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Has anyone had experience with breeder: Wizard Ost Revolution kennel

New forum member here, looking for a family member and decided on a dobbie. I've been looking at a few breeders have been talking with this breeder back and forth. I wanted to see if anyone here has had experience with this breeder? Thank you so much

here are the mom & dad details.
I noticed on the Dam it says vWD "Carries" what exactly does this mean? Asked breeder but still hasn't responded.

Wizard Ost Revolution kennel - litter E
Boys - 24 days old now
Some puppies still available!
European bloodlines!
( Bentley z Padoku x May-B)
Junior Champion of Russia
Champion of Russia
Junior Champion of Belorussia
Junior Champion of Lithuania
Junior Club Champion
2x Junior Club Winner
Best Junior of CACIB “Eurasia-2”
Best Junior of “Cup of RKF President”
vWD - clear
DCM - FREE (echo, Doppler, Holter 0 VES 07.2019)
(Zenith of Fame de Grande Vinko x Elegant Line Glory of Ukraine)
CAC Russia
Health results
DCM Echo kg, holter 24/ 2019- clear!
vWD - carrier
HD - A (RKF)
🇺🇸 Located in USA, New Jersey📍
All puppies is docking now, and will be cropped.
Both parents healthy (all tests) and have a great characters.
For more information sent PM..

puppies are 2500, ears cropped and tails.
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The vonWillebrand's (vWD) gene is recessive--that means a dog won't have symptoms of the bleeding disorder unless he has two copies of the gene. A carrier has only one gene, so there is no sign of the disease, but he or she can pass it on to an offspring. Since the male is clear in this breeding, the offspring will at most inherit only one copy.

It is important to know a dog's vonWillebrand status when you are choosing your breeding pair to determine whether there is a possibility that the pups could end up with the disease (a copy of the vWD gene from each parent). In this case the pups have no chance of having the disease but would still have a 50/50 chance of inheriting one gene.

This thread has a little bit of info about what VWD is:

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There is a previous thread on this forum about this breeder. You may want to send a message to forum member Artemis if she doesn't pop into this thread.


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Any reason you are looking at this kennel in particular? What kind of doberman are you looking for, what are you looking for in a doberman?

Just my 2 cents but after a quick search in my favourite pedigree database, I think you should be aware that the dam has a high risk pedigree for DCM and she has no titles besides the single CAC which won't say much about her temperament. The longevity behind her is meh, not the worst I've seen but far from being above average. The sire has a marginally better pedigree on the immediate longevity but has a lot of DCM or sudden deaths on both sides when you go back 1-2 gens.

Also, even assuming those health test results are legitimate, I don't see anything about eyes or thyroid which are also important, especially for European dogs (specifically the eyes). Thyroid is also important because it can have an impact on temperament, weight, coat condition and even the heart! The dam's echo/holter just says 2019 doesn't specify which month so I would ask when it was last done.

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