September 25, 2013
Two years ago, Simon was in a Doberman rescue, waiting for a person who would come and choose him. Simon was strong-willed, not considered an easy Doberman to adopt. The rescue had classified him as a dog that could go only to an individual or family experienced with Dobermans. Things were looking rather bleak for Simon when Ken came to the rescue looking for the right Doberman. That day things turned in Simon’s favor; Ken chose him and began the process of training and socializing this special Doberman. With Ken’s firm guidance, along with his love and attention, Simon became a cherished family member. We think Simon hit the jackpot.
Circumstances for Ken have changed recently, and he is dealing with some financial hardships. He’s been living with his mom and Simon in a hotel due to having lost his home. Ken contacted us for assistance because he, his mom, and Simon are moving from the hotel into a place of their own. Moving with a dog is always challenging, but it can be particularly so with a large dog like a Doberman. Though Ken could return Simon to the rescue, he would consider that only as a last resort. It’s heartbreaking for him to think of living without Simon, so Ken came to us to ask for some assistance with expenses so that he can avoid this possibility.
Ken is a disabled Navy veteran, a guy who served his country, cares for his elderly mom, and adopted a Doberman who needed an experienced, dedicated owner. We’d like very much to help them during this transition time so that Simon can stay with his family.
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