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In shelter Dog

West Decatur, PA, 16878
Pet name:
Doberman Pinscher
Brown / Chocolate
Hi! My name is Archer - but you can call me Archie! Im a 3-year old male husky/doberman mix. Im a big guy - over 80 lbs.! (Nittany Beagle Rescue took me because I was in a home with a beagle that needed rehomed). Im a very handsome fellow! Im really strong, & so I need a home where my people have some strength. Im super friendly with people! Im good with kids. But I would knock young children down, so it would be best if the children are older. Im a very affectionate dog & love to sleep in bed with my people! Im a playful fellow too! Im already housetrained. (I dont really care for the crate). I need socialization training. I would do best as an only dog. I also chase cats, & so a home without a cat would be best. Im already neutered & up-to-date on vaccines. If you think you are the right home for me, please think about making me part of your family! My photo is coming soon!

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