The Phoenix Fund
We know you have all seen the dogs in shelters and on various social media sites that are posted needing help more than others. These dogs don’t always look the greatest, but hiding behind those soulful eyes is an animal that is battling chronic issues and neglect.
Our Rescue is repeatedly asked to take them in and help them to the best of our abilities. It is our honor and privilege to repair as much of their body and soul as we can. Often these dogs will end up in our own homes and live out their remaining lives with us. We would prefer to open up opportunities for adopters to experience the love and joy that you can only experience from a special needs dog.
So Doberman Underground decided it was time to initiate a long term goal of ours and push it into reality. We still want to take these dogs in and honor our responsibility, but also make it easier for you to provide them with a home while we bear some of the financial burdens. For this, the Phoenix Fund was created. With some TLC from the rescue, and your ability to love and provide security, these dogs can rise up from the ashes and soar to their best life.
The rescue will choose the very few special animals that will be a part of the Phoenix Fund. These dogs are not always seniors or older. Some are younger and have a chronic health issue. If a dog in the Phoenix Fund program has a chronic issue, Doberman Underground will provide financial support for that particular need. Each dog will qualify for specific costs that will be paid for by the rescue for that particular chronic need. The vet will be of the choosing of the rescue.
This program is not about heroic measures, but keeping the dog happy and comfortable to the best of everyone’s abilities. You provide love. We will help to provide financial support to keep everyone happy.
If you would like to support The Phoenix Fund you may do so by clicking the PayPal button below. There you will have the option of making a one-time donation or a monthly donation. We thank you for your generosity.
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Pappy is a big, cuddly 8 year old boy that was was surrendered because his owners had too many other dogs in the home. We are sad to report that Pappy has been diagnosed with DCM. Pappy didn’t get out much in his previous home, so he is fearful or riding in the car and being confined. He does well in the house without being crated. He’s house trained and knows basic commands. Pappy is playful but he can be stubborn, so you have to work to get his attention. He is good with other dogs and does well with kids. Due to his size he will do best with children 10 and older. No cats! Pappy is looking for a permanent foster home to give him his best life. His care will be paid for by Doberman Underground and subsidized by our Phoenix Fund. To submit an application click HERE to go to our application page, or to make a donation click the donate button above.
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Ozzy was found on October 31, 2018 on the streets of West Virginia. He was taken in by animal control as a cruelty cause because of the condition he was in. Ozzy was severely emaciated, forty pounds underweight, had a bone deformity, pressure sores, and scarring, they observed that his spirit was unbroken. Doberman Underground did not hesitate to take Ozzy in.
The specialist at Ohio State University diagnosed with Hypertrophic Osteodystrophy, and we then set out to determine the best course of treatment for him. After many consultations with different vets and specialist, it was determined that Ozzy’s quality of life was best to not do surgical procedures on his legs. But because of how young Ozzy is future care would be needed is more based on preventative and preserving his use of the legs, so water therapy, medications, for now, are being used with the potential for a need of a cart at some point in his later life.
Ozzy was adopted on April 19th and for now, he is living his best life ever with his new mom and dober-sister as they hike and explore on her horse farm.