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RAMON - aka  DOBBY
Rottweiler
Size: Medium
Age: 3-4 yrs old
Sex:  male
HELP RAMON:
 

His story, 

Ramon was found running loose in the Miami Kendall area and a wonderful woman took him in.  She took him to her Vet, he was fine and no Chip was found.   

She then contacted GGARR. She sent pictures and GGARR took him in.

She was nice enough to drive him to  Mueller Animal Hospital where he was vetted and is now ready to go.

Here is the latest update from his FOSTER PARENTS...

Dobby is a sweet, cuddly pooch, who greets each morning like it is an invitation for another day of fun. 
He loves to be right next to you, whether it is walking around the house or exploring the yard.  He is happy to chase a ball, but will probably be content to hang out once he has it. 

Dobby is a great travel companion, always ready for a car ride!  He loves guests and wriggles with joy.  Rather than jump on guests, he is happy to wait impatiently for petting and attention. 

Dobby is early to bed, and doesn't mind sleeping in his crate until it is time to get up.  He walks very well on a leash, knows basic manners, strives to please, and minds well. 

He is definitely the alpha dog, and would probably do best in a one dog home, where he gets plenty of hugs and affection. 

High energy in the morning, more than ready for an afternoon nap, and grumpy if he goes to bed late. 

Dobby will do ANYTHING for a pup-peroni treat - he is motivated more by social interactions and praise than treats.

His detractors are: farts a lot, but not always lethal; grumbly tummy, but the vet says he is in perfect health; guards chew toys; does not fetch 😏; drama dog - but it makes me laugh; cannot be moved, must be enticed. We now let him know it is time for bed and he rambles in to his crate (we do not lock it). 

He has sprayed inappropriately, but I just clean it up and ensure I keep an eye on him.  Oh, and he is frantic about thunder & lightning.  We now give him meds before big storms.  He also seems to have a problem with gunfire, but I think he is slowly becoming used to it.

Seriously though, he is a love bug.  Follows me everywhere, even multiple trips to the shed and back.  He is pretty much always in my eyesight.  He may be full of beans when he first gets up, baying like a blood hound, and turning in circles (makes me laugh!) but throughout the day he's mellow. 

For information on Ramon, please, contact LESLIE DAVIES HIRSH  at ldavies43@comcast.net
 

 

Location: OLD TOWN  FL


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