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Monty







Come meet me and fall in love! Sunday August 2nd from 11am to 1pm, at Country View Kennel 2667 Dague Ave NE, Buffalo, Mn 55313. Monty is a one year old male Doberman who has been unfortunately, passed from person to person. Monty is a young teen, with lots of energy who is looking for a busy home. He is crate trained and housebroken. He would love to have a job and activity to keep him busy and stimulated. Monty will require a fenced yard and obedience training with his new family. This boy would make a great running partner or agility competitor. Monty had a head injury some time in his past, as his ear is deformed and he is blind in the same sided eye, but he sees and hears very well. A bit shy, he warms up quickly to others. Monty is a diamond in the rough and will make someone a wonderful companion. Monty is neutered, fully vaccinated, microchipped and on heartworm preventative. Please read our adoption policy and if you qualify please fill out the adoption application.
If you are interested in a dog please read the adoption requirements and submit our application Adoption Steps.





Errol









Come meet me and fall in love! Sunday August 2nd from 11am to 1pm, at Country View Kennel 2667 Dague Ave NE, Buffalo, Mn 55313. Errol is a 2 year old male Doberman. Errol was found as a stray so not much is known about his past. He rides well in the car. Errol is not crate trained and we have found does poorly in a crate or kennel enclosure. He is very treat motivated which will make for easy training. Errol would love to find a home with a fenced yard yard and would prefer a human or another dog for companionship. Errol is fully vetted, neutered, micro-chipped and vaccinated. If you are interested in adopting this young Doberman, please fill out the application.
If you are interested in a dog please read the adoption requirements and submit our application Adoption Steps.





Beau







Beau is a 7 year old, 110 pound male Doberman. Beau is not your average, typically handsome Doberman. Nope, he is not beautiful, in fact, he may be the ugliest, homeliest Doberman you will ever meet. Beau has a cleft palate which causes him to get food stuck in his mouth, causing him to cough it out on occasion. Beau drools. His bark is different from a Dobermans bark, more like a coon hound bark. He is mellow in the house and will do his business outdoors, but is known to poop inside the house when its convenient for him. He hates his nails trimmed and crys like a baby when its nail trimming time. Beau is not tolerant of people cuddling or bothering him when hes sleeping either, and needs a quite place to do his resting or napping, and he is know to get irritated if disturbed. Beau enjoys going for walks, in fact, he is very enthusiastic about going for walks and is a great walking partner on a leash, but if given the chance to get out of the fenced yard, and he is an opportunist, he is more then happy to take himself on a self guided walk tour without you. He loves to do the 110 pound Doberman lean and be right next to you, thats when hes not sleeping, and only on his terms. Beau is very large and would do well with no small children, its not because he does not like them, but just the opposite. He likes children, a lot, he is known to hump them and given his size, this could harm a small child. He has zero space boundaries with humans if hes in a hurry, imagine a 110 pound dog taking you out at the knees. Yes, Beau is a very, very, very special boy and might possibly never ever find a forever home. Football fans take note, Beau loves to play football with the old pigskin. Beau will make a great companion, well maybe or maybe not, to the right person who can tolerate his flaws. Beau has been with DRM since 2010 and because hes so different has gotten over looked for many of the much more handsome boys that have come through rescue. DRM and his foster family have tolerated and embraced the unwanted Beau through good and bad. If you are looking for a homely doberman, that is very different then all the rest, has some weird habits, this is your boy.
If you are interested in a dog please read the adoption requirements and submit our application Adoption Steps.





Sampson









Come meet me and fall in love! Sunday August 2nd from 11am to 1pm, at Country View Kennel 2667 Dague Ave NE, Buffalo, Mn 55313. Sampson is a 6 year old Dober-gent, that came to us because his family could not afford his medical care, so they surrendered him to a local shelter who contacted DRM to help him. Sampson was diagnosed with Wobblers and had surgery at the University of Minnesota in January of 2015 to repair the cervical spine that was causing him problems. The surgery was a success! He does have some permanent nerve damage that may never repair itself, but he continues to improve daily. Sampson is a dream Doberman and almost perfect in every way with the exception of his residual affects from having experienced Wobblers. Sampson is a distant grandson of Ch.Cambria's Cactus Cash of Sampson and has many champions in his pedigree. His temperament is stellar. He is a truly gentle and loving boy and loves everyone he meets; adults, children and animals. However squirrels cause much excitement and taunt him mercilessly! Typical of the doberman breed, he can be quite silly and a very snuggly boy, loving nothing more than a romp in the yard or a walk and being with you. He enjoys playing with other dogs and would do well in a yard where it is safe for him to play off-leash with a pup-friend. Gentle with children of all sizes, Sampson is an all around family dog! Sir Sampson continues to recover well from surgery and grows stronger all the time, however he will still drag his back toenails just a bit when he becomes tired, again from the neurological trauma he experienced from the cervical spine being compromised prior to surgery. Now at a comfortable weight, 65 lbs, he becomes more adventurous on his walk. He has been walking with a retractable leash to encourage an independent gait, continuing to stretch those legs and adapting to the various terrain he encounters. Sampson is even able to gallop now! Sampson tackles stairs up to four steps independently, but will need assistance with anything more Going up stairs is easier than going down them and a firm hand on his harness as he attempts them is needed to prevent falls. He does still stumble on occasions so it is quite important he not attempt flights of stairs on his own. Sampson's stools are normal but unbeknownst to him, he does have accidents a couple times a week due to his neurological trauma and deficit prior to surgery. We have hopes that this will go away as the nerves continue to repair themselves or it may not, but he does drop a poo every now and then. He is extremely embarrassed when it happens so his new family will need to be understanding. He does best with a regular feeding and exercise schedule to keep him on track. Coupled with attentive parents and plenty of outdoor playtime his bowels are very manageable. Sampson is a loving boy in need of a loving family and truly one of the most wonderful Dobermans and fine representative of the Doberman Breed. Sampson is recovering nicely from his surgery to repair his Wobblers disease, is neutered, fully vaccinated, microchipped and on heartworm preventative. Please read our entire adoption policy and if you qualify fill out the application to adopt Sampson.
If you are interested in a dog please read the adoption requirements and submit our application Adoption Steps.





Brave Courtesy Posting







This little girl lives up to her name. Brave had a rough start in life, overcoming rickets and hypothermia. Due to the rickets she is very petite girl weighing in at roughly 40 pounds full grown. Despite her beginnings she is a true blue, 2 year old doberman and loves all people! She will need a special person to show her how to be the best dobergirl she can be and be willing to work with her. She has a very high prey drive and would do best in a home with a fence and no other pets, including canines. Brave is crate trained, housebroken, loves to play with her squeaky toys and cuddle on the couch. This is a courtesy post only as Brave is with a rescue in Iowa. If you are interested in her please email: info@dobermanrescueminnesota.com
If you are interested in a dog please read the adoption requirements and submit our application Adoption Steps.





Hank







Come meet me and fall in love! Sunday August 2nd from 11am to 1pm, at Country View Kennel 2667 Dague Ave NE, Buffalo, Mn 55313. Hank is a one year old mixed breed, possibly Catahoula or lab, in the hound or hunting category. He might be a great hunter or herding dog. Hank will be a small guy, only about 40 pounds. Hanks story is not a good one. He was pulled from a high kill shelter in Alabama by a local rescue and transported with a large number of other animals in May, to the land of freedom Minnesota, or so he thought. Once Hank arrived in Minnesota, and the rescue that committed to him, saw what he looked like, and refused to take him in to their rescue! With no place to go he was brought to Country View Kennels in Buffalo and has been there ever since, for over three months now, forgotten, with no chance of finding his forever home. Hank is a very happy boy, with a playful temperament who seems to go with the flow. He never messes in his kennel and waits patiently for his food. Hank is looking for a place to call home. DRM is willing and committed to helping this non-Doberman pup, find his forever home. If you are interested in Hank please fill out the adoption application. Hanks adoption donation is $100.00.
If you are interested in a dog please read the adoption requirements and submit our application Adoption Steps.





Bo







Cat friendly Doberman. Meet new boy Bo. He is 11 months old and is last weight check up was 85 lbs. Once fully grown he will be a large doberman. Bo is current on all of his shots, negative for thyroid issues and neutered. Bo was found as a stray in April in North Dakota with a badly injured rear leg which the vets were able to save. The local shelter had cats running around everywhere in the building and he showed no reaction to them. He even seems to want to play with them, so we do think he has been with cats in his previous home. Bo can be shy around new people but has made a lot of progress already while in foster care but his new family will need to be understanding and patient if he becomes frightened and help him work through his fears. Bo adores his foster sister, a female American Bulldog who is 108 lbs and and would love to have a female companion in his new home to help build his confidence. Bo is housebroken and does well in the house when left alone uncrated when left for up to 4 hours. Bo loves to play with dog toys and he is learning how to play fetch. He is also learning how to chew treats like doggie bones as we do not think he ever had any as he had no idea how to chew them. He does excellent in the car and loves car rides. Bo is currently on Canidae Grain Free Sea dry dog food and he does very well on it. If you are interested in Bo, please read our adoption policy and fill out the application if you qualify.
If you are interested in a dog please read the adoption requirements and submit our application Adoption Steps.





Princess Di







Princess Di is a 3 year old female Doberman who is new to DRM. Stay tuned for updates soon on this sweet girl and get your applications in now if you are interested in adopting this Texas southern belle!
If you are interested in a dog please read the adoption requirements and submit our application Adoption Steps.





Major







Adoption Pending! Major is a 6 year old red, neutered male Doberman that came into rescue through no fault of his own. Major is a very large and strong Doberman but with a gentle disposition. Major absolutly loves human companionship and loves going for walks. He does well walking with a gentle leader. Major knows all his basic obedience, although a refresher class would always be helpful for both him and his new owner. He seems to do well with other dogs if given the proper introduction. He was living with a female Doberman prior to coming into rescue and he was taken to dog parks occasionally in his prior home. Major has been around a few very dog savvy cats while being boarded, and was not reactive to them, he gave them a quick sniff and went on about his business, he may do well with cats given proper introductions and boundaries. Major is crate trained, housebroken, microchipped up to date on all vaccines and on heartworm preventative. If you are interested in a Doberman that would love to sit in the yard and watch you mow, or chill with you while you watch a movie, this is your boy. If you are interested in adopting, please read the adoption requirements and if you qualify, please fill out the application.
If you are interested in a dog please read the adoption requirements and submit our application Adoption Steps.





Nox







Come meet me and fall in love! Sunday August 2nd from 11am to 1pm, at Country View Kennel 2667 Dague Ave NE, Buffalo, Mn 55313. Nox is a 5 year old neutered, AKC registered Doberman, who is black and tan, docked and cropped, housebroken, and crate trained. He is good with all adults, but smaller children make him uncomfortable. He will do best with kids over 12. Nox is a good boy but does need an experienced Doberman owners that will give him set rules and will reinforce basic training that his foster mom has been brushing him up on. He would do well with dog savvy cats, while he is not a danger to them, he will give chase if they run. Nox does have allergies and gets monthly allergy injections as well as eats an over the counter Natural Balance LID limited ingredient dogfood, and can only have certain treats. His allergies are well managed and his new parents will have to follow the plan he is on. Nox is a very handsome, young, sweet boy who is a master of the dober-lean with super high intelligence that needs a daily job, and a willing master to help him complete it. If you would like to adopt Nox, please read our adoption policy and if you qualify please apply.
If you are interested in a dog please read the adoption requirements and submit our application Adoption Steps.





Marley







Adoption Pending! Marley is a 3 year old Doberman girl who traveled from Texas to find her forever home! She is a very sweet girl who is house trained and crate trained. She loves other dogs, people and does good with cats. Marley is up to date on all vaccinations, spayed, micro chipped on heartworm preventative and ready to find her forever someone! Please read our adoption policy and if you qualify please fill out the application to adopt Marley!
If you are interested in a dog please read the adoption requirements and submit our application Adoption Steps.





Lex



Adoption Pending! Lex is a four year old male Doberman whose owners lost their home.
If you are interested in a dog please read the adoption requirements and submit our application Adoption Steps.





Volunteer Help needed! Fosters for homeless Dobermans!









Volunteer Help needed for homeless Dobermans! DRM is looking for committed folks who would be willing to bring a homeless Doberman into their home temporarily, until the Doberman finds their forever home and is adopted. DRM provides all food and vet care, you provide the daily structure and love! Going on vacation? No problem, we have temporary fosters who can do one to two weeks. If you can open your home up to just one homeless Doberman, you will have made a difference! Please call our support line if you would like more information on fostering for DRM at 651-256-2294. We always have a need for foster homes as there are so many homeless Doberman needing help. Adopt, Foster, Support and save a Doberman!
If you are interested in a dog please read the adoption requirements and submit our application Adoption Steps.





Hanns









Come meet me and fall in love! Sunday August 2nd from 11am to 1pm, at Country View Kennel 2667 Dague Ave NE, Buffalo, Mn 55313. Hanns is a one year old, male Doberman who was dumped at a shelter by a local breeder with his sister, Heidi, who also came to DRM and has since been adopted. Hanns is a bit timid at first and wary of men, but warms up quickly. He loves to go for walks, smelling all the wonderful things in the woods and loves to play with his foster fur sister. He would do well with another female canine to help mentor his confidence and teach him what its all about to be a dog. Hanns will need an understanding person willing to take the time to help him overcome his fears. Hanns is a sweet boy who will make an excellent companion. He is neutered, up to date on all vaccinations, heartworm negative and microchipped. Please read our adoption policy and if you qualify please apply to adopt Hanns. PS, check out my Zoomies video. yep, thats me hamming it up and running like a fool. I am having a blast with my foster sister.
If you are interested in a dog please read the adoption requirements and submit our application Adoption Steps.





Buddy









Come meet me and fall in love! Sunday August 2nd from 11am to 1pm, at Country View Kennel 2667 Dague Ave NE, Buffalo, Mn 55313. My name is Buddy and I am 1 years old. I am black and tan, docked and cropped. I love snuggling and getting affection from humans. I am a little uncertain and shy of some men but love all women. I am a good car rider and walk very good on a leash with a gentle leader. I am crate trained, microchipped and up to date on all my vet care. I have a low prey drive, I'm not reactive to chicken and only slightly curious about the cats. I was an owner surrender and my previous owner was not able to give me the kind of attention a young dog needs. I have a very happy attitude, love playing with other dogs and would love to have a canine companion in my new home, and I love going for walks. My foster mom says I am a goofy boy in a big dogs body, with a ton of puppy personality. I am not a big Doberman and may be on the small size when I am fully grown. I try hard to please those who are caring for me and would love to begin obedience classes with my forever someone. I have learned all about the lake and LOVE to swim. A home on the water would be super cool. Check out my first time swimming video. Like I said, my foster mom wanted me to try it, so I did to please her and man was it FUN. I am excited to find my forever home and have someone to call my own. My adoption donation is $350. Please read the DRM adoption policy and if you qualify to adopt, fill out the application to adopt me!
If you are interested in a dog please read the adoption requirements and submit our application Adoption Steps.





Asher







Asher is a 7 year old, neutered, blue male Doberman with a thick, beautiful coat of blue fur and does not have alopecia, which is typical of most blue Dobermans. Asher was an owner surrender due to chronic health issues and his owner no longer could give him the care he needed to be a happy Doberman. Asher does well with other dogs, grew up with children and does well with all cats, as he had cats in his previous home. Asher is about 60 pounds which is on the smaller side for a male Doberman. He loves to go for walks and be with his people. Asher is up to date on all vaccines, microchipped, neutered, heartworm negative and ready to find his forever home. Please read the adoption policy and if you qualify, fill out the adoption application.
If you are interested in a dog please read the adoption requirements and submit our application Adoption Steps.





Ginger





Adoption Pending! Meet the new girl in town. Say hello to Ginger, a three year old wonderful, well behaved, cat, kid and dog friendly red girl. She walks well on a leash, LOVES to play fetch, her favorite ball is a softball, is great in the house with fantastic manners who does good without a crate. She also rides well in the car, knows basic commands and has a good recall. Gingers was recently diagnosed with epilepsy. While she has only one seizure in her owners presence, they felt they could no longer properly care for Ginger given this condition. Ginger is not taking any medications at this time, nor has had any more seizures other then the initial one that we are aware of. If you are willing to give Ginger a proper home, given her diagnosis, please fill out the application to adopt after reading the adoption policy and if you qualify.
If you are interested in a dog please read the adoption requirements and submit our application Adoption Steps.





Zena



Zena is a 13 year old Dobergirl who was suddenly removed from her home due to no fault of her own. Alone in her senior years and unsure of the time left here on earth, DRM is committed to making sure she is cared for in a loving foster home by a wonderful Rescue Angel until her time comes. She is very sweet, able to get around, go outside and eat her food, but very fragile and delicate, underweight, and full of arthritis and lipomas. She has been placed in a hospice foster home that is calm and quiet. Zena will require soft food and other items suited to keep her comfortable and pain free for senior dogs, such as a soft bed, sweater or jacket, blanket, glucosamine supplements and soft treats. If you would like to help us help Zena, we are seeking donations to help care for her in her golden years such as those listed, even used items will do, or monetary donations and we will buy her what she needs. DRM is a non-profit 501C3 rescue and all donations to Zena or any of our Dobermans is tax deductible. DRM will send you a tax receipt for your generous donation.
If you are interested in a dog please read the adoption requirements and submit our application Adoption Steps.