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Thank you to all adopters who provided wonderful homes for Dobes in need.




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Welcome to Florida Doberman Rescue!

The Florida Doberman Rescue (FDR) web site showcases purebred Dobermans available for adoption from various affliated rescue groups and sometimes includes dogs in shelters and direct owner placements. Please note that each available dog has a specific contact name and e-mail address to aid in connecting potential adoptors to that individual dog's rescue group.

All dogs are screened for health and temperament before placed in foster homes. Foster homes allow Dobermans to learn how to "socialize" within a positive environment, receiving the care and attention needed. Once a Doberman is considered "ready", it is made available for adoption.

When a Doberman is being considered for adoption, the focus is on matching the right dog with a family or individual best suited for that specific dog. To assist us in best understanding your lifestyle, we request all adopters to fill out and submit an adoption application. Contact the individual group for their specific adoption application.

All Florida rescue groups operate on donations and persons willing to donate their time. All donations are tax deductible with a 100% of your donations going to animal rescue and welfare.

Give a Doberman that second chance! Adopt a Doberman and make a difference in your life and theirs.

Florida Doberman Rescue will work with you and your family to locate a companion Doberman. To start the adoption process, just download our application form, fill it out, and FAX it to the appropriate rescue group or e-mail them regarding a particular Doberman.