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Kyle says...Hello I recently started looking for a doberman for my bosses farm. I found your site and immediately fell in love with your white female. I was wondering if she was available and if ao. What would be the appropriate next step in trying to purchase her?
Gwendolyn Gould says...I am more than pleased and proud to tell others what a lovely breed Doberman Pinschers are. Intelligent, personable, and playful, I feel blessed my first "Dobie", a female black-and-tan, lived nearly 15 years before I had to ease her spirit from this life into one without pain. After a number of years taken up with the care of my wonderful husband's physical hardships and relentless deterioration resulting from Multiple Sclerosis, I bore witness to his passing on January 8, 2013 from pneumonia. Stephen never knew Coventry's Lady Love, but he loved dogs and would have been enamored of Lady L. I've been on my own now for a little over 4 years and feel "over-ready" to accept a new Doberman into my home and, especially, my heart! I'm reaching out to you since you're renowned for breeding Dobermans. Since I'm not looking to show or breed the Doberman I'm seeking, it's possible I'm "barking" up the wrong tree! Nevertheless I'm hoping that, if you're selling only to people intending to breed and/or show, you might point me in the right direction. I've searched Georgia for Dobermans, particularly rescues, and - I'm happy to tell you there are currently no Dobermans needing rescue; even in the Humane Society locations, the closest I've come to finding a Doberman has been mixed breeds, such as part Doberman and part German Shepherd or Greyhound. The mixed offsprings unfortunately exhibit more of the other breeds than of Dobermans. For example, Doberman/Greyhound mix is too high strung; Doberman/German Shepherd has long hair and is a bit too unpredictable. Whatever help you may be able to offer, I remain ever grateful.
Emily says...What health testing is available on the sires and dams?
Haley says...My boyfriend has a European king male black and rust doberman he got in Laval, Quebec - Montreal, Canada. from retired breeders of the european type they also did have american type which he had owed from them before but the dog had health issues and had to be put down. But no issues with his 6 year old Euro male what so ever never. My question is why do you use Am.Dobes instead of euro type?? (i.e.) I have been searching for an outstanding dobe breeder for years now and never came across much of constancy in conformation. Referring to good bone and large frame.