This Beauty is looking for her forever home!Sweet Senior Edie is 12 years young - but still has plenty of pep in her step. She is very alert to everything around her and will follow you around the house to keep track of where her people are going. She will happily sit next to you with her paw on your arm while you pet and rub her.. She loves her toys and bones but does not like to share - we dont blame her for that! She does allow her humans to take them away from her nicely.
Edie lives with two other dogs and she does fine. They are not best friends but they like to co-exist with one another. The other dogs have learned to give Edie her space. She is crate and house trained (but prefers to not be in her crate). She knows her basic commands and loves puzzle toys!
Edie does have DCM and gets medication twice a day. She also gets fish oil and CBD oil supplements for her joints to keep her young and moving! Edie would love a forever home to spend her golden years with!
This fabulous foster is a Doberman Rescue Minnesota foster dog.
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Qualified adopters are within the approved adoption area, and Adopter will be requested to visit this foster dog at the foster family home. Our foster families are generally located within a 250 mile radius of Minneapolis, MN.
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