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Seattle, King County, Washington, Uni...
Pet name:
Doberman Pinscher
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Animal Profile: Panzer is a red cropped and docked Dobie who is estimated at 2-3 years old and weighs about 80 lbs. Panzer was picked up as a stray in San Bernadino with no collar and no chip, though based on his ears it's obvious someone took care of him at some point. He can be aloof with new people but once he bonds he is loyal and loving. This boy is strong and will need continued work on leash as he does pull. He hasn't exhibited any leash reactivity toward people or dogs, though, and is currently being fostered with two male dogs without issue. Panzer would likely enjoy a resident canine (female) but that is not a requirement in his home. Since being in foster care, Panzer has learned to "kennel up" and crates nicely when home alone, for meals and bedtime. He rides well in the car and is eager to please. This very handsome boy will thrive in a dog savvy (preferably breed experienced) home with or without other dogs, a secure fenced yard, and no small children. Panzer has not been tested with cats. 

Adopter Profile:

Dog experience required
Breed experience preferred
Other dogs OK
Older kids (12+) OK
Secure fenced yard required


Adoption Info: Adoption fee is $500, which may be tax deductible as Dog Gone Seattle is a 501c3 organization. Panzer is neutered, up to date on core vaccinations and microchipped. 

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Animal History: This dog was picked up as a stray in San Bernadino and brought to Devore Animal Shelter. He was transferred to Dog Gone Seattle and has been in foster care since July 4, 2021. 


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