Hi, I'm Dorothy. I was adopted on June 25!

German Shorthaired Pointer Mix

Brown and White

Baby, Female

There’s no place like home! Dorothy is a 2-month-old German Shorthaired Pointer mix puppy that was raised in foster care with her mother Tippy and her six siblings. She will likely weigh 60-70 pounds as an adult. Dorothy is a sweet, mischievous and high-energy puppy that is smart and treat-motivated. She is starting to become familiar with the harness and leash, and for now she is pretty good at using a potty pad. Dorothy is more submissive than her brother Avery, and she will go belly-up when she’s unsure. She is a very friendly and outgoing puppy that enjoys meeting new people. She enjoys every sort of puppy toy and loves to chew. She also enjoys digging in the garden and she relishes uprooting your favorite plants!

German Shorthaired Pointers are known for being an extremely high-energy breed. A walk around the block is simply a warm-up for these dogs. They require serious daily walking, running, hiking, swimming or joining you for bike rides. They can be vocal and are not good apartment dogs. Obedience training is a must to prevent unwanted destructive behaviors. Due to their very bouncy and rowdy natures, they are not a good match for young children or older adults. These pups might be great candidates for agility training or advanced obedience training. If you are looking for a mellow couch potato, this dog is NOT for you! Dorothy is looking for an adopter that can continue her training. She is currently in foster care and meet and greets can be arranged ONLY after your online application has been approved.

Due to COVID and high demand, preference is given to residents of Monterey County and Santa Cruz County.

Dorothy has already been adopted!