We are giving our lovely Dobermann Lilu up for Adoption she is not neutered and fully trained listens to commands and can be walked of lead in open areas. Lived with kids and other animals since puppy. Has no health issues and full medical record. We have all Dog accessories like Bed collars food bowls and leads to hand over with. The only Reason for giving her up is that we need to move and finding a new home for us is very difficult if not impossible for us. It breaks our Heart but this way we can at least be part of the decision how and where she goes to.
This is Zack. He is a large boisterous boy who is two and a half years old. He is neutered. He is in foster and doing well so now looking for his forever home. He needs an experienced large breed owner. He can be very boisterous in the house but as long as he has a long walk he will settle and just want cuddles. He is relatively good off lead unless he sees a runner or a bike and then wants to play and in doing so can gently nip. He is good when he is out with other dogs but would need to be only dog in a household as gets dominant in the house. He knows his commands and listens happily in the house but tends to ignore when outside. Loves playing with balls. He is crate trained and really is a beautiful boy. Would not put with children as gets over excited. Zack has been vet checked, is up to date with vaccinations and flea/worm treatment If you are interested there is an adoption fee and homecheck required. Zack comes with 5 weeks free pet insurance
Kenny is a 2yr old Doberman male, he is neutered, fully vaccinated, microchipped, flea and worm treated and will be rehomed with 5 weeks free pet insurance. Kenny is originally imported (hence his docked tail and badly cropped ears) but soon found himself in the stray pound at only a few months old. He has had a bit of a journey since then which we will fill potential home offers in on in full but this poor lad is STILL to find his forever home who can give him what he needs, keep him safe and most importantly give him the stability that he desperately needs. Kenny is from working Doberman stock and as such they are not your average pet dog. He has a keen drive and needs LOTS of both physical and mental stimulation to thrive. We are looking for an EXPERIENCED doberman home who understand the breed traits and can help guide Kenny to be the best dog he can be. He has benefitted from a 10 week basic training class and behaviourist support in the past. Kenny is a lovely lad with people he meets, he can sometimes be a little mouthy still when over excited but does listen to commands and is generally well behaved. He absolutely lives for his walks and needs a nice secure area where he can be let off to run, he recall is getting there but his desire to chase will manifest if he see's bikes, cars, rabbits etc so needs managing carefully. He walks well on the lead and travels well in the car. Kenny is good with most other dogs out and about offlead and when introduced properly but can be reactive to some other males, especially if they appear confrontational. He could live with a calm, friendly spayed bitch or can be considered as the only dog in the home. He will chase cats and is best not homed with small furries. Kenny is generally a good boy in the home, he is house trained and apart from liking to rip up any soft toys he has he isnt destructive unless left for a long time when he could become bored. Unfortunately we cannot consider homes with children under the age of 14yrs or where there are regularly visiting small children. Kenny is being fostered in South Birmingham but can be rehomed further afield subject to homecheck and donation. If you feel you have the skills and experience to offer Kenny what he needs for a lifetime home please email us telling us all about your home offer and contact details to [email removed]
Unfortunately I’m having to sell my Black and Tan boy. Fci registered with passport. My other dog is not getting along with him and it’s not fair to keep them together. He still needs work with house training, lead training etc as I have only had him a few weeks, I imported him my self from a respected show breeder in Romania. He still needs work posting his ears as one is up & one down at the moment. He is a big playful boy good with kids and other dogs. No time waters. No offers.
dobermann stud dog black and tan farther to a lot of litters.very calm lives with other dogs good family dog no nastiness to people or animals fully vaccinated all injections up to date normally fathers between 8 to 12 pups of mixed litter of black and tan and brown and tan
sadly forced to re-home our nearly 3 year old Doberman Male. He is a lovely dog He would be suitable to an adult only home or with older children 12+. He is very energetic and requires a lot of exercise minimum 3 long walks a day. He is house trained and has basic sit, stay, lay down training. He is good on the lead and off the lead, his recall ok but could do with some work. He is a protective breed so his natural instinct is to guard his home, he’s quiet but will back if anyone comes to the back gate, or tries to enter without permission! He would be best suited with someone with previous Doberman or similar breed experience. He is KC registered and will come with all paperwork and vaccination history. He is a 5th generation pure breed Doberman, he has all of his parents traits imbedded within him but he needs time and patience to qoax it out of him. Thus an experienced owner required. He will not go to just anyone, serious enquiries only.
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