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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.
Dobermanns Needing Homes
Up-date 18th January:Ria is coming along really well, she has settled and is just a gorgeous Dobe. Running in the dunes with Priscilla, meeting other dogs and people, recalling well, delighted with her. Ria attended her first dog training class last Tuesday and behaved well. Just wanting that right country home with plenty of space and time for her. Rather a special girl.
Up-date 8th January: Ria spent a period in our support kennel and is no fair weather Dobe, whatever the elements are chucking at you she is happy to be out and about in it having fun. She is now at FOND H.Q. and is already a smart performer on the treadmill, very useful in this weather and loving playing ball in the wall garden when she retrieves pretty well. Out and about in the nearby stubble fields she is recalling well as long as there is no scent of deer. A very driven girl she would excel at tracking or any other task as she wants to learn.
Ria is ready for a home, she is doing OK here because she has Priscilla as a kennel companion and comes into the house twice daily for set periods. We would not want her to go to a home that kennels their dogs whilst away on holiday as this would stress her, she needs someone who will take her with them or have a house sitter in as once that forever home comes up it must be forever. Ria likes other dogs and would definitely benefit from having a steady male companion, not necessarily a Dobe, just a well adjusted male that has seen and done it all to give Ria stability. This girl will be worth the effort for the right person or couple.
Ria is a stunning, very athletic and high energy young bitch born May 2013 she is now seeking a home with an experienced Dobermann owner or someone used to training high energy large dogs who will give Ria the time and understanding she needs.
Ria is alleged to have had many homes but her only problems appear to be counter surfing and suffering from separation anxiety due to previous circumstances.
- Travels well in the car and happy to sit and wait for you
- Slightly unsure when meeting strangers but a treat soon rectifies that
- Lovely natured, happy girl who likes to play
- Walked on a Gentle Leader
- No cats or other small furries
- Loves to play with all other dogs
- Ria would benefit from the company of a well socialised male
- Vaccinations up-to-date, microchipped, and spayed
We do not know whether Ria has lived with children and although she seems quite relaxed when we have met them she will not be re-homed with small children. There is no doubt that an experienced owner will have a wonderful companion and a Dobe who will be a willing pupil ranging from obedience classes to agility, Cani-X or tracking. She is one smart girl and just needs to find an understanding owner.
Typical Dobe she loves to bring you a present when you arrive and will dash about with anything from a dish cloth to your shoes when there are not enough of her own toys handy to grab. Very food orientated and a bit of a tea-leaf, a nosey girl who surfs the counters and currently jumps up with enthusiasm. Nothing that cannot be put right with training.
Handsome, brown and tan male, three and a half to four year old male who is looking for a new home. Bruno was entire and not getting on with another male dog in the home. He has lived with children.
- Very friendly people orientated dog
- Walks well on the lead
- Lovely natured, happy boy who likes to play
- Possibly best as an only dog
- Vaccinations up-to-date, microchipped, and neutered
Bruno is a lovely friendly dog who loves meeting people, being petted and then leaning on them! He travels well in the car, can be left in the home and is not at all nervous being inquisitive and out going.
On walks he is good off lead and we are told runs around playing with other dogs however like most male Dobes he should not have been living with another male dog. Bruno has only just come into foster home so his assessment is on-going but first thoughts are he is a straight forward, delightful dog. /p>