That's funny... I recently purchased a pup from her "newest liter" and he is perfectly healthy and was from the moment I picked him up. We took him to the Vet the day after picking him up to get him checked out and to "meet" his new vet since he'd be seeing a lot of us because this is my first Doberman and first cropped ears. I had to be taught how to post them lol. The Dr. said he was perfect. They fawn over his disposition and temperament, his weight was good and he is gaining 2 pounds every 5 days (he's going to be a big boy!) No fleas, no parasites.... he's a perfect little monster Doberman
Since I am an actual puppy buyer from Dancing Dobermans, I wanted to leave my two cents and opinions. It seems to be easier to post negative reviews than positive nowadays. I started following Dancing Dobermans page a year before we decided to get our first Doberman, I did lots of "google" searches in that time as well. She did not have a negative comment other than people voicing their opinions on her breeding cream/black colors and that she looked 16. That obviously shouldn't be enough to sway a person to not buy a dobie from this breeder so we decided to go for it. Once I made it public that we were buying I received an email from an unhappy buyer, I reacted at first to her story and was really upset. I immediately went to the breeder with my concerns and she called me right away to let me know what was going on. I decided to do a little digging on facebook to see if some of these woman's claims about the health of her pup were true, it was apparent that they were not. Things were not adding up about these woman's claims, her and her families stories were contradicting. So I decided to go through with the purchase because most of what she was telling potential puppy buyers were lies and personal opinions. She tried to send me proof about the living conditions claiming that there were 12 dogs living in unhealthy conditions, in a trash filled back yard. Her proof was a photo of a decent sized back yard, with one dog. There were lawn mowers and tires in a corner of the backyard, apparently that is the trash and horrible living conditions...That right there made me feel more comfortable with my decision to purchase a puppy from Dancing Dobermans. Drama is not my thing, other peoples drama is not mine and other peoples bad experiences are not my experiences.
When it was time to pick up our pup we were so excited, he was soo cute "and healthy". The claims she looks 16 are true - she looks young, but she is an adult and people have to start somewhere, right? she was very informative and organized. She answered all our questions when we got there and gave us the brief history of our puppy. We got to see the "living conditions" and the backyard was very big for the very few female dobies back there. They were healthy looking and very sweet (By the way the puppies are not raised outside) There was no "trash" or "filth" no unneutered males or pits running a muck in the back yard - no fighting or whining like the claims made on here. I am pretty sure she only has one male Doberman anyway... and he is at another property, so claiming that there are unneutered males running around is also false and slanderous. They have one old pitbull (I am assuming they had them before breeding Dobermans but that is an assumption, but I know she/he is older) that was completely separated from the backyard and Dobermans... I know a lot of breeders that have other breed of dogs, the very reputable German Shepard breeder that we've gone through in the past were breeding Rottweiler's as well as champion Shepard's.
Calling someone trash because they have "poor" grammar is slander and just plain rude - especially someone raised in a small country town in Texas. Calling some one trailer trash because their house is not as nice as you'd like it to be is classless, some people just aren't born with silver spoons. The breeders that I know... are not rich, they don't live in big nice houses, they don't have air conditioning dog runs like you see at a nice boarding doggy daycare, their backyards aren't perfectly landscaped... they do it for the love of the breed or love of the animals.
Also - she did not beg her puppy buyers to pay for a procedure, she simply made a go fund me and even stated in the comments that she hated to ask this of her potential buyers... unexpected emergencies/tragedies happen, sometimes people have to ask for help even though they don't want to ask for help and they always tend to happen at the worst possible time. She immediately took it down a day or two later when she found a solution.
I suppose you can't please everyone in this world and some people will always have something negative to say about everything - especially now that everyone is a keyboard warrior. I am not affiliated with the owner or Dancing Dobermans in anyway other than I just purchased a puppy from them a few weeks ago. I had a wonderful experience with them and wanted to share that. I would honestly recommend my friends or anyone who's looking to go and check them out, talk to the owner, view her contract, you can tell she cares for the well being of her pups and cares that they are going to a good home. If you ask her questions she is happy to answer them. When we are ready for another puppy we will definitely be going back to Dancing Doberman's in Texas!