Dogs Needing Homes

Please note if interested in one of our Dobermanns you will be required to complete our Adoption Application form and subject to a home check and veterinary references. Please see Adoption Page on this website and remember to help keep our costs down make sure you give a land line number if leaving a telephone message. Alternatively please call back later. Thank you.

Please note that when applying to adopt one of our dobermanns, most of our dogs are kennelled in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. If you would like know more about a certain dog please call Pam on (01346) 532227.

There are currently several Dobermanns in FOND’s care. We have four in permanent foster homes these are Shona, Rossi, Flo, and Missy. Priscilla is a permanent FOND resident and lives with Pam at H.Q. Priscilla enjoys keeping the males in for rehoming company. Currently she shares her time between best pal Max who is 24 months old in need of a professional home along with little Zeus who arrived at the end of January. Unfortunately it looks as though Max may be another dobe in FOND’s care permanently and little Zeus still waiting for the right home to come along.

Dobermanns Needing Homes

Zeus

Zeus

Up-date: 1st March:Zeus attended his first socialistion class last week and coped far better than anticipated. He is running in a small pack of 4 dobies when out walking and doing well.

Young Zeus is just a little chap but absolutely delightful, such a loving character, he was a year old on the 10th February.

Zeus was rescued awful circumstances. His owner spent 3 months gaining Zeu’s confidence. Unfortunately the resident elderly dogs would not tolerate the lively youngster and Zeus was relinquished to FOND for rehoming.

He will make someone a fantastic companion however he craves companionship and is surprisingly affectionate considering the horrible start he has had in life. Looking for a quiet calm household where he can be someone’s special boy and have company all or most of the day.

  • Sweet natured dog desperate to please
  • Travels well
  • Needs general socialisation
  • Needs work on the lead
  • Microchipped, vaccinations up-to-date
  • Currently entire

Zeus

Zeus runs and bounds like a gazelle he is only a small dog and appears to have a fantastic temperament. His recall is very good locally. He only arrived at the end of January when he was very shy but is now gaining confidence and loves going out walking frequently out in a pack of four dobies or in his case running Zeus has been out walking with visiting Ria a former Fondie and is now great pals with Priscilla. Videos available to serious applicants.

Max

Max

Max is a very striking, powerful neutered male Dobermann born end of March 2016. He is not for the faint hearted as he is too clever for his own good and can be controlling. In the right hands this handsome boy could be quite brilliant in any field from obedience to tracking or agility. He just loves and needs to be worked. He cannot go as a family dog as he needs an owner where the relationship is one on one and with someone who is used to training and working with a full on young male dobermann. Max was returned to FOND last September and has not been a problem, he has formed a strong friendship with Priscilla but in the main he is best as an only dog because he can be possessive. Max is reactive to other dogs especially when on lead, however, if you have his attention with a ball he remains focused on you.

  • Overly confident, highly intelligent dog
  • Loves the car and travels well
  • Plays very well with Priscilla
  • Strong on the lead so full of energy
  • Microchipped, vaccinations up-to-date
  • Good house dog protective of his home and grounds

Max

Looking for a rural home for Max as an only dog with someone who will give him the exercise and training he needs. Max is happy with his current regime but it would be nice to think he could find someone that can give him that special home. PLEASE do not apply for this dog unless you have the necessary knowledge and time to give he is not for the novice.