Oh oh I feel like I'm taking a DT Exam!
Haha, let's see if I pass...
"Champion" lines and advertising superior/large size. Dobermans are supposed to be medium sized dogs.
The nylon insert during the cropping process? I haven't read anyone here mentioning that. I know the consistent reminder is after cropping, once stitches are removed allow the ear to heal completely before even thinking about posting with a backer rod or something else external.
The buying process seems impersonal. All they want to know is color and gender. A responsible breeder would want to know more about where their puppies are going and what purpose a buyer has for the puppy. Like, are they looking to do conformation, agility, etc., and if the family the puppy is going to has small kids, etc. so they know which puppy may be the best fit and ensure the puppy will be in an environment that's safe for everyone.
I didn't see anything about health testing on either the parents or puppies.
Other than pictures, I couldn't find any information about the sire or dam. If the puppies are from "champion" lines, there should be documented evidence in the parents' histories.
This may be stretching, but do puppies need to have supplements? The website's pushing NuVet Plus supplements and they're being given to the puppies apparently right after they're weaned. Kinda feels like they're looking to make an extra buck because they are distributors and they give out their referral number on the site. I could be wrong, and these may be amazing things, but as a buyer I feel like I'd want the freedom to decide whether or not my puppy gets anything extra put in their system other than their food.
I'm sure there's probably more, but how'd I do? lol