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good working doberman breeder in tucson?

hello so i already have a east working line gsd and i do love him but,a doberman has always been a dog i wanted sense i was a kid.does anyone know of a good working line doberman breeder in tucson az?i really dont want to buy a dog from a bad breeder not knowing...thanks for any input!
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hello so i already have a east working line gsd and i do love him but,a doberman has always been a dog i wanted sense i was a kid.does anyone know of a good working line doberman breeder in tucson az?i really dont want to buy a dog from a bad breeder not knowing...thanks for any input!
No I am not aware of any. You have to keep in mind there are very few working line breeders in all of North America. A lot of people will probably jump on here and recommend some breeders of Euro show line dogs, but as far as working line Dobermann's you really have to do your research and likely will have to go a distance or have the puppy shipped to you. Good luck.
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Land Graf in California is the first that comes to my mind. Importing would open some doors for you, so long as you are not opposed to a Dobermann with floppy ears and a weird tail. What are you working your GSD in?
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Do you work with the WDA club there?


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Heard nothing but good things about Lorna....she was on my short list for my last dog. Also a member here, she is not far...California.

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for now i just work him in trailing and obedience eventually bite work.im looking for a large but also not to big to make health problems.i will be doing the same with the doberman that i do with my gsd
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...so long as you are not opposed to a Dobermann with floppy ears and a weird tail...
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-SSG, owner of a Dobermann with floppy ears and a weird tail.
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Vicaral Dobermans in Coolidge, AZ is a good place to start. I live in Tucson, AZ and have one of her puppies. She is a fireball and a phenomenal working dog. Vicaral has Euro pedigreed dogs and is actively competeing with them. Her dog just placed Vice Champion at the United Doberman Club nationals... She is also the President of the Arizona Schutzhund club. I highly recommend her. I believe she is planning a litter for the spring too. She also health tests her dogs.
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Vicaral Dobermans in Coolidge, AZ is a good place to start. I live in Tucson, AZ and have one of her puppies. She is a fireball and a phenomenal working dog. Vicaral has Euro pedigreed dogs and is actively competeing with them. Her dog just placed Vice Champion at the United Doberman Club nationals... She is also the President of the Arizona Schutzhund club. I highly recommend her. I believe she is planning a litter for the spring too. She also health tests her dogs.
Idk much about the kennel itself breedings etc but I saw vesna trial at UDC fall classic and was very impressed with her protection. The judge even went as so far to say that "people need to be breeding bitches like her".

They are however euro show line.
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i looked at the site.looks vary good to me!how much did you pay for your pup??
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