As an owner of a 1+ year old male red dobie from Kimbertal, we could not be more pleased. My wife and I are both post-grad educated and believe that we could not have made a better decision on his purchase.
If you have such advanced degrees, surely you can Google. If you Google the terms "Kimbertal Kennels"+"problems" you will have such a mountain of distressing information in your face as to make you cry over the dogs kept and raised in that kennel. The quote below is from an article by the National Animal Interest Alliance (NAIA) entitled "Why Pennsylvania Dog Clubs Fought For a Puppy Lemon Law." Can you even imagine the magnitude of suffering for the dogs kept in a kennel producing over 300 litters a year? What a horror and travesty. You obviously love your dog and that is great but you also supported dog farming and puppy milling which is truly not something to brag about.
I hope you will actually use your intelligence to research this topic and join the many who try to fight the puppy mill situation, or, at minimum, get info out to potential buyers about critical topics: the cruelty of keeping dogs like the Doberman in kennels for all of their life to be producers only, continually breeding dogs without regard to health issues or improvement of the breed, failure to uphold the barest of ethical relationships with buyers (such as taking back a problem puppy), etc.
The quote from just ONE of the many articles with appalling facts about Kimbertal Kennels:
"It took nine years to pass this law because the puppy mill operators had strong political influence. They were considered members of our highly regarded agricultural community, so we had to convince people that dogs are meant to be companions for many years, not livestock that lasts for a meal. We also had to show that the puppy farmers were profiting while the rest of society was paying a heavy price for sick puppies.
Led by Robert Yarnell Jr., the non-Amish operator of Kimbertal Kennels in Chester County, the commercial kennel owners hired a former Lancaster County legislator as a lobbyist to fight us at the Capitol. Yarnell's Kimbertal Kennels sells close to 300 litters of Dobermans, Rottweilers, and rare breed puppies per year. The complaints against his kennel were featured in an article in the Philadelphia Inquirer. Yarnell started a campaign of misinformation and lies to try to destroy us and our federation - making us stronger and more determined to get the law passed."