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Doberman Rescue Unlimited, INC

52 Tenney Rd, Sandown, NH 03873, United States

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Established in 1988, Doberman Rescue Unlimited, Inc. (DRU) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, charitable organization whose purpose is to rescue abused, abandoned and unwanted Dobermans and other domestic animals and after rehabilitating them, place them in good, safe and loving homes. We are a state licensed rescue located on a sprawling 15 acres in Southern NH. Our state of the art shelter includes a beautiful training facility, large fenced in yards, a medical room, wash stations and a variety of rooms and runs to be able to comfortably and safely house the dogs in our care. Doberman Rescue Unlimited is not just a rescue organization. Another important function of DRU is public education. We educate the public about Dobermans and responsible, humane animal care. Our organization produces a newsletter and supplies educational materials to dog owners. Where appropriate, staff and volunteers are available to counsel dog owners, or to help find a solution to enable the dog to remain in its original home. We also support our local police departmwnt/animal control with housing stray animals and we host low-cost rabies clinic for the community.

  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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