Migo is a 16-month-old Doberman boy with a big heart and lots of energy. He is playful, smart, and a tad bit goofy. Migo is crate-trained and has been around children since he was only a couple of months old. Life happened, and we were forced to make the decision to move into a smaller rental for the time being. This means we no longer have adequate interior space or a yard for Migo.
Our current residence also has a policy restricting certain breeds. We are trying to do what is right without losing a member of our family. So we're looking for a place to temporarily foster our boy until we are able to bring him home. The perfect situation would be a home with a yard for him to roam about and someone who wouldn't mind allowing us to take him for walks, hike, etc.
We would love to be able to take him to his training classes when available as well. We don't want to lose contact with our boy while we wait to find our forever home and welcome him back.
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