Dedicated To Dobermans Rescue
Duke is an adorable 8 month old Doberman mix puppy available for adoption from Dedicated to Dobermans Rescue. He's a very loving boy with typical puppy energy and he loves to play. He is neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, and his foster mom says he is the sweetest puppy on the planet. Duke is a smart boy and he's potty trained, adjusting well to crate training, and getting better at walking on the leash. He loves people, kids, and other dogs. He will need a fenced-in yard and he's being fostered in Indianapolis. Duke's adoption fee is $200 and we adopt to In, Il, Mi, Ky, Oh.
Rocky is an 8 month old blue Doberman puppy that joined Dedicated to Dobermans Rescue as his family could not keep him. This all-natural boy is neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped. He's a typical puppy with lots of energy, so he requires a fenced-in yard. He's potty trained, crate trained, and rides well in the car. Rocky is a velcro-Dobe that loves people and does best with kids over 9 years old. He runs and runs in the yard and then content to snuggle with his family. He loves to play with dogs of all sizes and he loves his ball. Rocky does not do well with cats as he just wants to chase them. He learns quickly and knows a few basic commands, and walks well on a leash. This pup is being fostered in Indianapolis, In and we adopt to In, Il, Ky, Oh, Mi. His adoption fee is $400.
Buster is a handsome 1.5 year old Doberman and he's looking for his forever home from Dedicated to Dobermans Rescue. He's vaccinated, microchipped, heartworm negative, and neutered. He's a sensitive Dober-boy, and he loves to cuddle and snuggle. Buster's favorite toy is his tennis ball, but he also loves to play tug with the dog in his foster home and run in the back yard. He's crate trained and doing great with potty training. Buster has typical puppy energy so he'll need a fenced-in yard and children over 7 yrs old in his new family. He does well with other large female dogs, but no small dogs or cats. He's being fostered in Indianapolis and his adoption fee is $200.
Belle's adoption fee has been sponsored**
This sweet girl is waiting for her forever home from Dedicated to Dobermans Rescue, and her adoption fee is $0! While Belle is very Thankful for her awesome foster mom, she really wants a family of her own. This 2 year old gal is very well behaved in the house and knows many commands like sit, down, wait, shake, and leave it! She's potty trained, crate trained, and can also be left out in the house with no issues. She loves people, kids, medium and large dogs, but she does like to chase the cats. Belle enjoys going for walks and playing with her toys, but her favorite activity is snuggling on the couch. She only weighs 40 lbs and is spayed, vaccinated, microchipord, and heartworm negative. Belle's adoption fee has been sponsored so it's $0 and we adopt to In, Il, Oh, Ky, Mi, Wi. She is fostered in Indianapolis, In.
Daisy is 1 of the 140 dogs saved from a Korean meat farm last month from Humane Society International, and she's now safe with Dedicated to Dobermans Rescue. This sweet girl is starting to settle in after living in cages off the ground and a lot of traveling. This mastiff just turned a year old so she'll have a long and happy life ahead of her, and lots of growing still! She is heartworm negative, vaccinated, microchipped, and spayed. Daisy does great with mellow dogs that give her plenty of space to adjust. This big puppy needs someone with a lot of patience and understanding when transitioning to new places and also previous experience with extra-large breeds. She is very gentle with kids and does best with ages 6 and up. Daisy loves to play ball and run in the backyard with the other mastiffs in her foster family. She is crate trained and working on gaining confidence on a leash, so she will absolutely need a fenced-in yard. She is being fostered in Indianapolis, In and her adoption fee is $200.
Bo just turned a year old this summer and due to divorce, he's available for adoption from Dedicated to Dobermans Rescue. This cute Dober-boy is neutered, vaccinated, heartworm negative, and microchipped. Bo is potty trained, crate trained, and knows some basic commands. He's good with well-behaved medium to large, female dogs after slow introductions, but no small dogs or cats. He is a typical puppy so he's best with kids over 8 years old, so he doesn't accidentally knock them down or play too rough. Bo will need a fenced-in yard so he can run and play and burn his puppy energy. He is fostered in Indianapolis, In we adopt to In, Il, Oh, Mi, Ky. His adoption fee is $300 and the first step to adopt is filling out an application www.DedicatedtoDobes.com