Be a part of Doberman Underground’s Crew with your annual $25 membership. The fee will cover food, vaccinations, monthly heartworm, toys, blankets, and other necessities needed until they find their forever homes.
You will receive a 2024 Membership Card with a discount code that provides 5% off all Doberman Underground sponsored events and merchandise.
*applies to 1 person per membership, excludes raffle tickets, and items on sale or discounted.

To become a member of our crew click here.

In addition to monetary support, Doberman Underground also welcomes donations of supplies. Help our animals in need by shopping our Wish List on Chewy or Amazon to donate much-needed pet food and supplies directly to our organization. Click the images below to donate today!

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We are a 501 (c)3 organization and fully depend on public donations and our adoption fees for support.
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Doberman Underground RescueWednesday, July 17th, 2024 at 6:26am
It's #WelcomeWednesday, and we’re thrilled to introduce you to two of our amazing young female foster dogs, each with their own unique charm and energy!

**Meet Roan:** Roan is a breathtaking Melanistic Black Doberman, approximately 1-2 years old, who is thriving in her foster home. Her days are filled with joyous play sessions with her foster brother and her beloved collection of balls. Roan is not just a playful spirit; she’s also a perfect housemate, sharing her toys generously and melting hearts during cuddle time. She’s the kind of dog who brings happiness and warmth into every room she enters.

**Meet Iris:** Iris is a petite and vivacious 1-2 year old Red Female Doberman, bursting with energy and zest for life. She has a special love for water and enjoys playful interactions with other dogs, and surprisingly, she's okay with cats too! However, given her youthful exuberance, monitoring and gentle correction around cats are recommended. Iris has a playful soul and can be a bit skittish at times, but hand her a ball or a toy, and she’ll be your most loyal friend. While she could benefit from obedience classes, her affectionate and lively nature makes her a joy to be around.

Imagine your life filled with the joy and companionship of these incredible dogs. Roan and Iris are ready to bring love, laughter, and endless tail wags into their forever homes.

If you’re ready to welcome either of these lovely girls into your family, please visit [www.dudobes.org](http://www.dudobes.org) to apply. Give Roan or Iris the loving forever home they deserve and watch your life light up with their vibrant presence!
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Doberman Underground RescueTuesday, July 16th, 2024 at 7:00am
It’s #TrainingTuesday with Oliver!

When we last left off, Oliver was learning to avoid the reactive dog on the other side of our fence. It continues to be a work in progress, but we are winning at this! Now it was time for another lesson with Drew at #thek9expert.

Our training journey started with an initial evaluation, and our first lesson ended up at Home Depot thanks to the rain that snuck up on us. Our second lesson was at a park, focusing on the “Place” command. Place teaches your dog to go to a specific spot, such as a bed or mat, and stay there until released. This helps to promote calmness and self-control. It’s particularly useful in managing your dog’s behavior in various situations, such as when guests arrive or during meals. Does your dog rush to the door barking when someone comes to the door? By consistently using the "place" command, your dog has a clear and structured expectation, reducing anxiety and preventing unwanted behaviors. This foundational training command builds trust and enhances communication between you and your dog.

The park has several large rocks providing the perfect opportunity to learn Place. Drew took Oliver for a spin down the path to get him focused and then introduced the Place command. Oliver didn’t mind hopping onto the rock, but he did not stay there. He would run to me, feeling anxious, until he gained confidence with the command. The e-collar helped reinforce what was expected of him. He jumped down many times and ran to me while Drew worked with him. It took what seemed like 187 tries to get him to stay in place on that rock. But repetition is how they learn, and he did learn it! Once he understood the expectation, I was able to take over and get him to do it consistently. By design, Drew’s next client showed up early, allowing us to work on Place with the distraction of 2 active Golden Doodles working on Place not far from us.

Just like everything else we learn, practice is key. We’ve been working hard on Place and can’t wait to have our next lesson to continue gaining new obedience skills!

What’s next? Follow our journey. Stay tuned for the next episode of Training Tuesday.
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Doberman Underground RescueMonday, July 15th, 2024 at 6:00am
As today is Social Media Giving Day, we would like to humbly ask if you could donate to our cause and be our partners in helping so many lives in need.
If you remember our vet bills for 2023 totaled almost $187K by November. We continue to take in many neglect cases who sadly need treatment for Parvo, heartworm and even more extensive medical care. We can only do this with your continued support. Whether you donate $1, $5, $20 or $100, everything adds up. If you are unable to donate, we appreciate you simply sharing our posts to reach more people!

We also want to thank all of you for helping our endless mission to save as many of these precious beings as possible!!
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Doberman Underground RescueSunday, July 14th, 2024 at 1:32pm
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Doberman Underground RescueSunday, July 14th, 2024 at 11:59am
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Doberman Underground RescueSunday, July 14th, 2024 at 6:00am
📣 TODAY"S THE DAY!!!!📣
Our very first Doberfest in Michigan!! DU alum Oliver is so excited he could poop 💩 🤪😉!!
All jokes aside, please join us for this amazing event that is a wonderful time spent with fellow volunteers and adopters, amd most importantly....the DOGS!
Your heart can't help feeling full after these events!!
We can't wait to see you!!!

Meet Our Supporters


We are deeply grateful for the individuals and businesses who generously support us in our mission. Their generosity enables us to create and maintain programs like the Phoenix Fund and Seniors Saving Seniors, as well as supporting our primary mission which is to rescue and rehome Dobermans and other dogs from abusive or neglectful situations as well as from shelters/pounds. Please support our supporters! To learn how you, or your business can help support our organization please contact us at info@dudobes.org.