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fudget I'm so sorry to hear of your experience with this breeder, that is too much heart ache for an owner! I only hope that Molly will stop breeding, she does nothing to improve the breed at all. Your experience isn't unique either, not from what I have heard from the 3 people I know who have had dobes from Monaco as well. What a shame when dogs have to be put to sleep b/c they become seriously aggressive.

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My boy Prince also came from Monaco. She must have a long waiting list because we waited a year for our pup.

I never had any problems with Prince, he didn't have a mean bone in his body, he loved everyone.

Prince had DCM and I had to put him to sleep, he was only five years old. He loved all of us but he was my boy and always wanted to be with me. He was sick for 5 months, I was a mess. I was either sad or angry, he would hear me crying in the kitchen and he would come down and put his head on my lap. It broke my heart when I had to let him go. I have my favourite picture of him in the kitchen and some days it just brings me to tears. I loved him so much and he will forever be in my heart.

I learned my lesson the hard way about breeders like Molly.
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We had the unfortunate experience of trusting this breeder only to loose 2 of the 3 Dobermans we purchased to kidney failure before the age of 5 yrs old within a 4 yr period and both from the same bloodline - when told of this heart aching tragedy she was as irresponsible in her comments about it as you could get and even tried to insinuate the vets prescribed meds where to blame. Never again would we trust her as our breeder.
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That is so sad. My heart goes out to all of you who have lost dogs at such a young age. And how pathetic is it that she keeps breeding these sick dogs.
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I met this breeder quite a while ago when I was in Ont doing my trade training for the military (2000). Her initial philosophy was sound in that she wanted to breed to titled working dogs, etc.. However after her first initial imports she began to breed just within her own lines. As well after saying she followed the FCI standard and did not believe in dilutes she produced several litters with dilutes and advertised her "rainbow" litters. I think it was only a couple of years of breeding before her breeding practices went down hill. Me being who I am, I sent her several emails asking why she was contradicting herself in multiple places on her website, and, I never did recieve an answer.

I would like to take the opportunity to ask everyone that thinks that "euro" dogs are healthier than NA dobes to remember this breeder and the multiple dogs that have died of DCM, liver, etc issues. This breeder uses just "euro" lines, and they sure are not any healthier.

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Our precious Gina

Just wanted to let everyone know that Gina our 3yr 10month old female lost her battle to kidney failure on Friday night at 7pm, we said our last goodbye to her and let her go. It was heart stopping to lose this precious soul to say the least and we want all to know that of the 3 Dobermans we got from Monaco Doberman's in Arden Canada 2 have now left us to the same illness from the same bloodline before the age of 5 in a four year period almost to the same day. God bless your soul beautiful Gina please wait for us in heaven.
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My heart goes out to all that lose their loved pets so young.


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My Story with Monaco Doberman's

Our puppy was the last of its litter. She was a beautiful, black-brown contrasted Doberman with the cropped tail and cropped ears. We instantly fell in love with her. She behaved normally from the beginning, then things became a nightmare. The dog turned very aggressive.

For two weeks straight, she just wanted to chew everyones hands, hair, and feet. Also, she would urinate non-stop, maybe 11 times a day in our house, and never outside. We contacted the breeder, and she told us this was normal. But for weeks nothing changed. I don't get it, our Golden Retriever never, ever caused us any problems like that when she was a puppy. This was definitely abnormal. My family decided to bring the dog back to the breeder on the day after Christmas. It was the worst Christmas ever.

I was sad to see the dog go, when I tried so desperately to train it, as I did the Golden Retriever. Then again, I felt deceived by the breeder. She told us, that she "owed" us another dog. Dog's aren't a transaction lady, this breeder is clueless. She breeds too many puppies and they all have issues similar to what our puppy had. I wish that I read this before I purchased the puppy.

I just needed to vent to you guys, and hopefully this will make people cautious.
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I met this breeder quite a while ago when I was in Ont doing my trade training for the military (2000). Her initial philosophy was sound in that she wanted to breed to titled working dogs, etc.. However after her first initial imports she began to breed just within her own lines. As well after saying she followed the FCI standard and did not believe in dilutes she produced several litters with dilutes and advertised her "rainbow" litters. I think it was only a couple of years of breeding before her breeding practices went down hill. Me being who I am, I sent her several emails asking why she was contradicting herself in multiple places on her website, and, I never did recieve an answer.

I would like to take the opportunity to ask everyone that thinks that "euro" dogs are healthier than NA dobes to remember this breeder and the multiple dogs that have died of DCM, liver, etc issues. This breeder uses just "euro" lines, and they sure are not any healthier.

AMEN!! My thoughts exactly!


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I don't have a Monaco Dobermann (Thank GOD!) At the dog park a few week back I met a lady that had one, she informed me that, he male doberman, in the first 2months of life had $4000 worth of vet bills, and was tested positive for Hip Dysplasia and Von Willebrand. When she took this info (along with the Vet's pappers). This "breeder" refused to believe any of it, and told her that if the owner "insisted", she would give her a new puppy ( did not offer any sort of financial reimbursement for this very faulty puppy)

I would not touch a Monaco Doberman with a 10ft pole. I am not bashing all of the dogs, but I would NEVER trust this lady!
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this is amazing how many new members this thread alone has brought to share there heart wrenching stories that have brought me to tears from this woman's negligence im sorry for all of your losses and happy for the people that have been pre warned into no exposing themselves to that potential hear break.

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I don't have a Monaco Dobermann (Thank GOD!) At the dog park a few week back I met a lady that had one, she informed me that, he male doberman, in the first 2months of life had $4000 worth of vet bills, and was tested positive for Hip Dysplasia and Von Willebrand. When she took this info (along with the Vet's pappers). This "breeder" refused to believe any of it, and told her that if the owner "insisted", she would give her a new puppy ( did not offer any sort of financial reimbursement for this very faulty puppy)

I would not touch a Monaco Doberman with a 10ft pole. I am not bashing all of the dogs, but I would NEVER trust this lady!
Although I do not have any faith in Monaco at all , I would highly suspect that the vet that saw this dog you speak of did a elssa test for vwd which is NOT an accurate test.. The ONLY test that is is DNA and 90% of vets dont do this.
As far as the hips?? at what age was the dog tested?? Because you can NOT do them before 2yrs old .. That is when a dog is mature enough in growth to see if there is a problem.. Again I am NOT in any way a fan of Monaco Nor would I recommend her But sometimes Vets go overboard with this breed. JMHO


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Although I do not have any faith in Monaco at all , I would highly suspect that the vet that saw this dog you speak of did a elssa test for vwd which is NOT an accurate test.. The ONLY test that is is DNA and 90% of vets dont do this.
As far as the hips?? at what age was the dog tested?? Because you can NOT do them before 2yrs old .. That is when a dog is mature enough in growth to see if there is a problem.. Again I am NOT in any way a fan of Monaco Nor would I recommend her But sometimes Vets go overboard with this breed. JMHO
You can do PennHip as young as four months plus though. Perhaps that's what they used?

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im no vet and no breeder, but im sure that if that dog has bad hip displaysia, you will be able to see it beforre 2yrs if it is that explicit.

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Yes, dysplastic dogs can be diagnosed well before 2 years of age. Murphy was dx'ed a little over 12 months of age.

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im no vet and no breeder, but im sure that if that dog has bad hip displaysia, you will be able to see it beforre 2yrs if it is that explicit.
I had a collie yrs ago that had 3rd degree and she Never showed any signs at all until she was a 12 yr old dog.. In fact I did obedience with her including cdx.
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Yes, dysplastic dogs can be diagnosed well before 2 years of age. Murphy was dx'ed a little over 12 months of age.
Just wondering? Did you ever test him again at an older age. That's interesting


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sad to see the stories that keep coming on this thread. I've had people contact me privately about this kennel. One had bought a pup there and was having difficulties on top of not receiving registration papers, hmm, we've heard that one too, anyway, is taking Molly to court and was looking to contact with others who have had problems with her.
Another had put a deposit on a pup, and after chatting, backed out, she told them they would get their deposit back, ya, its been well over a month and they emailed me to let me know she has not given it back despite her assurances that she would.
this woman is bad news all round!

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Just wondering? Did you ever test him again at an older age. That's interesting
Yes, he's been xrayed several times over the years. He had a total hip replacement at 3 years of age, and we've monitored it with xrays of course. He was severely dysplastic from a young age, and at 10 he still has one severely dysplastic hip. Now I probably wouldn't xray a very young puppy, but as they grow if the hips are a mess, they're probably going to stay that way. Murphy was lame at 9 months of age, and if vet thought it was his hips at that time, xrays would have shown some very ugly hips.

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FYI from recent experience, a dysplastic puppy is evident on films from an early age. It can also lead to acute trauma from normal puppy play. Most vets won't pick up on it, and the diagnostic delay can be very troublesome
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Yes, dysplastic dogs can be diagnosed well before 2 years of age. Murphy was dx'ed a little over 12 months of age.
A friend of mine's golden had surgery by the time he was a yr i think.

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FYI .... Ms. King has updated her web site with her new address as follows....
Monaco Dobermanns
1778 County Road 16
Merrickville, ON K0G 1GO
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Telephone 613.284.8000
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Funny how she has managed to move but according to the website still lives on premises with the what looks like the exact same boarding kennel. Plus according to what she told me; the 2 young dogs died from eating grapes.... originally she told me that there was no such thing as hereditary renal diseases with Dobermanns (once I corrected her she then came out with the grape story)..... I feel physically ill just thinking about this woman (she ripped me off for $2,000.00 I'll let you know if I ever get it back)
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This page, Monaco Dobermanns and Kennel says (red bold is mine)..

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We are not a breeder of superb quantity and excellent temperaments. All of our puppies are carefully hand raised until they go to their respective new homes.
What does that even mean?
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This page, Monaco Dobermanns and Kennel says (red bold is mine)..



What does that even mean?
Maybe she messed up and decided to be truthful since there are an awful lot of untruths on her website!


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