MEET OUR ADOPTABLE DOG FOR JANUARY—DUFFY!
Are you are looking to bring a new dog into your home?! Well, look no further and bring home this cute adoptable dog.
You can help change the life of this very deserving dog either by adopting her yourself or sharing her details with your friends!!
Duffy is a 2.5-year-old German Shepherd. She is super sweet and has a gentle soul. She LOVES to play ball and run around and is even good at entertaining herself.
Duffy is shy in new situations. So, she will need an owner who has experience working with shy dogs. She just needs a little extra love and patience (the world—especially vacuums and cats—can be a scary place).
Duffy has a very mellow temperament inside the house. She is also crate trained. But, she can jump a 4’ fence, so you’ll have to have a 6’ fence if you want to bring this baby home. She would be best as an only dog or with another mellow dog (so she doesn’t get all wound up). Her foster mom says that she isn’t a barker or at least Duffy hasn’t barked once since being with her foster mom. She is a very special girl and just needs to find her very special family.
Some more about Duffy:
If you are looking for a dog that will be by your loyal companion, Duffy is your girl!! She is currently in the Buffalo, MN, area and being fostered by United Doberman Rescue and Canine Castaways of MN.
If you think Duffy is a good match for you and your family, please consider applying to adopt her.
To learn more about Duffy:
To find out more about Duffy, please contact United Doberman Rescue and Canine Castaways of MN or Skylar’s Scholarships. And remember if she gets adopted in January, Dylan & Rainey will match the adoption fees paid for her!!
We will keep you updated throughout the month with updates and photos on social media, so make sure to follow us!
Their mission is to raise funds for rescues that have German Shepherds in their care that need medical procedures, special food needs, medication, or training. In addition to these efforts, they also support local K9 departments with funding for equipment to support their working dogs. This non-profit was inspired by Skylar, who has had her own health issues from a young age. There are so many needs that rescue organizations encounter but one of the biggest is funding for dogs with special medical needs.