865-363-6706 adoption@vsdr.org
Volunteer State Doberman Rescue
Welcome to

Volunteer State Doberman Rescue

Providing Second Chances is our First Priority
Thank you for Visiting!

Learn More How You Can Help
Volunteer State Doberman Rescue
Welcome to

Volunteer State Doberman Rescue

Providing Second Chances is our First Priority
Thank you for Visiting!

Learn More How You Can Help

Adopt

Learn more about Adoption Availability. Our Adoption Process and the Adoption Application!

Learn More

Foster

Learn about fostering a Doberman through VSDR and fill out a fostering application.

Learn More

Help VSDR

We have many areas within our organization the we could use volunteers.

Learn More

Share

Exciting news about the rescue dogs that have been adopted through VSDR and our success stories.

Learn More

Volunteer State Doberman Rescue (VSDR)

VSDR was founded April 1, 2018 by a dedicated group of volunteers wanting to create a harmonious rescue to assist Dobermans in need from Tennessee and surrounding states. We are a foster-based organization without a main facility. VSDR is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

Facebook Posts

2 days ago

Volunteer State Doberman Rescue

Prince is a 1 year old, black & tan, goofy boy. He came to us via the animal shelter route so we don’t have any background information. What we have learned so far is that he could use some house training work (should come naturally with him learning to live in a home environment). Prince would likely do best with a fenced in yard that will give him plenty of opportunity to burn off that adolescent doberman energy.

ADOPTION FEE $300

This Doberman is available for adoption through Volunteer State Doberman Rescue. Please visit our website at www.vsdr.org to fill out an adoption application.
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

2 days ago

Volunteer State Doberman Rescue

Prince is a 1 year old, black & tan, goofy boy. He came to us via the animal shelter route so we don’t have any background information. What we have learned so far is that he could use some house training work (should come naturally with him learning to live in a home environment). Prince would likely do best with a fenced in yard that will give him plenty of opportunity to burn off that adolescent doberman energy.

ADOPTION FEE $300

This Doberman is available for adoption through Volunteer State Doberman Rescue. Please visit our website at www.vsdr.org to fill out an adoption application.
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook