prefer to be an only kid. I am spayed, up to date on shots,
heartworm negative, my bags are packed and I am ready to come make your home complete.


Interested? Then fill out that app and send it in to quick.
I will make you proud.
I’m foster in Lee county currently.

Carly ended up staying with her friend, Grommit and her new adopters.

About Helen

I'm a Southern California living in South Florida. I've been here for 10 years as of October 1, 2007. No matter where I live, I'm a dog lover, and my breed is the Dobermann Pinscher of the Working Group. I am also fond of the Australian Shepherd of the Herding Group. My life revolves around my dogs, which is something those family members of mine don't understand. So I'm an island in that respect, but have built friendships with those who are doggie lovers and respect the canine as much as I do. Some do rescue, some train in, compete in, and judge AKC trials. The common thread is our dogs are family.
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