Good News

Successfully Rehomed
Red

Red

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

Nia (2yr old) – adopted

Nia (2yr old) – adopted

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.

Peanut (4yr old) – adopted

Peanut (4yr old) – adopted

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.

Adopted.  Bailey (9mths)

Adopted. Bailey (9mths)

Hi, I’m Bailey! I’m not as brown as the brown Dobermanns and I’ve got white bits on me because I’m half Dobermann and half Labrador

Bailey is the most difficult dog we currently have. He is strong on the lead and will use his mouth to get attention. He does this by jumping and grabbing while walking, he also does this off lead. He is reactive to dogs and people. He can be a little stubborn, he will pick up simple concepts like “look at me” type training. We suspect he may be reactive in a range of other situations. Bailey continues to be assessed and trained, look out here for further updates.

Adopted.  Cairo (17mths) – all about me

Adopted. Cairo (17mths) – all about me

  • I’m not very good at settling at home unless I’m around my hoomans;  I’m best left in a crate when I’ve to be left for a period of time (bedtime and when they go out)
  • I travel OK when crated, but have been known to chew things, like my harness if seat belted in.  My foster hoomans have done a great job of training me to jump up into the car crate.
  • I can be boisterous on and off lead, and have to be given clear boundaries because I do have mouthing tendencies and sometimes use my body to try to manipulate things my way
  • I don’t mind children but because of my previous mouthing issues the hoomans think that I’d be better in a home without out any little people
  • I’m good with other dogs, although my play can be a little over the top
  • I’m not very good around livestock, I like to bark at them and would chase them given the opportunity
  • I’m proud of my obedience skills, I have a good recall (except around little furry things and livestock), I have a strong wait and can do all the other basics really well

Loki

Loki

Adopted. This young man is two years old and needs further training. He’s very strong on the lead and needs someone who will invest in his future. In the home he’s the sweetest most loving and affectionate boy. As we want to make sure he goes to a home who have time for him we’re asking for adopters who have no children and no other pets.

Freya

Freya

Adopted. Freya is only a baby of one year old and finds herself in rescue due to no fault of her own. She needs a family who can invest in her and help her overcome some basic training needs such as toilet training during the night and basic manners. Freya is a very bouncy girl and will jump up into your face to give kisses therefore she’s not suited to a home with young children. She can live with another older dog who can be a good role model for her but no cats please.

If this sounds like you please fill in an adoption application and one of our helpers will be in touch to discuss.

Oskar

Oskar

Adopted. Oskar is not yet 3 years old. He has been pushy with other dogs in his previous home receiving attention or food but he’s happy to socialise with other dogs when he’s out and about. He’s strong on the leash and will need further training. He can’t live with cats.

Lola

Lola

Adopted. This girl is 4 years old very loving and affectionate. She needs to live in a home without cats or other dogs. She’s sadly just had surgery to amputate her tail following trauma.