Where’s Waldo?

Well its hard not to know where Waldo is, he is 20 lbs. heaver and a very active male mix of mostly European Doberman with a little Wiermaraner thrown in. Reesie’s passing had bothered Sue and I more than I thought any pet would. I lost 8   pounds (Reesie’s last gift to me), the first week. So to fill the ache in our hearts, Sue, Syd, and I headed down to the Cincinnati Doberman rescue to see whats available. Syd was representing our Grandchildren for both approval and compatibility.  This is the place where Sue found Reesie, and it is here where we found the most laid back Dobie ever. So far Armand has poked, prodded, step on, pulled on, and petted gently while Waldo pretends like nothing is happening. Waldo is going through training for both an Invisible Fence and to learn commands. He seems very smart. Smarter than his owners who keep calling him either her or Reesie. That’s because Reesie has a very special place in our hearts. Waldo is going to find his own special place.


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