Ollie 3045's Web Page

Doberman Pinscher (short coat)  : :  Male  : :  Adult


More Pics...

I would love you more than you can imagine.
Please adopt me!

Sponsor This Pet

Bookmark and Share

Learn more about the Doberman Pinscher.

My Rescue
Login to Remember your Favorite Animals and Breeds!

About Ollie 3045

  • Status: Available for Adoption (adoption info)
  • Species: Dog
  • Rescue ID: 3045
  • General Color: Black with Brown, Red, Golden, Orange or Chestnut
  • Ear Type: Natural/Uncropped
  • Tail Type: Long
  • Current Size: 45 Pounds
  • Current Age: 6 Years (best estimate)
  • Microchipped: Yes
  • Fence Required: Yes
  • Owner Experience Needed: Breed
  • Reaction to New People: Friendly

3/5/24   Ollie is still looking for a home of his own. He is doing really well and would like to have another dog to be his friend in his new home. Ollie loves to be near his person. A fenced yard mandatory due to his history as a stray. If you are looking for a sweet, calm second dobie, Ollie may be your guy.

08/28/23 Remember Ollie ??? From over a year on the streets of Miami (March 2023)  to a foster home. His amazing foster has been working with him and just sent us this :

Emaciated, scared, and heartworm positive, Ollie was rescued from the streets of Miami-Dade county earlier this year.  After seeing no improvement while being housed at the DRL kennels, Ollie was moved to a foster home in mid-May.  With 3 months of stability, routine, regular meals, and love, Ollie has gained weight and successfully completed 3 heartworm treatments.  His eyes now sparkle, his long natural tail wags a couple of times a day instead of staying tightly tucked between his legs, his floppy natural ears perk up when his name is called, he prances on his walks outside rather than always seeking a hiding space in the bushes, he smells the air, and enjoys slowly meeting new people and dogs.  On night walks now, he even tries to chase the neighborhood cat, but he leaves him alone during the day.  Hmmmm.

Ollie does not like change.  Putting a box or chair where it doesn’t normally belong is enough to make him not eat for a day.  But Ollie championed through a recent 2 weeks of stress-inducing changes including another dog in the house for a week, out of town overnight visitors, temporary furniture re-arrangement, kenneling, a house party, and an overnight dog-sitter.  It looks like at this point, the more life we throw at him, the more interested in everything Ollie becomes.  He even sniffed the toy box yesterday!  But don’t squeak or throw a toy—Ollie still runs as far away from it as possible. 

Ollie is not a Velcro Dobe, but although he does not yet seek attention or touch, he does welcome and enjoy it.  And he likes to know where all his people are at all times.  He won’t follow you INTO the bathroom, but he’ll make sure he knows you are safe in there.  He’s such a good boy.

Ollie still has a couple more vet checks and needs to be neutered, but he's getting closer, every day, to being ready for adoption. #fostersaveslives #fosterareheros  www.doberescue.net

4/26/23 Hello Everyone just an update " Ollie" who was found very sick and fending for himself in Miami had a tough week. He is doing better but has been with our vet for 6 days after not eating. He has advanced heartworm disease and is being treated with the slow kill method, and was severely emaciated and still needs to gain weight. Now we will put him on special gastro food.

He is going to require a very experienced foster to help him gain confidence.
Donations to cover his hospital stay and food and on going care is needed and appreciated.

4/4/23. Ollie needs a local medical foster to nurse him through his heartworm treatment, neuter and restore him to health. He will not be available for adoption until he has recovered completely.

3/28/23 He is staying at vet's office on fluids and vitamins through the weekend. "Ollie" around 4 or 5 rescued after having to be trapped in Miami gardens. He is skin and bones heartworm positive and has a old injury to his leg possible hit by car. He is scared but no aggression what so ever. Heartworm treatment alone is $1200.00 without vaccinations and and neutering down the road. He definitely needs some groceries. A number of good people helped in his rescue it takes a village. If you can donate to help cover the costs of his care we appreciate it as we have a lot of medical dogs in our care right now and others waiting for the perfect forever home.

More about Ollie 3045

Good with Dogs, Good with Adults, Requires a yard, Timid, Affectionate, Needs a companion animal

Special Needs: Heartworm positive, needs to be neutered, problem with left leg

Not every dog is available for adoption or need a foster - some are wards of the rescue (usually due to medical reasons, but sometimes behavioral). These dogs will always be supported by DRL. We welcome financial support for these dogs. Here are links to foster and adoption applications for those dogs who need a foster home or adoptive home.

Foster Application                        Adoption Application

Other Pictures of Ollie 3045 (click to see larger version):

Ollie 3045 Ollie 3045 Ollie 3045 Ollie 3045