Supporting Doberman Rescue Across America
Cyber doberkisses to Lois Laughlin-Semple, a/k/a Auntie Dobe R. Mann of DoberToons for her generosity in donating the exclusive design for the t-shirt. As usual, Lois has captured the true nature of the Dobermans wit and character! Follow the adventures of the DoberToons Gang at www.dobertoons.com.
The order form has now been updated to include a patch with the new design, as well as the “Colors of Doberman” design and DPCA Rescue clickers.
The DPCA (Doberman Pinscher Club of America) Rescue Committee solicits funds to help support Doberman Rescue throughout the United States. The DPCA is a 501c3 nonprofit organization; donations made to DPCA Rescue may therefore be tax deductible – please consult your tax advisor. DPCA Rescue distributes funds to individuals and Doberman Rescue organizations who request a subsidy for certain medical expenses incurred for rescue Dobermans in their care. DPCA Rescue provides information to assist people in establishing and operating Doberman Rescue groups and maintains a list of Doberman Rescue individuals and organizations. DPCA Rescue encourages responsible Doberman Pinscher ownership by educating actual and prospective Doberman Pinscher owners concerning the problems of overpopulation and abandonment.
This site is designed be a resource for Rescuers, Adopters, Placement, and Doberman Rescue Supporters.
- A Rescuer is someone who saves Doberman Pinschers and adopts them out to other people.
- An Adopter is someone looking for a Doberman Pinscher to adopt into his/her family.
- Placement occurs when a Doberman Rescuer helps establish contact between a person needing to get rid of a dog and an Adopter.
- Supporters are people who help DPCA Rescue financially.
Doberman Rescue needs all of you. Thank you for your interest and support.
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educational and scientific material on these pages as a service to its
membership and to the general public but does not endorse those materials,
nor does it guarantee the accuracy of any opinions or information contained
therein. The opinions expressed in the materials are strictly the opinion of
the writer and do not represent the opinion of, nor are they endorsed by,
the Doberman Pinscher Club of America. Health and medical articles are
intended as an aid to those seeking health information and are not intended
to replace the informed opinion of a qualified Veterinarian