A national Doberman Pinscher rescue was established in 1975 due to the sudden rise in registrations of the breed. Due to irresponsible breeders and owners, literally thousands of Dobermans are still abandoned in shelters every year. THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE. Rescue dogs who are loved and given consistent, gentle and fair guidance bond readily with their new families.
ADPC currently does not take in Dobermans from shelters or owner surrenders. We do, however, raise funds to help licensed 501(c)3 Doberman rescue organizations with veterinary bills related to the high cost of medical care.
The Atlanta Doberman Pinscher Club established Atlanta Doberman Pinscher Rescue on February 7, 2006. Below are some of the dogs we have helped.
Donations may be made via Zelle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Capone, from Doberman Rescue of Rockdale GA
Was malnourished and heartworm positive.
Jack Dempsey, from Doberman Rescue of Rockdale GA. Jack was malnourished, VWD positive and had Wobblers Syndrome.
Auriela Second Chance Rescue Battleground WA 7mos old VWD positive, Wobblers Syndrome and Hip Dysplasia. Sadly She made it to rescue to late and passed away.
Faith Doberman Rescue League Inc Florida. Faith was malnourished and covered with mange.
Elliott Doberman Rescue of Nebraska Elliott was abused malnourished. His scares could tell a life time of stories only a year and a half old.
Meet Baby Sherman United Doberman Rescue Minnesota. Sherman was born into rescue. When he was 8 wks old he was adopted. Then after 3 wks the families other dog attacked him. He had to have his eye removed, surgery for a broken jaw and has multiple bone fragments in his eye sockets.
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