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http://www.dpca.org/Rescue/

There's more, but this is a good start if you are interested in adopting a doberman from a rescue and giving it a new life.
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Illinois Doberman Rescue: www.ildoberescue.com





I can safely say I'm addicted to checking their website even though I won't be adopting for quite some time. I have met a few people and dogs from this rescue and they were very happy adopting through them.


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Houston Doberman Rescue. www.hadr.org

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http://www.dpca.org/Rescue/

There's more, but this is a good start if you are interested in adopting a doberman from a rescue and giving it a new life.
Eastern PA, NJ and Delaware:
Delaware Valley Doberman Pinscher Assistance Inc www.dvdpa.org

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Hello, This is Renee. I need to ask about re-homing a doberman. Now before you all judge me please understand that I have debated over this for several months. (I actually considered this once before when she was about 8months old.) I have tried to get Lexi into training and work more with her but we are just not the right match of owner and pet. After many talks with loved ones, friends, co-workers, trainers - anyone who will listen - I feel this is the best thing for the dog. Please understand that I really care about animals and this is very hard to do.
When I accepted this dog as a gift from an ex boyfriend I had a feeling I shouldn't. Owning any animal is a huge responsibility and you have to understand certain breeds. I knew a little about dobes but I'm really not the best fit for this dog. And, after 2 years I certainly have given it my best. I really DON'T want to put her in a foster home. I'd like for her to go from my home to her new home. I will tell anyone who is interested everything they want to know about her. Please let me know what to do.

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Renee, if you are in an area that has a reputable dobe rescue see if they will ASSIST you in re-homing your dog. You can do the same job that a rescue does, advertise your dog, you can find a generic application online etc. Also be sure to do a home check, vet reference and two personal references if you are going to screen homes yourself. Hopefully a local rescue will help.
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I know it is a tough decision, but please get in contact with a local rescue, they can be very helpful. we take owner turn ins as well as from shelters. all our dogs get vet checked (snipped if necessary, and get brought up to date on shots if necessary) they spend 10 days with foster to get a feel for their personalities to help us make a good march with ntier new forever homes.

If we don't have available fosters we also put available dogs who are staying with their current owners on our available dog list. this list goes out only to approved adopters.

so check with your local rescue, that is usually one of the first places folks look if they want to adopt a dobe, I am sure they will be helpful, to you.

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Than you, Mia and Codysmom. I broke down crying on Sunday morning after reading all the very kind and supportive emails. This is extremely hard to do but I realize now that a rescue would probably be the best. I was leary of them at first but if they will be kind and work with me I think it would be safer for Lexi. Thanks again.
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I thought some of you might find this interesting. It's a photo essay of DRU, the Dobie rescue organization where I adopted Harley.

http://muddypawstudio.smugmug.com/ga...83/1/124100087
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I need one in the Florida area. I want a Male
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Than you, Mia and Codysmom. I broke down crying on Sunday morning after reading all the very kind and supportive emails. This is extremely hard to do but I realize now that a rescue would probably be the best. I was leary of them at first but if they will be kind and work with me I think it would be safer for Lexi. Thanks again.
I would contact rescue and tell them that you would like to hold the dog until placed. Perhaps the will send someone to evaluate her. Evaluations are very helpful to rescue as to finding the most suitable home. Some dobes are best placed in experienced dobe homes or homes with no children or cats or even other dogs. They may even want to do the evaluation in their home. Also if they find she needs it sometimes they will have her fostered to get some additional training and socialization prior to placement. Most rescue's will do the best for your dog and have experience with dobes.

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Our rescuer org. in Hungary

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Unfortunately many dobes needs help.
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Thanx for all of the rescue info. Am torn between getting a pup and rescuing a Dobe, esp when you see how many sweet dogs are in need of a home. There is a blue boy at St Hubert's in Madison, taken from a home here in Mendham. Sad thing is he was tied up outside, and I know that the area his former owners lived in has had bear sightings (!). 8-yr-old sweet (according to staff) male, has been taken from this family at least twice before due to neglect. Have no idea why he was returned to them. No one is allowed to see him from outside of St Hubert's staff as the matter is before the courts, however when I was dropping off some food on Fri was told that no one showed up for the court date to claim him. Have been told to call every week to check on his availability. Will keep you posted. Manwhile, if there is anyone in the Madison, NJ area who might be interested in Paco, feel free to inquire about him.
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+1 for IDR!

I adopted Taz from them. First class organization.

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dog. That's all a man needs and I'm thankful to have all three.
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+1 for IDR!

I adopted Taz from them. First class organization.
Yeah for IDR! and for your Taz. I wasn't a volunteer at the time of my last post, but I have been for a while now, and they are indeed a great group.


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Although I did not get Gracie through them, they were easy to work with.


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BTW - I saw that Pacho has finally been put into St Hubert's custody and is now being fostered by DVDPA.
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+1 for IDR!

I adopted Taz from them. First class organization.
I volunter with IDR+ and have to agree :-)


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I got my 2 Dobes from these two rescues. Zip came from New Mexico Doberman Rescue of New Mexico, Inc. and Desi from Colorado Doberman Rescue of Colorado


I agree! I LOVE IL Doberman Rescue too!!!

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I have adopted (Cinder) and volunteered for several years for IDR+ as well - great organization. There is also a new rescue group in IL., Lean On Me Doberman Rescue Lean On Me Doberman Rescue that I want to let you all know about as well. We are very proud to be able to help Dobermans in need.
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