Beau is a handsome Doberman (he's named appropriately) who I first mentioned when I posted about Doberman Rescue Minnesota.
(image from DRM web site)
Beau is estimated to be 6 years old; he was brought in as a stray from South Dakota, and almost euthanized when there was no room in the shelter. He is neutered, up to date on his shots, heartworm negative, and loves to play football! I think above all, he loves being with his people, and would to have a doberman-savvy home to call his own (....with a fenced yard). If you're interested in adopting Beau, you can find the DRM adoption application here.
When I posted about Mordecai back in June, I didn't expect him to be at DRM for very long! Special needs puppy or not, a puppy is a puppy. At six months old now, he is still very, very adorable. He also has a bit of what we call a "zipper" on his nose; that little reverse cowlick there.
(photo from DRM web site)
He does have megaesophogus, as I said in the first post, but according to his blurb on the Doberman Rescue Minnesota site, the vets think he has a chance of outgrowing it. He also has a leg that was dislocated when he was itty-bitty, so DRM is raising money for surgery once his bones are grown. So, even if you aren't interested in adopting Mordecai, you can still make a Paypal donation to Doberman Rescue Minnesota to "Mordy's Surgery" on the web site.
These guys are handsome heartbreakers, and I know that they'll make the right family very happy one day!