Celeste is currently in foster in Western Washington. Celeste Cardi is a 2-yr-old, 54-lb Doberman. She is a semi energetic, reserved , affectionate gal who loves her adult kind humans! She is crate trained, house trained and likes walks. She is a great companion for an active person (bonds quicker … to females) with a 6-ft securely fenced yard. Doberman experience is required. She is an indoor family dog. She will like walks, car rides and dog beds. She loves her humans companionship indoors. She will require daily walks or runs with her active human. No rentals or children under 15 years of age. No cats! She likes calm adult male dogs of her size. Note – her ears are sensitive and have to stay at a natural state and she has been tormented by small children. Celeste Cardi is a beautiful Doberman girl who is sure to win your heart! She loves car rides and sticking her nose out the window. She’s such a cuddle bug so couch snuggles are a must! She walk fairly well on leash but could use some refreshers on her basic training! Previous Doberman experience is required and a six foot privacy fence! No children; no cats! Celeste Cardidoes not get along with other female dogs but is okay with some males. Celeste was very quick to fall in love with her foster moms male pitbull. It should also be noted that Celeste has very sensitive ears and does not like them touched! She had bad experiences with children in the past “meowing” in her ears. We would recommend a salmon kibble diet for Celeste as she has some dandruff/itchy skin! If Celeste Cardi sounds like a good match for you please fill out an application! All adopted pups and dogs are transported by our transport unit to WA/OR families when fully vetted, spayed/neutered and microchipped. For information on how to adopt me, please contact my foster parents at [email protected] L&S Dog Diggity Rescue is headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, where there are over 350,000 homeless pets. We save homeless and abandoned dogs and find them loving forever homes in other areas, where pet homelessness is not epidemic. All of our pets are located here, in San Antonio, and we partner with rescues to provide transportation for our pets to their new homes. Our adoption fee includes vet care (vaccinations, spay/neuter, microchipping, etc), as well as transportation and health certificate. Please contact us to ask about our adoption process and our adoption fees. The rescue will contact you once the application is received. Although we strive to answer everyone, due to the high volume of inquiries we receive, we cannot guarantee a response to all emails. Filling out the application is the only way and ensures a response from the rescue. In addition, while you are emailing us, if others apply, you lose out adopting the dog you chose. We have hundreds and hundreds of puppies/dogs available so there really is no need to apply anywhere else. However, if you are applying or have applied anywhere else, we do need to know that. SHANYE’S FOSTERS is a group of foster parents in the Olympia/Tumwater area. We foster dogs for rescues and assist them in adopting/rehoming of their pups/dogs by listing on this site. Many dogs posted here are available to pre adopt NOW directly from the rescue. The only ones in foster in the NW specifically state that. We have very few fosters so most need to be pre adopted. All adoption fees go towards rescuing more dogs in need. No one receives a salary. Shayne’s Fosters is not responsible for any experience you have with any dog you might see posted on this site. They are the property of the sponsoring rescue who will supply all medical supporting records which is given with each dog when adopted. Our adoption fees cover all medical costs to make sure the pups are appropriately vaccinated, microchipped, dewormed, and spayed/ neutered. It also covers the cost of transportation from Texas and the necessary health certificate documentation. The fees also include a negative heart-worm test for any dogs over 6 months. Some dogs/pups have additional medical, including but not limited to FHO, ACL, hernias, dental, and a myriad of other vetting. If the adoption fees seem high (which never cover the true cost of rescue), we recommend fostering for a good rescue. Fostering ensures you incur no vet bills and no boarding fees. We are always in need of good fosters. We are all volunteers who donate our time and resources to help save as many dogs/pups as we possibly can. Thank you for choosing to adopt a rescue pup/dog. Worldwide over 1/2 or 1 billion puppies/dogs are PTS yearly, thousands and thousand daily (yes entire litters, pregnant/nursing moms are PTS daily just in U.S. shelters; yes even entire litters of puppies yes DAILY in many US shelters!). We firmly believe there is NO breed other than rescue for all species. Thank you for being part of the village it takes to save these precious lives.
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered
Good in a home with
Prefers a home without