Bob has been bought from abroad and spent his life in a kennel. He has had basic whistle training but not a lot of walks and was quite panicked when we leaded him up the first time!
Bob was brought to us because he was spending 12-14 hours a day in the kennel, neighbours were complaining about his barking. He has a couple of kennel sores from lying on concrete.
He’s very happy to be handled, likes new people and was examined easily by the vet. His owner advised that he is good with other dogs but while with us, he’s still a bit fearful.
His ears and tail have been mutilated, illegal in the UK, but why likely brought over from the continent.
What kind of home do we need for Bob?
An experienced owner of large working breeds is our first requirement. Dobermann’s are not for the first time dog owner.
We would like a garden for him or at least a strong and experienced adopter while his lead manners are perfected. Bear in mind he is a barker and he’s never lived in a house so could be destructive!
He has never been around children and can get excited and jump up so those unsteady on their feet will not be suited to living with Bob either.
If you’re interested in learning more about Bob please contact us, you will be required to fill in an adoption application form before visiting the kennels.
Applications will close once we find a suitable applicant.
If you would like to register your interest in adopting a PADS dog please complete an adoption application. You can complete online here or download, complete and return the adoption application form by email or post to:
Adoption Applications, PADS, Forteviot Kennels, Forteviot, Perth, PH2 9BSDOWNLOAD THE ADOPTION APPLICATION FORM