Doberman Pinscher, Rottweiler, Mixed
Black with Brown, Red, Golden, Orange or Chestnut
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Animal Profile: Bindi is an estimated 2 year old 65lb Doberman and Rottweiler mix. She is a sweet girl looking for a fresh start in the PNW. Bindi has settled in well in foster care, and adores the attention she gets from foster mom. She’s friendly with the resident dog, and working on her confidence and leash manners  Bindi does have high prey drive towards rabbits and squirrels. Bindi would do best in a home outside the city, ideally with a securely fenced yard and a friendly canine companion.  Foster Update:  Bindi is just the sweetest girl. She’s gentle, playful, and friendly towards all people and dogs she has met so far.  Bindi craves attention and wants to be as close as possible to her people, so we’re working on building confidence being on her own.  She gets so wiggly and excited when I get home, and after a training walk she loves to do zoomies around the yard.  She is proving to be a fast learner on skills inside, but she still is fearful on walks. On walks she gets scared of loud noises and some people, so we’re starting slow with walking in more quiet places. I think with some more work she’ll be just the perfect pooch!  Adoption Info: Adoption fee is $500, which includes spay/neuter, current rabies/DAPPV/bordetella vaccinations, microchip, health certificate, and heartworm test. All adoption fees are donations to a Washington non-profit corporation and all donations go to benefit the animals in our rescue.  Apply online at Animal History: This dog was rescued from euthanasia at a high-kill shelter in California. She will be available for adoption in Seattle, once evaluated. 


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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