Ebony had been chained with her front legs tied together.  She was taken to a dog pound, where she would have been euthanised after 8 days. Thankfully we were able to rescue her and she is now very happy in her new home.


Tania’s owners had wanted a cropped Dobermann. They cut her ears with scissors and stuck them above the head with superglue.

Now Tania is now cared for and very happy with her new owner.


Chance is litter brother to China. After receiving veterinary treatment, he was able to be placed in a temporary home in which to recover. He gained weight and his balance greatly improved. Chance also has a head tilt, which is improving with time, and a deformed ear.


Otis [had several owners before coming to us. He’d been exchanged in a pub for his last home! While we do not agree with the breeding of albino (white) Dobermanns his need for a home with someone who could understand his needs and possible future health problems was great.