Doberman Pinscher Rescue - National Listings by state
North Carolina

Rescue Representatives for this state 
& North Carolina Shelters

Note: there are many dobermans in this state looking for homes.

Charlotte Mecklenburg Animal Control This shelter nearly always has one or more dobermans for adoption (not all of the available dogs are on their web pages). All dogs are updated on shots, heartworm tested, and spayed or neutered. The shelter is located near the Charlotte International Airport, easy access from I77.

I have adopted (or pulled for other rescue groups) about 20 dogs from this shelter. This is an excellent shelter - great place to get a nice dog. Available animals - they currently do have a doberman available for adoption. Adoption fee includes vet work.

Charlotte/ Concord/Cabarrus County

Judith Van Noate

Maintains this website.

Please send email.
Greater Greensboro area Doberman Rescue of the Triad

Carol Fama
Doberman Rescue of the Triad

Carol's website has pictures of most of her adoptable, healthy, neutered rescues

or FAX 336-621-9206
Raleigh Area
Doberman Rescue of North Carolina, Inc.

Cyndi Swanson

Please send e-mail. lists dogs available by breed and zipcode. - dogs, cats, etc. in animal shelters, search by breed. For best results go to the breed index.

Kyler Laird's listing of animal shelters (not all shelters are on PetFinder, so check here too).

There were 714 dobermans listed on Petfinder on 6/06/2002 :-(

North Carolina Shelters moved to a separate page.

A note from the web developer:   I have put more on this page than some of the other pages because I live here. One of the reasons I started this website was because of a picture (in the Raleigh News and Observer) of a beautiful red doberman lying dead in a pile of dogs on the floor of the Wake county euthanasia room. There are dobermans in pounds, shelters, rescue groups, human societys, and with kind individuals who are trying to help all over the United States. I hope if you are thinking of adding a doberman to your life, you will seriously consider adding a rescue doberman.

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