Kuji

  • Age:  8 years
  • Color:  Red
  • Gender:  Male
  • Dogs:  Prefers females
  • Cats:  Seems good
  • Kids:  12 and up
  • Obedience:  Always recommended
  • Exercise:  Moderate
  • Fence:  Pulls on the leash
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Because we are all volunteers, Illinois Doberman Rescue Plus only considers approved applicants to meet our orphans in our foster homes. Please read our eligibility requirements and apply on our website: www.ildoberescue.com/adopt.  After an application is submitted, additional inquiries can email dobes@ildoberescue.com

Kuji came to IDR+ after he was surrendered to a shelter in SC. The face wound on some of his early photos is from his small dog roommate at the shelter. Kuji didn’t fight back when the little dog was hurting him as they were doubled up in a kennel run. We often get asked if our dogs are good with kids, but we have to ask if the kids in question are good with dogs. In Kuji’s case, the resident grandkids were allowed to pull his ears and act inappropriately with him, so instead of showing children the right way to act around a dog, Kuji lost his home for the past 8 years. By the looks of the sores on his body, he probably spent a lot of time lying on concrete, so he is hoping for a nice dog bed inside. Kuji has a beautiful gait, and we enjoy watching him glide across the yard and then ungracefully plop to the grass and roll around. The SC shelter reported him not being a fan of other male dogs, but not being neutered will contribute to that attitude. We can place Kuji with a nice female instead once he is fully vetted. He passed the cat test, and he can be placed with older kids who know how to act around dogs. He needs some practice walking nicely on the leash because he is big and strong. But he’s also a big softie when he squeaks his favorite Wubba toy to comfort him.

The biographical information provided is correct to the best of our knowledge while the animal is in our care or includes what may have been provided by a previous owner. We strive to be honest and accurate, but animals can change their personalities and behavior when they settle into a new home. IDR+ makes no guarantees based on the information we observe and provide.

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