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Storm is an honorary doberman in a Weimaraner body who has now been with us for over a year! 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 for several hours a day. 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 through 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.


     Sasha is the sweetest girl with the roughest life. Sasha came to us as an owner surrender with the help of DRNM as her owners in El Paso could no longer keep this sweet girl. 

     Sasha is almost 7 years old and has spent most of her days outside. Sasha so far seems good with other dogs unsure about cats and good with teenagers. She is a very laid back gentle girl that deserves the best house to live out her golden years.
    Sasha is almost completely vetted! She has been spayed, had a cyst removed from her foot and has had a bilateral entropion done to correct her eyes which was causing the hair loss. She currently still needs a dental and a mammary gland removed.

     Sasha is ready to go to her forever home as long as she is able to go to our vet to finish her medical care.
We are accepting applications now for Sasha! Don't let this sweet girl pass you by.


Located in UTAH


     Hello world my name is Moxie,  my foster parents call me Foxie Moxie, and I am a 2.5 year old happy Doberman. I think it is appropriate since I am on my very own weight loss journey since I arrived at Saving Dobermankind. 

     Before arriving with SDAR I was with an owner who fed me 8 cups of food a day with whole milk filling my bowl. I will say I love food, so I didn’t mind. Little did I know that it was causing me a lot of pain, as I was a whopping 110lb for my small frame. 

    I wanted to do fun things, yet I wasn’t socialized not taught any commands. I didn’t know how to act in the real world, so my prior owner never took me anywhere. My first few weeks in the real world was very scary and I screamed and barked at everything. I swear everything was trying to kill me.  My foster at the time didn’t know what to do with me since I had never been around children, so she sought out a trainer help to teach me how the world works. As it turned out my trainer was a better foster fit for me, and I have been slowing excelling in the real world a little at a time. 

     I have been learning that food will be there, it is the correct amount, and that I don’t have to guard it to make sure I’m fed. I have no issues with humans and my food, yet I to begin with I was scared to have dogs near any human food I could smell. She says its because I am now on a diet and I’m a bit hangry.  Perhaps she is right. I do try to sneak her milk from her cereal from time to time. She is quite quick to let me know that isn’t allowed. I don’t know how she always knows when I’m trying to be sneaky. 

     She has also been working on me not guarding my toys or her. She just doesn’t understand how much of love my toys and her. Well, she says that even loving her, I cannot possess and guard her from my temporary fur brothers and sisters.  She says my progress in that is going very well.

     Currently I am learned how to come, sit, off, quiet, down, out, place and maintaining my commands. Some of my training was put on hold because my Foster Mom noticed that something wasn’t quite right with my body (besides my sexy roundness). I limped a lot and would get upset if things touched my hind quarters, specifically my left side. I would take everything out on the dogs around me. 

    So, to the vet I went, and we ran lots of test and took lots of x rays.  They concluded that I have Wobblers, and I am only 2.5 years old. My foster mom said that she and the rescue will do what they can to help reduce my pain and I do believe them since I am feeling better. 

    I have been getting laser therapy twice a week, on CBD oil and treats, pain meds, and thyroid meds as well.  My foster mom told me that I will be getting a procedure soon so I will feel even better and then I can lose more weight with having a lot less pain. I am so excited. I will have these Gold Beads injected into my neck on Sept 13th of this year. 

     My foster mom said I, have started learning leash manners like walk and heel now that my harness is here. She also said that I am an exceptionally happy morning pup that loves to wake her up and cuddle for loves. I love going to pee first thing in the morning, doing zoomies, then having breakfast. She says I am too happy for my own good in the AM, I say maybe she should drink more coffee. 

     I have been doing well with my temporary fur brothers and sisters with socialization. I am learning how to nicely ask to play instead of yelling at them. I have also learned that they are not the cause of my pain and I do like to play with them. 

    However, I do not like first interactions with new dogs, so I get to meet them with a muzzle.  I don’t’ mind my muzzle since it helps with my emotions, and I make better decisions this way. I prefer not to be around small dogs as I do think they are toys, yet I have been taught to have manners with my Yorkie brother. I will not do well in a home with cats as I see them as a play toy.  They run, I chase, then I bark at them to play with me and most of the time they hiss and slap me. I want them to play back yet they never do, and my foster mom says I stress them out.  I say we both need to lose weight and a good game of chase will help.  My foster mom doesn’t agree with me, so since I love her, I try my best to not chase them to make her happy.  

     Currently I have not been reintroduced to children on an extended basis, so my foster mom said not kids under the age of 12. I do really like teenagers though. I will say I love to be with my humans wherever they go, as I am a very Velcro Doberman. I love to get pets, loving, and tons of cuddling.  

     I love being in the backyard to do zoomies, I love ball and frisbee, spring pole, and suckling on a stuffy.  I am very active for my weight and my foster parents have taken me camping in their RV, I have been in water, great recall, I understand my boundaries camping, and I love side by side riding. My foster mom has this cool cooling vest to keep me cool and rex specs to protect my eyes. I really do like camping a lot however I was so tired as I wasn’t used to all that activity.

    I do get scared of new things, but if you help and guide me, I will do anything for and with you.  My foster mom says I have gotten my weight down to 86lbs and I need about 14 more pounds to go to be healthy.  She hopes I will be halfway there before my procedure in September so I will then be ready to move on to my forever home. 

     I say all I need is someone to love me, help me stay pain free, live the best life I can, and continue my training as it needed to keep me successful.


     Harley is a 5 year old all natural girl looking for her forever home.

     Harley came to us as a owner surrender due to needing to down size and didn’t have room for her any longer thanks to the hardships of COVID.

     Harley is good with kids and with dogs her size but would be best in a home with no small animals of any kind.
    Harley does know several basic commands, walks well on leash but she needs to be kept away from things she can destroy and swollen as she has had an obstruction surgery in the past.


     Ziggy is a 2 year old doberman mix that is looking for his forever home. 

Ziggy is good with other dogs with proper introductions and loves people. He would be a great addition to a active family that loves to go camping and hiking.

     When Ziggy and his foster sister have down time they love chilling at the dog park and making new friends. 

     Ziggy is already fully vetted and ready to find his forever home!


     Cora is looking for her forever home. Cora does need to be on Thyriod meds which are inexpensive. There was some issues in the home and Cora’s owner had to make the decision to rehome Cora.
    Cora is a super sweet girl that is good with other dogs and cats and absolutely loves kids.

     She is 5 years old and already fully vetted. Being blue she does have some CDA going on as well.Cora would be a great addition to a active family.


     Siren came to us as an owner surrender due to no fault truly of her own. Her family wasn't expecting a dog with her energy so though it best to find a family that can. Siren has been DNA tested and is a Doberman, Aussie, Cattle Dog , Border Collie Mix that is 11 moths old.
    Siren would make a great dog for someone who is interested in doing Agility work or a very active family that loves to hike. Siren is a super sweet girl but does need proper introductions. She was in a home with a smaller dog and did fine other than play a little to rough time to time.
    Siren is already fully vetted and ready to find a home that she is a great fit for!



      Bessie is a 6 year old girl that is super sweet. calm and quiet girl that loves gentle pets, ear scratches and short walks.
     Bessie is kennel trained and completely house broken. She knows a a few commands but not many but does walk well on leash. Bessie is a girl that does loves her crate as a safe spot to chill in.
Very big bonus she rides great in the car and not much of a barker.
     Bessie is scheduled for spay on Aug 17th and once spayed she will be ready to go to her forever home!


     Rusty came to us from a high kill shelter in NM after possibly being hit by a car and his owners not coming to reclaim him.
    Rusty is a super sweet boy that is 11 months old and learning obedience very quickly with the help of his foster and fur siblings. Rusty is good with kids, adults and other dogs, we are unsure how he would be with cats. Rusty is a doberman mix and we are unsure what he is mixed with but if we had to guess most likely lab.
   Rusty has been fully vetted, including his leg that will heal with time as at some point in his life before coming to us he had a fractured pelvis that is well on it's way to healing. Once completely healed which will be in a couple more weeks he will be a great hiking addition to any family.
    He also loves dressing up for Halloween and is identifying as a lion :)



     Ella's poor life turned upside down due to no fault of her own. He owner has been diagnosed with cancer and terminal.  Ella came in with Titus though do not have to be adopted together but I'm sure they would love to stay together.
    Ella, so far is a super sweet but shy girl that just needs time to decompress currently. She can be reactive to other male dogs other than Titus since she arrived in heat. We are currently working on letting her decompress she would be best in a home with no cats or young children.

     Ella is completely vetted and ready to find her forever home!