All persons that wish to rescue a Doberman must complete a ADOPTION RESCUE APPLICATION
Found in forms tab, onsite or by email;
*****When booking an appointment!*****
All family members in the home including other dog(s) should be present. Everyone should be 100% involved with the decision of expanding the family. We like to have appointments during daylight hours. This way you can see them interacting on the property with the other rescues, how they are on or off leash, recall, if they get along with your current family dog (if that applies to you), how they are with children, cats etc.• We are open for visits Monday- Saturday with a BOOKED appointment between the hours of 10-3pm .• You can book by email- , phone- 416 562 5019, or PM facebook message.• Please come dressed for the weather.
***Please note we adopt within a 5 hour radius of our rescue***
Close to 100 homeless and abandoned Dobermans each year find a new loving homes through DRO- you too can be a part of the solution.
Intact Dobermans not available.
All Rescues are in our care at DRO and a appointment must be made to come visit. 416-562-5019
We don't do holds, deposits, or first come first serve. We want whats best for each rescues needs. This is why we have applications and meet and greets. Looking at a photo and bio means very little until we have seen them interact with the families and other pets in the home. We do realize that this is very exciting time thinking about looking to bring a new dog into your home, but its not like going out and buying a new sofa. They all have unique personalities & corks just like all of us do. One dog that may not work for you will be the most amazing dog with another family. We ask that you be patient with us because sadly another rescue will come into our care while another happily goes home.
Duke is a 15 month old male, that sadly was to much for the young children in the home. Duke is on overdrive and needs space to roam, run and toys to keep him stimulated. He has been trained to run along side owner on bike and would definitely be good to try to treadmill train. He is crate trained, house broken and has taken puppy training classes. As mentioned previously Duke is not suitable for younger children in the home or with other animals. We are seeking an adult, experienced and active home. Duke takes time to welcome new people in his life but is easily persuaded by treats or a ball (especially his red ball, that's his favourite). We know that the right someone is out there, so please let us know if that someone might be you. Thanks for reading and considering this deserving young fellow.