ADOPTED – Cane Corso Doberman Pinscher Mix Puppy Stow, Ohio
Bear has been adopted!
Bear is all that, and more! This 93 pound lap puppy is so sweet. He gets along so well with everyone – from tiny babies to strangers, other dogs, and cats, too.
Bear has had all of his veterinary care done. He is neutered, up to date on shots and micro-chipped. He is perfectly house broken, and very well behaved, although his “puppy exuberance” gets the better of him at times!
Bear is looking for a very loving family to adore him, and whom he can love right back. Because of his size, Bear can be something like a Bull In A China Shop, and will need owners who can be patient and consistent with him as he settles into being a more sensible boy.
Bear is as strong as, well, a bear! He really needs a lot of work on his leash training, as he will pull and it can be very difficult to stop him. You could probably hitch a cart and wagon to him – he’s that strong.
Bears’ ideal family will be people with rough and tumble kids aged 8 and up. He needs to be placed with people who owner their own home with a large, securely fenced yard. A quiet, country or very suburban setting will be great, as all the noise and goings on of the city tend to make Bear overstimulated.
This is one heck of a special dog that will provide his new family with so many wonderful things! Love, devotion, laughter companionship, and a sense of safety and protection.
Please offer Bear the loving home that he needs and deserves today!
Location: Stow, Oh, 44224
Type of Pet: Dog
Breed: Red Doberman/ cane corso
Age: 11 months
Color/Coat Type: Black/brown short haired
Size: 93 lbs
Health Issues: No
Behavior Issues: Yes
Neutered, Fully vaccinated, House Broken
Bear gets along with:
Babies, Toddlers, Small Children, Older Children, Dogs, Cats, Strangers
Very playful, lots of energy, thinks he’s a lap dog, good with kids and other dogs, not good on walks”a puller” just needs training really and unfortunately I can’t give that to him
Reason For Rehoming
Between work and kids we just don’t have enough time for what he needs