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Doberman needs new home.

Discussion in 'Dog Rescue and Adoption' started by DBJS, Feb 9, 2012.


  1. DBJS

    DBJS PetForums Newbie

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    Hi everyone ...

    I have a five year old chocolate brown doberman called Charlie that we need to find a new home. Unfortunately we have to rehouse Charlie as we have a poorly child with heart problems and can no longer give Charlie all the time he deserves.

    He is in the best of health with no problems what so ever, and has an amazing temperament and great round people ( a big softy ) Breaks our hearts to let him go.

    I can send photos on request.

    Regards

    David.
     
  2. hawksport

    hawksport Banned

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    He would be better off going to breed rescue where a new home can be checked properly and he will be given proper back up

    Dobermann Rescue

    Area Officers


    Essex, Grt London, Kent

    Mrs A. Gibbins, Cranfield Kennels, Cranfield Park Rd, Wickford, Essex SS12 9GL

    01268 733353
    Lincs

    Mr& Mrs Winterbourn, Sataeki, 11 Harvester Way, Sibsey, Boston, Lincs.

    01205 750570
    Lancs

    Mrs Judith Balshaw, 32 Delamere Street, Chesham, Bury, BL9 6NE

    01617 635423
    Shrops & West Midlands

    Mrs Val Griffiths, The Foldyard, Muxton lane, Muxton, Telford, Shropshire. TF2 8QT

    01952 409474
    Suffolk

    Miss H. Townsend, Red House Barn, Mill Lane, Barham, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP6 0QA

    01473 832301
    North Wales

    Mrs E Charlton, Waen Farm, Rhydymwyn Road, Gwernaffield Mold, Flintshire CH7 5DX

    01352 741281
    Sussex

    Mrs Bradley, 65 Ashurst Road, Brighton, East Sussex. BN2 4PJ

    01273 684830
     
  3. tattoogirl73

    tattoogirl73 PetForums VIP

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    you could also try the dobermann trust or the dobermann rehoming association. both easily found using google. please do not advertise him on any 'for sale' pages :nono: by going through breed rescue you are ensuring that he will find the best home for him.
     
  4. maxdewinter

    maxdewinter PetForums Newbie

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    Hi David, Have just joined this site, we are looking to home a dobermann, we are a retired couple and have some fifty years experience of dobermanns and rottweilers, our rottie died last year and we would now dearly like to offer a kind, loving and secure home to an older dog. We live in a little village and we have a large enclosed garden.
    So hope that you might consider us as prospective adopters for you much loved pet. Our e-mail is maxdewinter40@gmail.com
     
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