Foster homes keep the dogs in their homes until a suitable approved adoptive home can be found. Fostering is our greatest need. The more foster homes we have, the more dogs we can save.
Fostering can be so rewarding! Just ask Michele Walsh who is pictured getting a smooch of gratitude from her previous foster baby Oliver!
Oliver is so grateful to Michele for all of the love and attention she gave him during his time with her! He is now a member of a loving family - can you imagine this boy was almost put to sleep because he is bald! His new family couldn't care less about his lack of hair - they adore him just the way he is!!!
Volunteers arrange to meet potential adopters at their home. The volunteer assesses the home and then completes a home visit form.
Volunteers are needed to pick up and deliver dogs in various circumstances. Some examples are: from an owner, to a foster home, to an appointment, etc.
Our rescue has several public events each year including a craft show, the air show, pet carnival, other rescue events, several small craft shows, etc. We can always use more help transporting equipment, setting up, tearing down, talking with people, etc. Help making items that will be sold would be very helpful. If you have a natural creative talent, this could be the perfect outlet!
**All volunteers must complete an application; undergo a home visit and personal interview. We want to get to know you, learn about your dog and Doberman experience and any special skills or interests you may have. Of course, we will share the same about ourselves!**
If using a mobile device, click here for the Volunteer Application.