Violet is a beautiful dark chocolate 8-year-old female Doberman Pit cross. Our vet met her 4 years ago while volunteering for Dog Aide, a Detroit-based community outreach program that delivers dog food to clients in need throughout the city. Violet’s dad loved her dearly and took good care of her for years as his sole companion. Sadly, he passed away in November. With nowhere else to go, Violet found herself at Detroit Animal Care and Control. Knowing Violet and her history, we couldn’t leave her at Detroit’s already overburdened municipal shelter. We had no room either at the time, so Violet went into foster for two weeks. While there, we learned a lot about her! Violet absolutely loves people, and would prefer a home with just human companions. She lives for human attention! Violet knows “sit,” " lie down", and is crate trained. She knows her name and usually comes when called. She would do best with an experienced dog owner who will help her build confidence. Violet is not adjusting well to shelter life and would love a place to call home really soon. She promises to be your BEST friend for the rest of her life. Are you ready to call this sweet and loving girl family? She is spayed, up to date on vaccinations, tested negative for heartworm, and has an adoption fee of $160. Come visit her! We are open from 12 to 6 PM, Tuesdays through Saturdays, and process our last adoption at 5:30 PM. See you soon!
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