Lola is now ready for her forever home.
Make no mistake there is work to do here, but if you put the work in you will be rewarded with a very special relationship.
This pocket rocket loves, loves, loves to run!! If you don’t channel this enthusiasm correctly she will use her inner Gump to chase anything that moves.
An enclosed field or a sporting home that will allow her to use her drive appropriately would be best. In addition her new family will need to put effort into daily obedience training, working specifically on recall and proofing in many environments, with many distractions.
This girl is capable of learning, can you help her?
Take this girl in and you will be rewarded with one of the most enjoyable dogs we have seen recently. Lola is an absolute joy to be around when she is focussed on her handler. She loves to play as much as run! This will no doubt be the key to her training as you move forward together. Using her toy and food drive to train will be easy and fun for the right family.
• I need another 2kg adding to my body weight
• I damaged my leg and hip when I was 1yr old and as a result I need daily medication to help keep it mobile and ensure I don’t suffer any pain
• I want to stretch my legs and explore new places but I can’t be overly active because of my dickie hip
• I understand basic obedience skills but they do need more work
• I’m fairly good on the lead but more work is needed because I do occasionally like to pull away for an in depth sniff in a tuft of grass or when I see other dogs coming towards me
• I’m crate trained, and can be left for short periods of time
• I’ve had more than a couple of little accidents in the home but this is ‘cause my silly foster mum doesn’t understand my subtle ‘I need out’ sign
• I can be chatty, esp. in the car but I do quiet down once I’ve had some exercise
• I have proven to be friendly with all dogs I’ve met since I arrived with my foster mum, but I did have to be kept separate from one of my previous male sibling ‘cause I didn’t like him very much
• I will be best suited as an only dog in the home
• Cats in the home are for barking and grumbling at, once they disappear back from where they came I amble on back to my comfy spot
One sunny morning at the beginning of May we were introduced to Red, a timid young dobie girl who was awaiting her forever home. We already had Jacob, our 10 year old boy, and we were looking for a companion for him and us. All went well and within a couple of hours Red was on her way back to Yorkshire with us.
Since she arrived she has been a pleasure to be with and she brings a smile to our faces every day. Being a year old she is still full of that puppy youthfulness and has boundless energy, but she is just perfect for us. She has bonded with us all and has endless love to give, and all she wants is to be loved back (and of course treats!) and love her back we do! She fits in so well with our family, and she has even now joined the local gang of dogs that go for morning walks in the local field including a Great Dane puppy who she loves to play chase with.
She still has much to learn but adopting a rescue dobie was one of the best things we did. Thank you to everyone at Lincs Dobermann Rescue for the opportunity to meet and adopt our lovely Red, and for all the work you do for these lovely dogs x
The cutest, kindest little girl, who has led a sheltered life and as a result is nervous about many everyday things – she needs space and time to adjust to her surroundings; she needs someone who will be patient and won’t overload her with new experiences. Ideally a home with no young children and one which is currently without a dog.
This pretty lady is a well natured happy, happy girl with lots of energy. If you want to get her collar on ready to go for a walk be prepared for a happy dance around the home because she can’t sit still for a second; some basic training required. She is good with other dogs and suitable for a home with children over the age of 12. Her loose lead walking leaves a bit to be desired. Not cat tested.