Breed: Doberman Pinscher
Weight: 74 pounds
Current Location: Crossroads, TX
Adoption Date: October 11, 2020
Adopted by: Debbie Lhotka and Randy Smith
This pregnant Doberman just had a litter back in October and here she is again pregnant with a litter. This girl will go stay with Jenn today and have the last litter of her life. She is 3 years old and was bred on 4/20/20 so she will be due very soon.
Formerly # 48
We are naming her Jaclyn Berty who is a neonatal RN in Indiana.
Welcome to Dog Ranch Rescue!!
A little update on how Jaclyn is doing at maternity manor.
“After 3 weeks of Jaclyn not wanting to leave her puppy’s side even to go outside to potty she is now back to playing with her buddy Chip. She has come out of her shell so much since she has been here. She was super serious and just sat back and observed when she first arrived. Now she is very sweet, loves to be around people and other dogs, and has started wagging that little nubby tail of hers. Some family is going to love adding this girl to their lives.”
Unfortunately Jaclyn doesn’t have a home and we need to see if we can get your help rectifying that.
Jaclyn has raised her only little pup, and now its time for her. Jenn sent us a video of her having a toy of her own for the first time. We have received some applications for Jaclyn but none that are the right fit for her thus far. Jenn took her over to Jessicas house last weekend to introduce her to some kids and Jaclyn just froze. She is very afraid to meet not only kids, but to meet new adults. We aren’t worried about her with kids we are just feeling that she would do much better in a home that wasn’t hectic and noisy. We will take all applications into consideration but we will need to pick out just what Jaclyn needs and right now we havent found it.
Jenn texted me and said what do you need from me to help us find a home for Jaclyn. I said we need photos where we can see her eyes. The eyes of a dog are a window to their soul and if you cannot capture their soul in a photo people overlook them.
Jaclyn has very small eyes like Tater which makes that task much, much more difficult. But, Jenn is a rockstar and can’t capture anything you need her to do, we all are well versed in her photos of puppies on a regular basis.
This ladies and gentlemen is Jaclyn and a view into her soul.
This is what Jaclyn needs in a home. She is a lovely girl who is very, very intelligent. She loves to play with other dogs and wrestles with Jenn’s Beagle Chip on a regular basis. Jaclyn doesn’t have a lot of experience with people, coming from the mill left her with no social experience. She came to us pregnant with two Doberman pups and only one survived her name is Kizzy and she has had a home waiting for her since the day she was born.
Jaclyn also came to us from the mill heart worm positive, just another sign of neglect in a mill.
She went straight to maternity manor and had her baby who is now weaned and will be adopted in a week or two when she is old enough.
Jenn lives along so Jaclyn doesn’t get lots of people to meet so she is a little shy. Jenn took her over to Jessicas house last week and she met the whole family adults and kids. Jessicas girls are very calm with dogs they’ve got lots and lots of experience. Jaclyn froze in place, it wasn’t because of the kids it was just because new things are scary for her.
We would like to a find a home for Jaclyn that has the patience and the willingness to help her adapt. She absolutely will but it will take a little time, she had to adapt at Jenn’s house too when she arrived but in a matter of a week or so she began to shine.
Jaclyn is currently being treated for her heart worms but she will be finished soon and we would really like to find her forever family during that time. We aren’t looking for a home with no children, but if there are children in the home we would like the home to be calm and balanced and we know lots of families with kids have that, we never judge a family that has children in one lump, they are all different.
My puppy Kizzy is being adopted today and while I love her I am ready for the focus to be on me for a while. So, about me. I am a happy goofy girl. I love to play with all size dogs. I have a tender side when it comes to playing with smaller dogs. I jump around and give my best play bow and if that doesn’t work, I give a little nudge with my nose and sometimes a soft bark. This is how I try to get foster mom Jenn to play with me too. When I was first rescued I was nervous around this human lady but after about a week of observing I came out of my shell and haven’t looked back since. I sometimes get the zoomies and race around the yard but most of the time I am a low key lay on the cool floor kinda girl. When it’s time to go outside to potty I do a little happy dance right to the door. I also do the happy dance when it’s time to come back in. I’m just happy spending time with this human lady. Go for a walk on a leash? Ok, let’s go. Or a ride in the car? I’m all in. We have worked on me getting in and out of the car and I can do that all by myself now. Stay in and watch a movie? Give me a soft place to lay down and I will snuggle right in. Stairs. Well they are still a work in progress but I’m getting better every day. I love to play with toys and make foster mom laugh with all my quirky facial expressions. I mean, who can resist my head tilt? I would love to find a family that I could do all these things with forever. Can you help me find them please?
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