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In shelter Dog

Spring Hill, KS, 66083
Pet name:
Doberman Pinscher
Red / Chestnut / Orange
Murray is about 12 years old and, before coming to us, spent over 10 years of his life living outside. His owner ended up going to rehab and no one was feeding him until he was found neglected in the back yard, having missed many meals because no one was feeding him. He is very good in a kennel and doesnt have any accidents in them, but his favorite is to lay around on warm and comfy blankets. He is very good with children. His foster family says:
"This guy literally just wants to be pet and loved by every human possible. I even had a stranger, to him, enter when I was not home and he just wagged his tail and said hello. Great with kids, super potty trained, walks on leash well, absolutely pretty perfect. He did live outside for quite a long time so birds, cats, squirrels seem to be his play toys. So a no cat house is needed and possibly only dog house is needed. Seriously he is so loving and quite a character. He would be a great pet and even though he is 12 he sprints the yard and moves fast easily going up and down stairs. He lets you sleep in until youre ready to get up and loves car rides. He eats well but is picky with treats, unless you have steak!! Murray is ninja quiet and doesnt bark. He would be a great member for any family. Murray is ready for a Furever home."


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