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Storm is an honorary doberman in a Weimaraner body who has now been with us for over 2 1/2 years! He is a owner surrender that was bounced around 3 different homes because no one could keep up with his energy.

     Storm needs a very active owner that is willing to exercise him daily. He does have anxiety when he can't see his people but is not destructive but will bark constantly when left alone.       

    Storm will need a privacy fenced back yard of at least 6ft as he is a jumper. Storm loves people but he can not be in a home with other animals as he doesn't get along with other male or female dogs and he has a high prey drive for the small animals.       He will need a very special home that can give him what he needs.
    On a good note this boy absolutely loves to jump on trampolines and loves playing fetch and will return the ball. He does know several basic commands but does pull on leash but if you use the sit command to make him stop he does pretty well.      
He is a strong boy so no children should be taking him for walks alone. He would cuddle all day on a couch and bed with you. He is not a fan of storms ironically or fireworks.

     Storm is very protective of his family he will bark at people when passing in cars, drive throughs and on walks. After proper meetings are done he is fine with people coming up to him. He has been with children from ages new born to 13 and never had any issues.

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     Miss Moxie is an amazing 3 yr Dobie. She came to Saving Dobermankind in June and had been recently adopted but due to no fault of her own has been returned to the rescue. 

     Moxie was over weight and a little irritable when coming into rescue  once she arrived we sent her to a trainer for a board and train trainer who has now become her foster .  Her trainer felt something was wrong health wise so she took her to her vet to get her checked out.  She of course was very overweight, but she was diagnosed with Wobblers at her young age. She was in a lot of pain. Moxie received gold beads therapy, also is on Chinese herbs, and is doing quite amazing.

      Moxie is now fit, off leash trained and reliable, happy, spunky, loves the ball,  she loves running and jumping, as well as playing tug. She wants your undivided attention, cuddles, and to be your best friend.  She wants to be where her human is. She is crate trained and house trained.

     Moxie does needs a home with experienced doberman owners. She would do best in a home with without children as she is still learning where her body is as she never got to be a puppy. If she has a home with kids they must be 12 years old and above.  She would be better as an only dog as she is still getting spacial boundaries. She is does do well with other dobermans and even better if they are younger than her.  No cats or small dogs as she has a high prey drive, as well as stepping on them.
    Moxie is currently in Utah


     Reno was picked up as a stray by DAS here in Colorado and his owners never came looking for him. Reno is estimated to be around 11 months old currently and has been with us for 5 months now.

     Reno is a super sweet boy that loves everyone he meets after he warms up. He is good with other dogs but is very much a puppy. He does know a couple of basic commands but still needs work on his obedience training. He would truly make the perfect addition to any family that has doberman experience.

     We have learned that Reno is not a fan of needles in the shape of vaccines so when at the vet for vaccines it would be best for the vet to muzzle him.


     Cooper was originally from TX where he was hit and the leg damage was so bad that his right back leg had to be amputated so he is a tripod but don't let that fool you he doesn't know he is missing a leg.   

     Recently Cooper has returned to us after finding himself at our local shelter HSPPR and his original adopter never came to retrieve him. Cooper is now safe and sound back with us and looking for his forever home.

     Cooper is the sweetest boy you will ever meet. He gets along fine with all other dogs though he has never been around cats to our knowledge. Cooper is currently 1 yr 7 months old and guessed to be a doberman plott hound mix.

     Cooper definitely shows his doberman side more so than not and loves being with people. Even with his handicap he would be a excellent hiking partner and full of energy. He also loves to love fiercely and loves to lick.

     Cooper would be best with an experienced owner that can help him with boundaries and obedience. He would be a great dog to get into a sport with his energy as well.


     This poor boy has had the rough life but now he is getting ready for his best life. Viseryis is estimated to be around 2 years old. It's very possible when he was younger that he survived distemper in the streets of Mexico. 

    He is the sweetest boy you will ever meet. In the coming days he will have his leg evaluated as we are currently waiting for a ortho vet to review his records. We are unsure if he will be able to keep his leg at this time as he can bare very little weight on it but that does not stop him from getting anywhere he wants to go.

    Viseryis is about 50lbs and the smallest sweetest boy you will ever meet. Viseryis is still getting used the cold here in Colorado but he is picking up on basic commands quickly. He is crate trained and walks well on leash.


     Maverick is around 6 yrs old, cropped but has a natural tail. Poor Maverick has had a rough start at life.

     Currently he is Heart Worm positive and going through treatment.He will need to get his first injection on March 4th. . He will need to complete treatment before he can be neutered.

     Maverick is a super sweet boy that loves everyone he meets and is good with other dogs. The wrinkles on his forehead are from someone stitching his head to hold his ears up which has now caused scar tissue on his face causing permanent wrinkles.  

     Maverick needs a lot of work on his off leash skills and need to be on leash at all times when outside or he will run given the chance to get distracted.

     Currently Maverick is looking for a foster that will care for him until he can be adopted after he is fully vetted. It will be at least May before an adoption can be finalized. While in foster care he will need to make one trip a month to the Springs area for his heart worm treatments


     Bucky is a super sweet goofy boy that loves everyone he meets and will play and play forever. Currently Bucky is about a year old and around 55lbs. Bucky is a Doberman, Lab, Border Collie Mix.

     He found himself on the EU list in Texas because he does have a broken leg but it doesn't slow him down. Next week Bucky gets his cast removed and should be off all restrictions as his leg has healed very well from being broken.

    Bucky due to his puppy energy would be best in a home with older kids as little kids will probably get knocked over from his excitement or in a home that is used to doberman puppy energy that will work with him and small kids.

     Bucky though smaller than a doberman he will be a great hiking partner once his leg is healed. He loves being with is people. Bucky knows several basic commands already, is house trained and crate trained though the crate is not his favorite place to be.


     Jax is originally from Mexico where his family could not longer care for him so ended up in Southern CA. Jax has now arrived to us in Colorado to begin his new life.

     Jax currently weights about 66 lbs and at the perfect weight from the 42lbs he arrived to us at. Jax is around 3 years old, blue & tan with natural ears and a tail.

     Jax is a super sweet boy and deserves the best life. Jax loves everyone he meets and good with kids and other dogs. He doesn't like to be startled from sleep so kids and dogs respectful of dogs sleeping is a must. Jax is not a fan with people with hoods on so anyone in the house needs to make sure to not have a hood up. He does have some signs of food aggression so should be left alone when eating but takes food and treats gently from hands.

     Jax is fully vetted and ready for his new forever home!


     Gemini was taken to a local shelter as a stray and never reclaimed. At first we though Gemini was a Doberman but turns out she is a German Pinscher that is 9-12 months old. Her max weight will probably be around 40lbs as she does need to gain some weight currently.

     Gemini is the sweetest girl that has had a rough start at life. Her ears were cropped but never properly cared for so with the damage they will not stand as she has a lot of scare tissue and damage that has happened to her ears.

     Gemini is good with other dogs and does need work on her basic obedience. We are unsure how she would be with cats.

     Gemini is already fully vetted and is looking for her forever home.


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     Winnie is a super sweet girl that is 14 weeks old. She found herself in a high kill shelter in TX with no where to go.

     Winnie is up to date on vaccines, microchipped and spayed now and ready for her forever home.

     Winnie is good with other dogs, cats & kids. Winnie is an active girl that is going to need a experienced doberman puppy owner.

    She will greatly benefit from being involved in agility or other dog sports with the amount of energy she has. She is currently working on basic obedience and picking up quickly.


     Kepner is not a doberman but due to a hoarding situation that was going on locally we decided to help even though not by any means our typical breed.

     Kepner is suspected to be a dachshund or Brittany spaniel mix maybe with some Aussie in the mix as well.

     Kepner hasn't had a whole lot of human interaction considering the situation she came from so she is a little unsure of us people but is such a super sweet girl. Kepner is going to need a special owner to help her realize that we aren't all bad and that she is safe.

     Kepner is good with other dogs but has never been around large breed dogs till now so she is a little scared of large breed dogs but would be great with a dog her size and could definitely get used to large dogs.

     Currently she would be best in a home with older kids and not younger kids. She will definitely need help on obedience training and leash walking. We are currently working with her but she is going to have a ways to go.

     Kepner is crate trained and thus far had no accidents in the house.

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