out all the new Dobes...coast
to coast and border to border listings! We are introducing
a new feature to the SDP Home Page! Meet the Seniors!
Every week we will feature another beautiful Senior Dobe -
please visit our Seniors and maybe become a sponsor... or
fulfill every Seniors dream of a Forever Family! Thanks
for visiting!! Please enjoy this beautiful tribute to Rescued
Dobermans everywhere - brought to us by a believer!!
me the ugly dog with one eye, three legs,
and help me show that they're more than just a form
and a face.
me the scarred dog, burned and slashed with hate,
and help me lead it away from that terrible fate.
me the deaf and blind dog, and help me show it the way
in the silence and dark of each of their days.
me the shutdown dog, depressed of mind,
and help me cherish their soul until their fears unwind.
me the old dog, bent and broken with age,
and help me fill their last days with an unending grace.
me the ugly dog, I'll leave the pretty one for you,
and help me show them they're worthy of love and joy,
Leslie Bird Nuccio is President of Doberman Rescue of North
Carolina – she speaks from her heart for all who do
this amazing work on behalf of those who would otherwise have
no voice, no future.
Senior Doberman Project's
Senior of the Week!
through May 4, 2017
looking for a home where I feel safe and loved!!
my picture above and visit my page!!
love Sponsors while he's enjoying life!!
year-old Tessa is a girl with an undeserved black mark on
her record but the rescue has found her to be a happy, fun-loving
girl and they hope she wiRayne is a sweet 9 year old girl
whose owners bought her as a puppy and bred her one time.
When they decided to move the decided not to take her with
them but her "surrender" (=abandonment) paperwork
said they knew she was incontinent and they “just couldn’t
deal with it” but they did decide not to treat it. She’s
on Proin now doing much better with only occasional dribbles.
Her nails were really long causing her to slip on the stairs
so they will be trimmed. She has lived with kids but is very
nervous around new people. She was very depressed when she
was surrendered but is slowly coming out of it. She gets along
well with other dogs and cats and loves to go on walks. To
visit Rayne and send her a Senior Sponsorship you can go to
can learn more about Miss Rayne and
many other Seniors who need your support by going to http://www.doberman911.org/seniors/cases.
Here you can also help Doberman rescues across the country
with their Seniors by sponsoring a Senior Doberman for $40
per month or $480 per year. Our goal is to encourage Rescues
to take in more Seniors by helping them with the day to day
expenses for routine medical care or just extras like nice
comfy beds and toys to make their golden years the best yet.
It's a great way to honor the lives of these older Dobermans,
many of whom never knew love or care during
their younger years.
you have any questions about Miss
or any of our other beautiful Seniors, please email us at
Thank you for your support!!
us About Your Senior Dobe!
Do you have a senior Dobe in need of rescue? SDP would like
to know! You can use the Add Your Senior link to the left
to download the virus-free form and email
it to us. The more senior Dobes we know about, the more
we can help!
you would like to contribute to the Senior Medical Fund, you
can do so by making a tax deductible donation or by sending
in items that can be used for our eBay fund raising auctions.
Monetary donations can be made online with a credit card by
using the PayPal button below, or you can mail a check or
money order to the address below. Here is the PayPal button:
send a check or money order, please make it payable to Special
Needs Dobermans. If your donation is for the Seniors Medical
Fund, make sure to put "SF" on the memo line. If
it is for a specific senior, make sure to put the name of
the Senior Dobe on your donation. Our mailing address for
144 Road 2776
Aztec, NM 87410
thank you for your support! Again, no donation is
too small! If you have any suggestions or questions, please
feel free to email