Doberman Rescue of New Mexico

A PO Box 26582, Albuquerque, NM 87125 rescue helping to find loving homes for dogs.

Pets at Doberman Rescue of New Mexico

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  • Dogs
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  • Baby
  • Puppy
  • Kitten
  • Young
  • Adult
  • Senior
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  • Male
  • Female
Photo of Boomer


Male, Puppy
Doberman Pinscher

Photo of Sar


Male, Puppy
Doberman Pinscher

Photo of Todd


Male, Puppy
Doberman Pinscher

Photo of Copper


Male, Puppy
Doberman Pinscher

Photo of Raisin


Female, Adult
Doberman Pinscher


Female, Adult
Doberman Pinscher

Photo of Shrimp


Male, Senior
Doberman Pinscher

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Areas Doberman Rescue of New Mexico Serves

We have an extensive network of volunteers in New Mexico, Colorado, and Arizona. We welcome applications from the southwest region of the United States.

Doberman Rescue of New Mexico's Adoption Process

After you contact us we will ask for you to complete an on line application. This will be followed up with a phone interview and then a home visit. Once the afore mentioned has been completed and you have been approved we will work on matching you with your perfect dog. Fees range from $200-$350 depending on the dogs age.

About Doberman Rescue of New Mexico

Thank you for considering adopting a Doberman through Doberman Rescue of New Mexico. The last two years have brought an average of one Doberman per week in need of our attention. If you are considering adopting, then you will be a critical part of the rescue and you will get to keep the prize.
Many of our Dobermans come from animal shelters. They are picked up as strays, they are impounded by owners who don't want them any more. Many are healthy, some are not. Sometimes owners contact us when they can't keep their dog any longer and transfer ownership to Doberman Rescue.
Our volunteers assess for health and temperament. All Dobermans who come through our organization are neutered or spayed, microchipped, Rabies and Distemper/Parvo vaccinated and tested for heartworm. To the best of our ability we assess temperament. Wheather the dog is good with children, men, women, other dogs, cats. Is the dog house-broken, content to be alone or in need of a companion dog? Has the dog undergone physical or mental trauma?
We do the best we ca to understand as much as we can prior to releasing a dog to a new owner. If a dog seems "good to go" and adoption occurs, we stay in touch to make sure s/he settles in well as rescue dogs often come with baggage that's not always obvious.

Come Meet Doberman Rescue of New Mexico's Pets

All of our dogs are housed in foster homes and are listed on our website as well as on We do not have a shelter or house and dogs in one centeral location.

Doberman Rescue of New Mexico's Adopted Pets

See Adopted Pets List