At Desert Harbor Doberman Rescue of Arizona, we value our strong partnerships throughout the rescue community.
PACC911 Rescue Partner
PACC911 is a coalition of 100 well-respected animal welfare organizations throughout Arizona, most of which are within Maricopa County. PACC911 provides opportunities for its partners to work together for the benefit of animals through events, fundraising, education, and more. DHDR upholds high standards as required by all PACC911 partners.
Maricopa County Animal Care – New Hope Partner
Through its strong New Hope partnerships with qualifying rescue groups and a focus on spay & neuter, Maricopa County has drastically improved it’s euthanasia rates over the past decade. DHDR is proud to be a qualified and trusted New Hope partner.
Best Friends Animal Society NMHP Network Partner
As the nation’s largest no-kill sanctuary for companion animals, Best Friends operates the No More Homeless Pets network. This collection of animal welfare organizations is committed to saving the lives of homeless pets through effective adoption and spay-neuter programs. DHDR is proud to collaborate with the Best Friends network.
Petfinder Pro Member
As the number one website for adoptable pets, PetFinder features DHDR dobermans. Our membership allows for a stronger network and access to top resources.
Doberman Pinscher Club of America
Founded by a member of the DPCA, DHDR provides DPCA information to our adopters and to the general public for stronger education.
As a member of the PetCo Foundation, DHDR hosts in-store events and collaborates to save more lives.
Google for Nonprofits Member
DHDR has gone through Google’s review and accreditation process to become an official Google for Nonprofits member.
Guidestar acts as a third party, ensuring transparency in charities. DHDR is an accredited Bronze charity.
Shelter Animals Count
Shelter Animals Count is a nation-wide independent, non-profit created to share and steward a national database of sheltered animals that provides facts and enables insights to save lives. DHDR reports our data to Shelter Animals Count on a monthly basis.