Doberman Rescue League needs support in Broward

BROWARD COUNTY, Fla. – What comes in five different colors and can weigh up to 90 pounds? The “Dobies” at The Doberman Rescue League in Broward County.

The nonprofit’s sanctuary is the home of four-year-old Jesse James and one-year-old Susie. It used to be the home of Petunia and Pirate as well. Marcel Delorm, a volunteer, recently adopted her.

“We adopted a dog from this animal rescue about nine years ago and he’s just our heart and soul,” Delorm said, adding that he spends his weekends at Pompano Beach Pet Lodge when he’s not taking care of his three Dobermans takes care. “They are clingy; They’re all about you. Once they are your best friend, they will not leave your side, they are there for you. They feel your feelings, they know everything about you and that’s amazing.”

Sometimes they are also wild, crazy and funny like Rex, one of the “Dobies” put up for adoption. Ginny Wargo is the Vice President of the Doberman Rescue League.

“Dobermans are needy. People don’t realize how needy they are, they want to be attached to you, they want to be next to you, they want to be clingy, they stay puppies for a very, very long time,” Wargo said, also describing them as “just big babies.”

Wargo said that when he got a Doberman pinscher about three decades ago and had a great experience, he decided he would never live with any other breed again. His mission was to save about 100 annually.

“They are great dogs, they really are,” Wargo said, adding, “However, we’ve been very busy right now with so many medical dogs coming in lately. The medical dogs have been crazy and it’s unfortunate what the dogs are going through.”

Wargo said 10-month-old Mahomes had to have one of his legs amputated but is resilient and was adopted.

“We try to screen people as best we can and make sure that as the dogs have already failed once when they are with us, sometimes multiple times, so we want to do everything we can to ensure them once they are with us we ended up in the right houses,” Wargo said.

For more information about The Doberman Rescue Leaguefollow them on Facebook And on Instagram.

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Sarah Y. Kim

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