Older Dobes Looking for Homes
The Club has been advised that the following people are looking to place a Dobermann into a loving home.

This is a listing service only.  It is open and free of charge to Club Members and Non-Members.

The Club makes no warranties as to the condition, temperament or health of these Dobes desperately looking for a new start in life.  

Please consider carefully whether a Dobermann is the right breed for you, click here for more information on the Breed.

If you'd like to list a Dobe on this site please email dobeclubnsw@gmail.com

For puppy enquiries, please contact The Secretary.
For photos of some of the Dobes rehomed through this site now enjoying loving new homes, check out the Rehomed Gallery.

You may also wish to check out the rehoming pages for Interstate Dobermann Clubs - links below:

The Dobermann Club of Victoria - Adoptions

The Dobermann Club of QLD - Email contact for Rescue & Rehoming
Number of Dobes rehomed with help from this site since March 2004.
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This page was last updated: September 19, 2019




Date Listed:

7 years
Female (desexed)

Portia is currently being fostered and looking for a forever home. Details on our Club Facebook page and below:

Portia is still waiting for her home. 

If you meet her you will love her. She is a typical doberman, likes to chase things, loves toys, people, food, very gentle with treats, I have removed objects/treasures from this girls mouth with no problems at all. She has the sweetest nature
She is presently living with me in an apartment and coping so well. 

Many of you would have seen the recent post for Portia a 7 year old female doberman needing a new home.

Portia has been in foster care with me but I have commitments that mean I can only keep her until next weekend. 

We were initially told she was man aggressive and extremely dog reactive.  This has since been proven incorrect. Portia is very people friendly, and attended doggie daycare with her previous owner.
She does have a high prey drive so not suited to a house with, cats, rabbits, birds, stock etc.
She would suit older children 12+ as she forgets her size at times. 

She is very obedient, great with food, medicines, toys, but does best when she is not in charge.

We attended a training night with the NSW Doberman Club last week and she behaved impeccably.
This girl is beautiful to look at, loves lazing in the sun, apparently loves the water also. 
In the past week we have passed on our walks all sorts of dogs, some bark at her, some ignore her she gets at little excited, but when told to leave she carries on her walk. 

She is crated during the day and sleep by my bed at night. 
Is there someone out there looking for a friend that can give this girl her forever home?

If you are interested or would like to meet her in Sydney please contact Gail Nick Goodwin-Smith to discuss further.

Also if you are in Sydney and adopt her she will be welcome back at the Doberman Club training nights.

If you feel you can give Portia a loving new home, please contact:​

​Sydney, NSW

11 September 2019

UPDATE:   Portia has been rehomed!