• Age:  8 months
  • Weight:  50 pounds
  • Gender:  Male
  • Dogs:  Friendly
  • Cats:  Very playful, so may chase
  • Kids:  Unknown
  • Obedience:  Required to ensure success
  • Exercise:  Active
Sponsor Nore by purchasing: 

Jennifer Dedes
Michelle Nacheman

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Nore (rhymes with more) is an adorable all-natural silver/fawn colored Doberman/Weimaraner cross.  He’s the best of both worlds with the sporting and working breeds all rolled in one!  This 8-month-old male pup was relinquished to a shelter by a person who forgot how much work puppies are.  Nore is definitely a super sweet puppy that seems to get along with anyone he encounters. Unfortunately, he developed a temporary skin issue called strangles, which made his eyes and snout become very painful and hard to look at.He was quite unhappy and uncomfortable. He saw a dermatologist, who prescribed some meds, and he is already doing so much better! He just needs to finish the meds and get a recheck in a few weeks in Buffalo Grove, but he’s all ready to go! He will not have a relapse of this since it’s mainly a puppy condition. In his foster home, he gets along with the other dog, but he’s a little possessive of his stuff, so he’d even be fine as an only dog. Nore is housebroken and crate trained. He gets a little too excited when he sees other dogs walking on a leash, so he’d prefer his own yard to run around in instead of leash walks in a busy neighborhood. He has no history with kids, and we are still assessing his manners. When tested with a cat, he was playfully interested, so he might chase. As a puppy, he will require training to ensure his success.  His foster mom has already taught him sit and high five, so he will be an excellent student.

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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