Midas is a fawn boy surrendered by his owner to an Ohio county shelter.  He’s 9 years old, but he hasn’t seen the memo!  He’s loves people, loves to play with other dogs, loves to discover new things, and loves to please his humans. 
He was very nervous at the shelter with all the noise and commotion, but settled into his foster home quickly.  He’s very even-tempered, even with a sometimes grumpy younger male dog in his foster home. 
Midas is definitely a Velcro dobe, wanting to keep his humans in sight, and he also seems to benefit from having another dog in his environment. 
He is almost bald, having developed a bacterial infection on his skin, probably resulting from substandard nutrition.  His skin is now healing with medicated baths, an antibiotic, good groceries and a calmer environment in which he’s relaxed.  Some new growth is showing in his coat.
Midas is heartworm negative, being dewormed, and will have additional evaluations for dental needs, some lumps and skin growths.  He’s back on track with his vaccinations. 
He’s a food motivated boy!  String cheese and stinky treats definitely get his undivided attention, although he’s not fond of green beans. 
An adopter with Doberman experience would probably be best for Midas.  He’ll try all the Dobe tricks to get his way, even though he does it sweetly.  He’s got that Dobe “stare” down to a science!