Welcome to doberman911.org, the website for Special Needs Dobermans (SND). We are an organization of people with a common goal of helping senior and special needs Dobermans. That need may be financial or it may be only information and/or moral support for the owner of a Doberman with a serious illness or injury. We will also aid in rehoming and fostering senior Dobermans. These Dobermans may be shelter rescues or they may already be much loved companions with a special need. Financial aid may be through donations or through avenues such as online auctions. Every precaution will be taken to assure that the need is real.

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UPDATE - January 2012!  Mr. Jullian celebrated his 13th birthday and continues to make his Mom smile!! He remains his same irascible self... his bladder polyps are stable! Hip Hip Hooray dear Jullian! Won't you please help us continue to keep this gorgeous Senior DobeGent healthy? THANKS!!
UPDATE - November, 2010!  Mr. Jullian has undergone further testing which revealed his bladder polyps are stable - NO CANCER!! Yippeeeee! Please help us continue to assist this beautiful Senior DobeGent!
UPDATE - July 1, 2010! Mr. Jullian continues to be plagued by an as yet undiagnosed problem. He has undergone further testing which point to perhaps a renal or bladder problem which will be reexamined in another month or so. Please help us help this beautiful Senior DobeGent!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY JULLIAN - May 11, 2010! 12 Glorious Years young!!
Dear FosterMom Mars and the SADAR RescueAngels threw a full-fledged Texas BBQ Birthday Party for this Distinguished Gent today!! Whattttta Guy!! THANKS for showing this great guy such a marvelous time!! We wish you many many more Dear Jullian!!

UPDATE - November, 2010!
March 22, 2010
Meet Mr. Jullian! This gorgeous and sweet 11 year-old doberman boy was surrendered to Margo with San Antonio Doberman Advocacy and Rescue the day before his owner was evicted from his apartment for having a destructive dog. The parting was sad for both Jullian and his owner but the sadness changed quickly! Margo has showered love and care on Jullian and he has begun to blossom. However, a routine visit to the vet threatens Jullian's happiness and his new life as he has symptoms of the dreaded DCM. To read more about this Sweet Senior, you need only go to Jullian's Page. Please help us assist Margo & SADAR pay for the expensive testing and medication Jullian needs to keep this sweet Senior boy comfortable for the rest of his days. Just click on the paypal button to the right to make a donation or you can help by mailing one in. Thank you for any help you can give and remember, no amount is too small. We thank you so very much for your continued support. Dear Jullian is also listed on our Senior Doberman Project and is looking for a Sponsor or a loving forever home. Visit him on his own Senior's page at http://www.doberman911.org/seniors/cases/tx_jullian.html Mr. Jullian, his Angels at San Atonio Doberman Avocacy & Rescue and SND thank you so much for your continued support of our Seniors!

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UPDATE - January 2012! Dear Miss Gypsy continues doing well!  She is lucky enough to have her own Special Angel who she calls her Sugar Daddy!  SD is determined to see that this lovely lady never wants for her meds for diabetes insipidus for the rest of her life!! THANK YOU Gypsy's Angel!! Miss Gypsy and her family remain very grateful!!
UPDATE - July 1, 2010! Miss Gypsy is really doing well as she receives the necessary medication she needs to control her diabetes insipidus thanks to the support of her secret admirer!! Miss Gypsy and her family are very grateful!!
September, 2009: Miss Gypsy is now stabilized and continues to thrive on her regimen of desmopressin which treats her diabetes insipidus - it's costly but it keeps her alive! Look at her beautiful new picture on her page!! Help us continue to help Miss Gypsy!!

Gypsy is a gorgeous 8 month old DobeGirl who was adopted by her foster parents, 2 young children and another rescue, Reece. For several months the family loved watching their little girl grow and laughed at her crazy puppy antics. However 3 weeks ago Gypsy got sick enough to be hospitalized for several days. Test results showed Diabetes Insipidus, controllable through medication. But not too many people can say they have the cash to handle this kind of emergency, so Gypsy's family is asking SND for help with the $1000.00 hospital bill and for the $150.00 monthly medication bill. Please visit Gypsy's Page to learn more about this Dobe. Please help in anyway that you can and thanks SO much for your continued support! You can help by sending in a tax-deductible donation online by using the PayPal button to the right, or by mailing one in. Thank you for any assistance you can provide to help with Gypsy's medical needs.

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The SND General Fund


Special Needs Dobermans is a nonprofit 501(3)(c) corporation. We are able to help Dobermans and their families thanks to the generosity of people like you. Your donation to SND is tax deductible. All money donated on behalf of the Dobermans, every cent, goes towards their care.

The SND General Fund is used to get new Dobes that come our way some initial assistance. Donations made to this fund ensure that we'll always be able to help, now and in the future. Please consider making a contribution to the General Fund by using the PayPal Donation link below or by mailing in a donation. Thank you very much for helping us help Dobes in need!

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