Iím looking for companion, protection, sport, obedience possibly show but with all this Covid and shows canceling and there arenít a lot of shows near me that I know of. Iíd also like to train for service as well ... You know, just looking for the whole package = The perfect dog 😃
That is quite a list!
Do you have experience with the Doberman breed? If so, what kind of experience?
Do you have experience competing in protection and/or performance sports with any breed?
Have you ever showed a dog? If so, did the dog finish? Have you successfully shown a Doberman before?
For the Service Dog stuff, I would encourage you to read MeadowCat's reply above. And, if you do indeed want a potential service dog, I highly recommend you take her up on her offer to speak to her friend. If its the person I'm thinking of, he would be an excellent resource on the matter.
I also tend to agree with greenkouki's assessment. I think its a must that you prioritize your list in order to better determine what breeders and lines will be an ideal fit. The Doberman is a very versatile breed who is capable of doing a lot of things well...
However, due to breeding trends in different lines that are aimed towards success in different venues, some desirable traits can be in conflict to one another. And this makes it very difficult to find dogs who are not only capable of high achievement at competitive levels of different venues, but it's also a lot for one person to know how and be able to successfully campaign one dog in the different venues (which is, in part, why I ask what your experience is for the different things on your list).
Additionally, if you yourself aren't pretty well qualified already (i.e., verifiably experienced in the breed and/or different competitive venues), many breeders will be reluctant to sell you a really promising to exceptional dog who might ultimately become a Jack-of-All-Trades-Master-of-None in the history books. It takes a lot of hard work and commitment (and money, to be honest) to pursue any one of those areas to excellence. Many breeders would rather send an excellent dog with a lot of promise to someone who they have high confidence will at least be able to achieve one thing of greatness, rather than many things of mediocrity.