Lincs Dobermann Rescue

Contact Us

We are always available to those who have adopted a Dobermann from us. You are part of our family.

For those of you who have yet to join our family, you can contact us by phone, by email or by completing the contact form below. 

Please remember that all of our staff are volunteers giving their time freely to support the dogs in our care and those we have placed already. We have to do this alongside our jobs and families so we may not always be available to take your calls or answer your emails immediately.

Please be assured, we will reply to you as soon as we possibly can.  

Contact Form

Call Us

Julie Maddock Tel: 07714 232169

Morag Moreton Tel: 07754 616321

Opening Hours

Weekdays: 8.00am  – 5.00pm

Weekends: 8.00am – 7.00pm

Postal Address

Lincs Dobermann Rescue,

The Cottage, 2 Church Avenue, off Overton Road, Bangor-On-Dee, WREXHAM, Clwyd LL13 0AF

Meet Sir Bruce

Sir Bruce came into our care with suspected Hip Dysplasia when he was almost 8 months old. He was surrendered as the family didn’t think they could afford his ongoing care costs. When he went to his new home, the Adopting family were aware of the potential issues and of the care he would need going forward if the diagnosis was correct. When they took him to their Vet, they were told that it was early days to diagnose Hip Dysplasia and just to keep him on restricted exercise as befitted a dog of his age. Sir Bruce was re-assessed at 18 months when his growth plates had the time to fuse and happily, he was given a clean bill of health.

According to his human, “Sir Bruce has thoroughly enjoyed showing everyone how wrong they were about him. He loves his life going on long walks playing in the rivers and local Brook – the latter being both smelly and muddy, which he seems to love. One of the local woods has plenty of roe deer and Sir Bruce loves to sniff around before returning to us. We live close to the beach and he loves playing there, in particular the sand dunes are a massive attraction to him and thankfully, they tire him out!! Being the gentle giant that he is, Sir Bruce has made lots of friends, both doggy and human”.