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Relocation Service & Doberman Rescue Organizations

If you thought a Doberman was going to fit into your lifestyle but situations in your life have changed, you may not be able to properly care for the adolescent or grown dog. We want to help any owner - whether you purchased one of our pups or someone else's, even rescue Dobes.

At no cost, send us information on your dobe along with pictures and a notice will first be posted on our Facebook page. If no leads are produced from that, we will put a notice on this site's home page of your dobe's availability. Again, no cost. Any leads will be forwarded to your contact email address.

If you are looking for a Doberman and we do not have a litter available, be sure to check for updates on the Current Availability page. Dobermans looking to be relocated will appear on the home page. Who knows, the perfect Doberman may soon be waiting for you!

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NOTICE: Shelters may post here FREE to announce pups that need a home. Send your announcement to:

Note: Garrett's Dobermans does not receive anything for this posting. We were simply told about the litter and posted it out of our own free will. We do ask that you let them know how you found out about the litter. It is our good intention to work with shelters in the future as we do not want bad things happening to these wonderful creatures!!

Pet Adoption Information

When you're looking to add a pet to your life, consider adopting a homeless animal from your local shelter. Whether you want a puppy or a more mature dog, a purebred or a one-of-a-kind mixed breed, your shelter has the best selection of animals anywhere—all screened for good health and behavior. Most shelters will even help you with spaying and neutering.

Adopting from a Purebred Rescue Group
If you have your heart set on a specific breed of dog, consider adopting from a purebred rescue group. >>MORE<<

All Grown Up: The Unique Joys of Mature Pets
Sure, puppies are cute, but they eventually all grow up. Adult animals can be every bit as adorable, with more of the qualities you want in a lifelong friend. >>MORE<<

Bringing Your New Dog Home
If you recently adopted a dog, or are planning to add a canine companion to your home soon, follow these guidelines to increase the chance of making it a smooth transition for you and your pet. >>MORE<<

Selecting the Right Pet for You—Pure or Mixed Breed
Dogs fall into two categories -- Purebreds or Mixed breeds.
Click on >>MORE<< for information to help you decide which type of pet is right for you. >>MORE<<

What to Consider Before Adopting a Pet
Sharing your life with an animal companion is a wonderful experience, but think before you adopt a pet. Here are some things to consider before bringing a furry friend home. >>MORE<<

Non-profit Organizations List Your Site Here Free!
If you know of a good non-profit organization, send us the link!
(If you discover that any of the links below are not working, please send us a brief email saying which organization is no longer active. Thanks!)

-- Doberman Rescue Organizations --

Organizations by Country:

Link: National DPCA Rescue Website (USA)

Link: Doberman Pinscher Rescue USA & Canada

Link: Doberman Assistance Network, Inc.

Doberman Rescue Assistance
Heather Cole, Port Hope, ON. (905-797-3087)

Organizations by State:



Doberman Rescue of Arizona
Dorothy Lechuga, 2618 E. Sweetwater Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85032 480-951-1155


Link: Doberman Pinscher Rescue

Link: Dogworks Canine Rescue

Link: Doberman Rescue of New Mexico
This organization has a volunteer base in Colorado as well as New Mexico placing dogs in both states.

Doberman Pinscher Club of Rocky Mountain Area Rescue
Nancy Melichar, 8358 W 62nd Pl, Arvada, CO 80004 303-421-9074


Link: Delaware Valley Doberman Pinscher Assistance, Inc.

Link: Florida Doberman Rescue

Link: Doberman Rescue League, Inc.


Doberman Pinscher Club of Hawaii Rescue
Skip & Hiroko Lee, 95-204 Na'aualii Pl., Mililani, HI 96789 808-626-0672


Link: Illinois Doberman Rescue

Northwest Indiana Doberman Rescue
Eileen Wayte, 6103 Minnesota Street, Hobart, IN 46342 219-947-9852



Kentucky Doberman Rescue
Jennifer Boysen, Director - 502-485-0731

Link: Gulf Coast Doberman Rescue, Inc.


Link: Doberman Assistance, Rescue and Education

New England Doberman Rescue
PO Box 107, Groveland, MA 01834 978-373-8899






Link: Doberman Rescue of Nebraska


New Hampshire:
Link: Doberman Rescue Unlimited, Inc.

New Jersey:

New Mexico:
Link: Doberman Rescue of New Mexico

New York:

North Carolina:
Link: Doberman Rescue of North Carolina, Inc.

Link: Doberman Rescue of the Triad

North Dakota:


Link: Doberman Rescue Group, Inc.

(405) 373-2331


Link: Damon's Den Dobe Rescue of Western PA

Rhode Island:

South Carolina:
Link: Caradobe Doberman Rescue Organization

South Dakota:

Link: East Tennessee Doberman Rescue

Texas Doberman Rescue
Questions about adopting or about an application that you have submitted,
Email Chylynn: dobermanrescue@hotmail.com

Adding a dog to the shelter or referral page,
Email Martha: elfe@gte.net

Want to tell us about a dog in a shelter or ask about having us take a dog,
Email Julie: julie.munford@att.net

Questions or comments about the new building or the website,
Email Bruce: bruce.rogers@att.net

Phone: (972) 606-1510

Link: Houston Area Doberman Rescue, Inc.
Cindy Roth, President -- cindy@hadr.org
Didi Carpenter, VP -- didicarp@flash.net

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Link: Doberman Rescue of North America

Link: Brazos Valley Doberman Rescue
College Station, TX 77845 979-776-6216

Dobie Haven Inc
Corpus Christi, TX 78410 361-241-2459

Link: Utah Dobes


Link: Blue Ridge Doberman Rescue
P.O. Box 232254
Centreville, VA 20120-8254
Phone: (703) 753-6409


Washington, D.C.:
Link: Doberman Assistance, Rescue, and Education

West Virginia:



Other Listings for Dobermans Available:
Link: Quality Dogs - Rescue Link for Dobermans

Link: DogSaver.com - Doberman Rescue Listings for USA & Canada

November 10, 2007 -

My husband brought home a Red Doberman puppy that he rescued from well, let's just say an awful place. We took him straight to the vet and other than a non-contagious skin condition (being taken care of) the puppy we call Zeke is in very good health. The puppy is 3-1/2 months old.

The question I have for you is when is the latest you can have the ears cropped? I saw in one of your many gorgeous puppy pictures a larger, older, Doberman with it's ears taped. Any information you can give would be greatly appreciated. Oh, by the way Zeke has a housemate .. a miniature pinscher, 6 years old named Anastasia (we call her Asia).
Thank you for your time,


So glad to hear you were able to provide a much needed home for Zeke. The older dobe with the ears wrapped had corrective surgery done on an ear that had been cropped as a younger pup, but did not stand. I think 13 to 14 weeks old is about the end of the opportune time to have the ears cropped. I would suggest finding a vet near you that does ear crops and bring Zeke in for an evaluation to determine if they can crop the ears and what are the chances of them standing.

Not sure this was much help. All the best --

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