Obedience

Protection

Breeding

The Doberman should be trainable and should respond immediately to any command with stability and strength of character. Correct temperament says: "I can and will handle anything that is asked of me." Above all, dogs must be happy working.

Quality of mind is very important. We breed to preserve what the breed was intended for: loyal companion, personal protector and guard dog. Self-confident dogs need clear training to ensure that their goals are also those of their owners. Intensity and control must be balanced.

We breed to the Doberman Standard. A dog of medium size, with a body that is square. Compactly built, muscular and powerful, for great endurance and speed. Elegant in appearance, of proud carriage, reflecting great nobility and temperament. Energetic, watchful, determined, alert, fearless, loyal and obedient.

Conformation


Matching and blending parental lineages (pedigrees) that focus on health, ideal temperament and sound conformation is our ultimate goal. Breeding pairs are selected utilizing intimate knowledge of the breed standard, the mechanics of
heredity (genetics), and pedigree analysis.

​As a member of the Doberman Pinscher Club Of America we  abide by the DPCA Code Of  Ethics and do not breed the​  albino (white) Doberman.

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Longevity

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Our primary goal in breeding is longevity. Each breed of dog has its own unique set of nutritional requirements. These have been passed on from generation to generation just like the breed's unique coat, body size and temperament. Meeting these specific nutritional requirements  produces superior working and performance dogs.

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