Table of Contents
- 1 Are there any Dobermans that need a home?
- 2 Is the Dobermann Trust an all breed rescue?
- 3 How old is Keera the Dobermann when she was rescued?
- 4 How old does Tessie the Dobermann need to be?
- 5 What do you need to know about adopting a Doberman?
- 6 Which is the oldest purebred Doberman rescue in Ohio?
- 7 Where can I find a home for a Doberman Pinscher?
- 8 How does hand me down Doberman rescue work?
Are there any Dobermans that need a home?
The following Dobermans are currently in our rescue program. To view our available Dobes go to our gallery (which includes our most recent rescues) or view the slide show (below). All Dobes are current on vaccinations, free of heartworms, have been spayed/neutered and are microchipped.
Is the Dobermann Trust an all breed rescue?
We try to publicise the Dobermanns who are in all-breed rescue centres around the country to help them find loving forever homes with experienced Dobermann owners. None of these dogs have been assessed by The Dobermann Trust and all information on them comes directly from the other rescues.
How old is Keera the Dobermann when she was rescued?
Keera is in the care of West Yorkshire dog rescu e having been rescued at the tender age of 12 weeks and sadly, now returned to rescue by owners who couldn’t cope with her energetic and boisterous ways. Keera needs an experienced home who are willing to invest some time in developing this girl to her full potential.
How old does Tessie the Dobermann need to be?
Tessie is a lovely friendly girl and despite her age she approaches everything like an 8 week old puppy. She needs a loving family who are home most of the day to take care of her, ensure she is fully socialised and trained and provide her with a lifetime of love and affection.
What do you need to know about adopting a Doberman?
Be assured that the decisions and recommendations regarding surrendering or adopting a Doberman are based primarily on what is in the best interest of the dog and are guided by many years of experience with this special breed. We care as much about the quality of life for all Dobermans in our program as we do our own dogs.
Which is the oldest purebred Doberman rescue in Ohio?
Hand Me Down Dobes is the oldest and largest purebred Doberman rescue in Ohio. Since 1994 our mission has remained the same – to rescue, rehabilitate and place Dobes into loving, forever homes. We follow the Doberman Pinscher Club of America’s Code of Ethics.
Where can I find a home for a Doberman Pinscher?
Doberman Rescue of the Triad was created to find homes for abandoned, abused and neglected Doberman Pinschers. Interested in adopting one of these truly loyal companions? Consider Doberman Rescue of the Triad.
How does hand me down Doberman rescue work?
Dobermans form strong bonds with their people even when neglected or mistreated. Aware of the emotional trauma they experience when losing their home, we place all of our rescues into caring foster homes where they receive the love, attention and time needed to emotionally heal before they find their forever home.