Rescue and Rehoming Groups

There are many reasons why a dobermann may need rehoming and unfortunately it is usually due to no fault of the dog. If you feel that you can offer a permanent loving home then please contact us or one of the dobermann rescue associations who will be able to help you with the right dog to suit your family circumstances.

Dobermann Welfare

Treasurer & Rehoming Coordinator is Sue Garner 01895 253578


Dobermann Rehoming Association

Rehoming Coordinator is Chris Omar 01276 855326 (Office hours) Fax 01276 855063



Dobermann Rescue

Main Kennels are Cranfield Kennels, Cranfield Park Road, Wickford, Essex SS12 9LG

Contact Mr & Mrs Gibbins 01268 733353

Hollows Boarding Kennels, The Hollows, Sheffield Road, Woodhouse Mill, Sheffield S13 9ZD

Contact Dot 0114 269550


If Unable to contact the main kennels then you can contact the following

Manchester Judith Balshaw 0161 7635423 email

Suffolk Helen Townsend 01473 832301 email

Barnsley Sue Thorpe 01226 286741

Brighton Allison Bradley 01273 684830

Essex Ann Gibbins 01268 733353

Friends Of Northern Dobermanns FOND

Rehoming and General Enquiries Pam Hall 01346 532227 email

Rehoming North East Lincolnshire Paula Teal 01472 398427 email

Membership and Donations Louise Greig 01224 868977 email


The Dobermann Trust

Registered Office. Jubilee House, East Beach, Lytham St Annes, Lancashire FY8 5FT

Contact 0330 111 4466 email


Dobermann In Need

Only rehoming in the South East of England

Contact Valerie McDonald 01243 542545 (Before 6pm)