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HAVE YOU HEARD THE NEWS?

In honor of the love of our rescue dogs, a generous donor has offered us a matching gift challenge!  If we can raise $2000 in donations by Easter Sunday(April 5th) our donor is willing to match it at $2000.  If we raise it in 30 days they will throw in an extra $500!  Please remember that all donations are tax deductible.  Thank you in advance for your support!

 
                         Donations can be mailed to
                         DRON
                         POB 390684
                         Omaha, NE  68139-0684

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Available Dogs as of

*** Attn *** Foster homes Needed: Please complete an application and indicate "wish to foster" in comments to apply.


Abby

Black Jack

Britta


Jeb


Miles

Reese
Those darn dog
rescues with all
of their rules
and questions
- what gives
?


Teko

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Adopt an Older Dog
  DOBERMAN RESCUE OF NEBRASKA
POB 390684
OMAHA NE
68139-0684
402-614-4495
dron95@yahoo.com
 


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*If you live outside of the Omaha area and are inquiring about a specific dog please email us to save us long distance fees in returning your calls.  This is another way you help the animals.  Thank you.

All of our dogs above are current with all shots, are on heart worm preventative monthly and are neutered/spayed. All of the above Dobes are pure breed Dobermans unless otherwise noted.

We hope you can find a place in your heart and your home for one of our rescue Dobes.

Please Note:  FENCED IN YARD IS REQUIRED!

We do not place our rescue dogs in homes with very young children (under the age of 8 years). We set these limitations, not because of aggression issues with our dogs, but because Dobermans are generally large, active dogs and can easily knock down, run over or easily trip a small child, causing a serious fall. Also, we reserve the right to refuse adoption for any reason.

Our adoption area encompasses Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota.

 
 
                DOBERMAN RESCUE OF NEBRASKA
                POB 390684
                OMAHA NE  68139-0684
                402-614-4495
                   dron95@yahoo.com