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 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.

FOND currently has 8 Dobermanns in its care, three in permanent foster homes being Rossi, Flo, and Missy, Morti is in short-term foster care and then there is Jodie, Priscilla and Dillinger with Pam at H.Q. Gaia and Loki are the new arrivals. Dillinger, Morti, Gaia and Loki are all looking for permanent homes. Jodie and Priscilla are permanent FOND residents.

Dobermanns Needing Homes



Brown and tan neutered bitch born in December 2013. Vaccinations up-to-date and microchipped. Litter sister to Loki.

  • Sweet nature, friendly bitch
  • Travels very well in the car
  • Has not lived with children or other animals
  • Walked on a head collar
  • House trained
  • Needs owner with time to work on recall and lead training



Brown and tan male to be neutered prior to rehoming. Litter brother to Gaia. Born in December 2013 and his vaccinations and microchip are all up-to-date.

  • Friendly dog but initially a little reserved
  • Travels very well in the car
  • Has not lived with children or other animals
  • Walked on a headcollar
  • House trained
  • Needs owner with time to work on recall and lead training

GaiaGaia and LokiLoki

Gaia and Loki are a nice pair of Dobies but they need to go to separate homes and learn to engage with their owner. This should come relatively quickly but due to owner’s circumstances they have been left to their own devices. Being rehomed through absolutely no fault of their own and will make lovely pets but need some work. Friendly dogs who are inclined to jump up, but generally have easy, relaxed natures around the home. Very strong prey drives and would chase anything furry. Should be ready for rehoming mid-May after a period of assessment. Although neither dog has lived with small children there is no reason to believe that they would not be fine with an older family.


Dilly looking for his forever home

Meet Dillinger, he is a tall, handsome, entire 4 year old male with a somewhat doleful expression.

Life has been very tough for him in the past and he is looking for that special person to turn his life around. Dilly would like a country home with large garden and access to quiet walks where he can gain confidence and restore his faith in mankind.

  • Shy, nervous but very kindly dog
  • Travels well and loves the car
  • Has lived with children and other animals
  • Walks well on the lead
  • Microchipped and with up-to-date vaccinations
  • Loves to play with a ball, great sense of fun
  • Needs owner/s with patience, time and understanding

Dilly is certainly enjoying exploring the grounds at FOND, going for his walks and is quite playful. Loves his food and is now putting on condition. He has also learned to exercise on the treadmill which is helping build up muscle on his back end.

Dilly is very handsome

Dilly will need an owner who is home most of the day and can initially be home 24/7 to settle him in. He is not a difficult dog, he is loving and wants to please. He will make a very special and loyal companion so hopefully there is someone out there who would like to turn this dog’s life around.

Please complete an adoption application form and send photographs of your secure garden if you would like to be considered for Dilly. Please remember we are looking for a quiet, country home so please do not apply for Dilly unless you fit the critera, you will need knowledge of large active breeds and time for this gorgeous boy. He would benefit from being with a steady ‘bomb proof’ bitch not necessarily a dobe, just a companion whose example he will gain confidence from and be a playmate for Dilly.




Up-date 19th April: Morti was neutered yesterday and all went well, she is obviously on the ‘easy’ list for the next 10 days when the stitches will be removed and she will have her second vaccination after which she will be ready for her special home. Dod and Karolyn her foster carers are delighted with Morti and last weekend introduced her to Molly the Yorkie. The pair had fun and games together we have videos available to applicants who have completed a successful adoption form. Morti appears to be more comfortable with small dogs than large ones.

Up-date 11th April:Morti is now happily settled in her foster home and has just had a great weekend free running in the field and woods, no worries, she went to the seaside which was very busy with other dogs and was no problem being well behaved on lead.

Black and tan bitch born in September 2011 she was brought up with Dillinger, three children various pets and another dog.

Morti behaved very well whilst in support kennel in Ayrshire and is a very loving individual. She became best friends with Sid a young bullmastiff and a bit of a favourite with the staff as she is so loving.

  • Confident, friendly and affectionate bitch
  • Travels well in the car
  • Would live with a male
  • Responding encouragingly to lead training
  • Microchipped, vaccinations to be restarted
  • To be neutered
  • Craves human company and loves a cuddle