Our love for Dobermans started back in 2012 when we purchased Jethro (pictured). At that time, we had no knowledge about the Doberman's genetic health conditions. We later learned that Jethro came from a breeder who did not feel health testing was important.
     We did do Jethro's genetic testing and revealed he carries both DCM1 genes, one DCM2 gene, and also one copy of vWD. Those genes never should have been carried on to another generation. While Jethro is still very active and healthy today at eight years old, others with these same genetic defects have not been so lucky. No one deserves to go through the pain of losing a family member because of possible genetic defects that could have been prevented.
     We chose to breed Doberman Pinschers so we can contribute to making the breed healthy again. We will never breed a male or female that has not been cleared through health testing. Health testing is such a small price to pay when considering the life of our beloved four legged family members.
     Since we are new to Dobermans and our Dobermans are young, we are still in the process of learning the ins and outs of the show ring. We have already started with obedience and are currently in the Canine Good Citizen program with Lexie and Nash. Someday, we hope to have a great team of Dobermans standing beside our Greyhounds!

Doberman Facts

Allowed Colors-Black, Red, Blue, and Fawn (Isabella)

Coat Color Inheritence Chart

Average Male Weight 75-100lbs

Average Female Weight 60-90lbs

Average Male Height 26-28"

Average Female Height 24-26"

5th Smartest Dog Breed

Best Known as "Velcro Dogs"

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