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DOBERMANN RESCUE
UK & EUROPE

Our Dobermann Rescue charity is committed to providing a safe haven for abandoned, abused, and neglected Dobermanns, and finding them loving, forever homes.

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DOBERMANN RESCUE
UK & EUROPE

Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome Dobermanns in loving forever homes where they will never again be unwanted, afraid, cold, abused or hungry, while also promoting responsible ownership and raising awareness about the breed.

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DOBERMANN RESCUE
UK & EUROPE

Help us to save, rehabilitate and rehome the dogs who need us the most.

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DOBERMANN RESCUE
UK & EUROPE

We are committed to making a positive difference in the lives of Dobermanns and the people who love them, and to being a voice for the breed in our community and beyond.

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Our Vision

Our Dobermann Rescue charity is committed to providing a safe haven for abandoned, abused, and neglected Dobermanns, and finding them loving, forever homes.

Our Mission

Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome Dobermanns in loving forever homes where they will never again be unwanted, afraid, cold, abused or hungry, while also promoting responsible ownership and raising awareness about the breed. We believe that every Dobermann deserves a second chance, and we are dedicated to providing them with the care and support they need to thrive. Through our rescue efforts, we aim to reduce the number of Dobermanns who are abandoned or mistreated, and to help ensure that every Dobermann has a loving and permanent home.

Our Team

Our team of dedicated volunteers and supporters is committed to providing high-quality care, training, and support to our rescued Dobermanns and to promoting responsible ownership through education and outreach programmes. We are committed to making a positive difference in the lives of Dobermanns and the people who love them, and to being a voice for the breed in our community and beyond. Help us to save, rehabilitate and rehome the dogs who need us the most. Sadly, there are always more dogs in need than we have resources to help.

Meet our latest arrivals..

  • Meet Dizzy

    Meet Dizzy

    She was found as a stray by her current owner, but she does not get on with her cat so she cannot keep her. She has reacted to a dog at the vet, and she does not like cats. She is fine with horses and friendly with people. More on  Dizzy to follow.

  • Meet Ozlo

    Meet Ozlo

    Ozlo is an entire brown and tan male, aged 3. He has come to us because of a relationship breakdown. He has been described as gentle and sweet with a goofy side. No aggression has been seen with any dogs and has little interest in chasing small furries. No idea with cats but due to…

  • Frankie – fostered

    Frankie – fostered

    Frankie has just arrived. More information to follow.

  • Pepper – fostered

    Pepper – fostered

    Pepper is 4 years old. She will need to be spayed but this cannot be done until March. Pepper will walk quietly past dogs and is very manageable, but she does not like dogs in her personal space, can’t say we blame her as she was used for breeding! So we are looking for a…

  • Dotty – fostered

    Dotty – fostered

    We are looking for special people for this great dog! Dotty is a wonderful spirited 5-year-old, who has flourished remarkably during her year with us at DRUE. She’s now eagerly awaiting a loving home of her own and someone to continue her training. She’s been overlooked for a year and we don’t want her spending…

Help us to rescue more dogs in need

As a small independent charity, we do not receive any funding and rely entirely on public donations. Every donation helps us to look after and re home more dogs in urgent need.

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