This boy was adopted from
Dogs Hope Rescue
in North Carolina
|I hope you will consider adopting a doberman that does not necessarilly meet all of your desired critera - such as cropped ears, or not the color you think you want. Maybe you might even consider an older dog or even a mix. They can all make great pets if you nurture them and love them.
To those of you who have shared stories and pictures
with me - I love them.
In addition to the states pages see:
Basic Rescue Information
Doberman Rescue Organizations & information about Doberman Rescue
Rescue Representatives: complete listing by state
Pinscher Club of America - Rescue Directory
Petfinder.org lists dogs available by breed and zipcode. - dogs, cats, etc. in animal shelters, search by breed. Search by zipcode, breed.
If you are looking for a doberman you can:
Visit the page for your state
pages to find contacts for your area.
Dobermans are currently available in pounds, shelters,
rescue facilities, and foster homes all over the United States and
Visit your local animal control facilities
and contact your local rescue groups if you are interested in adding
a doberperson to your life.
Check with your local shelters. See Petfinder (put in your zipcode, search by breed) and
PetHarbor (by zipcode).
See also Kyler Laird's list of animal shelters for a local listing.
If you need to place your doberman, please go to the state page, or Canada to find a contact for your area. Contact the rescue for your area first.