Need transport?

Then you need...
Dobbins of Doncaster
Quality Donkeys for Hire or Purchase

Nothing can beat that feeling of power and control you get from sitting astride a luxury, executive-class ass, and you can be sure that Dobbins donkeys are top of the range.

Large or small, manual or automatic, we can guarantee that we'll have exactly the right donkey for you.  We've got the lot - from the sporty, turbo-charged Matilda 405, which goes from 0 to 60 in twelve carrots, to the award-winning Henry Delux People Carrier, which seats fifteen and can cover over 150 miles on a single bucket of apples.

Matilda 405

Power steering, entertainment system and fully pneumatic saddle come as standard, and all our models are personally serviced by our managing director, in defiance of ongoing protests by a number of animal rights organisations.

So, if you want to get ahead, get a donkey!*


*Standard hire charge includes unlimited use of the whole donkey, not just the head.



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