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Melian and Tiny   E, CA

3/12/2014 11:57:11 PM

Love the dobermans. But this was supposed to be fox terriers.

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Eileen - 249708   Port Perry, ON

10/8/2013 4:32:47 AM

This is a great video and sure removes allot of the sterotypical thoughts people have about this beautiful breed.

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Katie - 165626   Core, WV

10/4/2013 9:30:45 AM

I loved this video, it further pushes my idea of possibly getting a Doberman. I have recently been thinking of getting a Doberman once I move and this confirms it as a yes.

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Karen   Glendale, California

10/4/2013 9:10:04 AM

I am not positive, but I think that is Quatsch with the giraffe length tongue (the small marks above the eyes, the small light chest marks and the fact they used peanut butter to get her to open her mouth). Every time I see the photo it makes me laugh. Btw, ear cropping helps reduce ear infections because the ear is open and has air circulation. And Dobes often shake their heads hard, which can cause hematomas in the ears.

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Sandy Driscoll   Los Angeles, California

10/3/2013 9:00:04 PM

HI
Shannon,

I got the t-shirt at one of the local dog shows here. Since we are having the Dobe National here in about 10 days, I can check the vendors and let you know if they have one. You can email me at dobefoto@aol.com Yes, it's probably my fav dobe t-shirt......almost worn out at this point!

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Shannon   Cornelius, North Carolina

10/3/2013 2:19:30 PM

We are owned by a red, female Doberman. Loved the video and your very well behaved beautiful Dobermans. All owners know how very wrong the stereotypes are regarding
Dobermans.

I have to ask...where did you get the t-shirt? I have to have one
:)

Thanks again for displaying the true nature of Dobermans.

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Sandy Driscoll   Los Angeles, California

10/2/2013 9:32:15 PM

I appreciate all your comments! That video was done at the last minute with no time to prepare, so I tried to cover as much as possible. You're all correct.....Dobes can do it all.....beautiful conformation, obedience, agility, tracking, SAR, Therapy and Service work, Protection.....they are amazing!

Cropping is not only safe and painless, but during the ear wrapping period, the puppy gets training very early on in being handled, touched, sitting still, and learns to enjoy the attention, making him a more confident, social and well-tempered dog. Except for Laser (who is too young for most titles) every one of the dogs you saw in the video is titled in one or more of the following: obedience, rally, agility, tracking, and most are Therapy Dogs! We are very proud of
them.

On Oct 12-18 the DPCA will have our National show in Pomona CA. Everyone is welcome to come and see for yourself hundreds of beautiful and talented Dobermans! Visit www.dpca.org for further information.

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Michelle   denver, Colorado

10/2/2013 8:39:39 PM

SOMETIMES silly w their family...... CONSTANTLY silly with their family!

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Charlie   Red Bank, New Jersey

10/2/2013 3:28:33 PM

Ms Driscoll is absolutely correct. A Good Doberman starts with a Good Breeder. Doberman's can do many different jobs and K9 sports and do them well if trained. They truly are Family Dogs.

In response to the charge of cropping being cruel I need to point out that cropping is done as a medical procedure by licensed veterinarians in a surgical setting. After the pups are cropped, they are back with their litter mates in a few hours and have no ill effects from the surgery. Unlike early spay and neuter procedures that can and often do cause growth and temperament problems and are far more invasive. Last, whether an owner crops or not, it is about Freedom to Choose, a right granted to us under the Constitution of the United States. Please stop believing the Animal Rights organizations like HSUS and PETA that would take away your right to even own a dog if they could.

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JV   Sierra Vista, Arizona

10/2/2013 2:30:03 PM

A nicely done video, watch it for it's content. Puppies are cropped at a very young age, this is NOT a cruel practice. The puppies are cropped by a licensed veterinarian under anesthesia, after they wake up it is much less painful than any surgery I have witnessed, including neutering or spaying. Ear cropping does not leave lasting health issues.

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Dana Brown   Lubbock, Texas

10/2/2013 2:27:26 PM

Great video! Glad to see them using a doberman that meets the standard with ears cropped and tail docked. There is nothing cruel about cropping and docking. Puppies are up and about playing like normal within hours and never look back.


She is correct about the importance of buying from a good breeder, but that holds true with all breeds. She is also right about the versatility of our breed. We do obedience, rally, agility, conformation, tracking and carting with our dobes. The only limitation so far are what I am capable of teaching!!

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DJ   Red Bluff, California

10/2/2013 2:10:31 PM

Cropping ears is not a cruel practice provided done by a licensed veterinarian under general anesthetic. Far less painful than spaying or neutering which if done at too early an age can result in lifelong health issues and incontinence.

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Melian and Tiny   E, CA

10/1/2013 10:57:44 PM

One of my favourite breeds. I do wish that the cruel practice of cropping the ears was outlawed.

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