You can make a HUGE difference in the life of a dog in need by fostering. Doberman Underground provides the dog, you provide the love.
Doberman Underground provides food, pay all vet bills, provide crates and toys. All that you have to do is take the animal into your home, provide loving care, transportation for vet care and attend events.
All of our dogs are are placed with foster homes until we are able to find them their forever home. Fostering allows us to learn about the dog and enables us to better match and place the dog in a loving forever home. During the time the dog is with you, together we help advertise them at events, on our website, and through social media in order to find a loving forever home.
Fostering a dog can be a very rewarding experience. Fostering a dog is the first and most important step in giving them chance for a better life. Most of these pets have been homeless and and may have suffered from abuse and neglect. And in most cases the fist time the dog has ever felt love and kindness.
Since we cannot anticipate when your foster dog will find it’s forever home we ask that the foster commits to caring for their foster dog until they find their forever home.
Fostering is not without challenges, but Doberman Underground will be there to help guide and support you through any issues you may encounter. We are available to our fosters 24 hours a day!
If you have been considering adopting a dog, but are not ready to make that commitment, then fostering is the perfect option for you. You will help save a dog, have a great time, meet the best group of Volunteers ever and get that warm fuzzy feeling knowing you made a difference in a dog’s life and the family that adopts them. If you have any questions please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
However if you are ready for your a rewarding adventure than you are just a click away. Just fill out our Foster Form and you will be contacted by one of our amazing Volunteers who will guide you thru the process of becoming a Foster.
Sundays are meant for snuggling and nothing is better than snuggling with your newly adopted dog 🤗.
Star was a Doberman Underground foster dog that traveled a long way from New Mexico to Ohio, and then found herself at a local shelter. Luckily she had a microchip and we were able to track the original rescue group for her. With complete cooperation, we worked together to find her the best home possible ❤️.
Bring in two little boys who had barely remembered their last Doberman, and Star just immediately fell in love with these two. Now they are the best of buddies and Star watches over these boys all day and all night. It is as if she has finally found that perfect something that gives her purpose 😍.
Congratulations Star on adopting two beautiful boys to call your own🐾.
Noel is an adorable beagle hound mix. This sweet girl is about 4 months old. She’s playful and loves to run around and play with her foster brother sister. She loves playing with her stuffed animals, playing ball and fetch. She is loving playing outside in the snow!
Noel is a huge snuggle bug with people and her furry family. She loves laying on her foster mom's lap, cuddling and giving kisses. She’s learning to walk nicely on a leash.
All of Noel's brothers have been adopted and now it's time for her to choose her forever home. Is it yours? Apply today! www.DUdobes.org
Coco is a 3 1/2 year old hound mix that was recently surrendered back to us when her owner could no longer care for her. This sweet girl needs a patient and understanding adopter as she takes a little time to adjust to her new environment. She is house trained and very affectionate once she is comfortable.
We don't know if she can be left free to roam when unattended, so Coco is crated when her foster mom is out. She crates well but will occasionally shred the dog beds inside the crate Coco loves to curl up on the couch or in an open crate, and will either sleep on a couch or in bed with her foster mom. She loves car rides and walks. She is protective of her home, and alerts her humans if anyone or another animal is outside.
Coco appears to do well with other dogs, but would probably be fine as an only pup. Coco is uneasy with new people, particularly men. It takes a few visits from people for her to become comfortable with them.
Coco is ready to find her forever home. Is it yours? Apply today! www.DUdobes.org
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Looking forward to seeing you all this Thursday 6/14/18 at Zaftig Brewing Co. from 5:30pm-8pm! for our Pints and Pinschers event benefiing our rescue. Make sure to check out the podcast below! https://t.co/Cu0JMpoG0P