Utah is a beautiful 108 pound, 5 year old Doberman/Mix who is 100% all heart. He is a big suck and is extremely good with kids and other dogs. He hasn’t been tested with cats.
Once upon a time, Utah was a loved member of a family. The family bought him from a farm at 8 weeks however as the years went by he was slowly more and more neglected as the family decided to have children and their schedules got busy (an all too typical excuse). Utah craved attention however he got none! Utah needed more than they could provide; he wanted to live his life by going to to dog parks and at the very least be taken on walks. Those routines became nonexistent for poor the poor boy.
Utah didn’t pass any judgment however and has remained a wonderful dog that deserves a wonderful forever home. Because of his size and activity level he would be best with an active family or couple who enjoy long walks/hikes and dog park outings.
His foster mommy says that after their daily walks, and that he loves to snuggle by her feet or play the role of a lapdog. (sounds like the Doberman in him!!)
Utah is a gentle giant who is good on and off leash. He is well mannered inside, outside and on leash. He is completely house broken; is fine being left alone; comes with complete vet records (beginning when he was 8 weeks).
Utah is extremely healthy, and is up to date with all shots, neutered and tested negative for Heart worm.
He’s loved by anyone who meets him and really deserves a happy ending/
If you are interested in meeting this lovely boy please contact T.E.A.M Dog Rescue volunteer, Ashley Hyslop at 647 458 0220.
** He is currently in Foster home in the Queen West neighborhood in downtown Toronto *
We are a foster-based, Not for Profit Dog Rescue based across Durham Region & Toronto (GTA).
To be compassionate towards all living beings, to strive to be the best we can be in the rescue work we do. Rescue work with integrity and respect.
Provide a safe haven for dogs of all kinds that need a safe and nurturing environment to hang out while searching for their forever homes.
This not-for-profit organization is dedicated to helping dogs find a safe haven while they wait for their “furever” homes. We will continue to help and pull dogs from the high kill shelters in Canada and the shelter organizations abroad that offer humanitarian aid to dogs in need.
Never underestimate the power of a small dedicated group of people to change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”
– Margaret Mead, PhD
T.E.A.M Dog Rescue works with an amazing group of animal lovers who network and work together in the best interest of the animals.We network through Facebook, we are all volunteers, and do it through our love for the animals. Our hearts and souls sing when we have happy endings and animals are placed in a warm and loving home.