Last year we created our own Dobermann Rescue Calendar featuring our rescue dogs, as opposed to buying in a generic Dobermann one, and we are planning to do the same for 2020.
In order to be able to do that however, we need some amazing photos of our wonderful rescue furbabies! So we’re running a photo competition to get you to send in your best photos for a chance to get your rescue dobe featured in the 2020 Dobermann Rescue Calendar!
How to Enter
To enter take a photo of your Rescue Dobermann following the guidelines below and email it to along with the name of your dog and the month and year that you adopted him or her.
Photo must be taken in a landscape orientation ⇔ NOT portrait ⇕, OR square
Photo dimensions must be 3,580 pixels wide by 2,550 pixels high at a resolution of 300 dpi or higher (use a digital camera if possible, as opposed to a phone). These are minimum requirements for the printers. Photos of this quality are usually several MB in file size each.
Photo should clearly feature your dog as the main element of the shot.
Try and capture your dog’s character in the image
See below for examples of the type of images that work well, and some that don’t:
The images above would all work well because the rescue Dobe is clearly featured, the photos are in focus with good lighting, and there are no erroneous objects in the frame.
Our 2018 CHRISTMAS TREAT FUND is now open! It gives us great enjoyment on your behalf to be able to buy extra treats for the dogs in kennels over the Christmas period and your contribution however small ads up.
Our 2017 CHRISTMAS TREAT FUND is now open! It gives us great enjoyment on your behalf to be able to buy extra treats for the dogs in kennels over the Christmas period and your contribution however small ads up.
To everyone who donated to the Christmas treat fund this year. This is what you bought!!!! There is so much it will take the dogs until the spring to munch through this lot!! All this was purchased at cost hence why we have so much. THANK YOU!
Arriving at the Hotel we were fortunate, the Hotel allowed dogs in certain rooms and we brought along Ella, a soft gentle Dobermann, who made friends with every one she met. Socially, we found we talked freely and gained great comfort from others. Ella became the talking point and certainly broke the ice with many parents – the friendship and understanding again was very evident.
We found Zak (his original name was Max but we didn’t think it suited him) as a 14 month old young Dobermann along with a few others at the Rescue Centre run by Val Griffiths in Shropshire. I eagerly made arrangements to go and see a few dogs, but Zak was the main interest.
Sat Sept, 22nd saw the whole day packed with fun for everyone to enjoy, showcasing traditions such as maypole dancing and a tug of war with teams from the local public houses, battling it out with a team from the Met. Police in the end it was the Police who reigned supreme, and stood on an Olympic style podium to receive their gold medals.