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Name: Hiruekku Von Der Zahn (Ookie for short)Birthdate/Approx Age: March 13, 2001/ 9 Breed: Doberman PinscherColor: Red and rustM or F: FemaleSpayed/Neutered? SpayedAny shots? Yes, UTD Microchipped? Adopter will be required to chip within one month of adoption. Get along with cats? She will chase them if they run.Get along with other dogs? She is an alpha female so as long as they are submissive they get along.Get along with kids? She tolerates them to a point. Has this dog been around children under age 3? Yes. If yes, how do you feel he/she reacted? She was fine for the most part as long as they were good to her.Get along with all people? Mostly. She likes women better.Weight now? 82 lbsWeight full grown? SameWalks on Leash? Yes, tends to pull.Housebroken? Yes, with an occasional accident. Personality? Strong willed but not aggressive. Sweet and full of energy.List good traits. Protective, very loving, likes to be around people. Any Health Issues? She takes phenylpropanalomine twice a day. She has a hormone imbalance that makes her leak urine when she lays down. Common in older spayed females.Any bad habits? She takes things off the counter she thinks she should have. Like bread or apples. She gets into the garbage when left alone.Trained to what commands? Sit, lay down.Like Doggy Parks? Never been to one.Was this dog abused and how? NoHas this dog ever bitten anyone? NoAny dog aggression problems? She will bully other dogs. She plays rough and makes them mad.Any anxiety separation problems? Yes, she gets mad if she is left alone too long. She breaks out of crates and if she is in a kennel she barks a lot. Does this dog need a fenced in yard? YesWho would be the best kind of owner for this particular dog? Someone who is home most of the time and has experience with power breeds like Dobermans. Is this dog crate trained? Kind of, she can break out of most crates. If someone is home she doesn’t do it, only when left alone. Where does he/she stay when left home alone? Locked in the kitchen with a baby gate. Where does he/she sleep? On the bed or on her own doggy bed. Application and home visit required.