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In shelter Dog

Littlerock, CA, 93543
Pet name:
Doberman Pinscher
Tricolor (Brown, Black, & White)
Coat length:
Hiccup our sweet girl, she’s ready to find a family! 
This girl came to us after being hit by a car, one of her back legs couldn’t be saved and the other one has some residual damage that will technically leave her handicapped. She walks and gets around on her own she just doesn’t have full range like most dogs. She definitely cannot run at this time. She gets tired easy but she also has a super lazy personality so we sometimes struggle deciding if she can’t or just doesn’t want too. 

She was placed in a foster home and we are so lucky to have Kerry and Courtney who were able to give her one on one care. We are so grateful for the progress they have made with her. They have really got her walking and helped her a ton through her recovery. 

Ultimately, we think Hiccup is looking for a home where she can just spend her days lounging around and being loved. We have attempted a wheelchair with her, we just aren’t sure at this time where that road will take us. 

She is a Doberman mastiff mix, big thank you to Abby for her DNA test. She seems to be ok with other dogs but gets overwhelmed at the thought of being the vulnerable one so she will do best with easy going dogs. She is only about 1 year old. 

We know hiccup needs a special loving patient family like her fosters, and we are can’t wait to find them. 

If you’re interested in meeting her or seeing videos of her walking please text us at 661-839-2200.


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