This is the pups father's credentials
work:*ZTP: V-1A, BH; IPO-1
IDC 2019 Honour Class Winner black male / IDC Sieger 2016 / HDK yearwinner 2017 (club winner, BOB) / Euro dog show Ukraine 2017 (working class Exc.1) / Europa club show Slovakia 2017 (class winner, Best male, BOB)/ European all star dobermann grand prix 2017 (club winner)/ AIAD J. Sieger 2016/ Balkan youth winner/ HDK youth winner/ BH IPO 1
This is mother
Hungarian young club winner
World club show winner
IDC Siegerin 2016
Caliandro winner 2015
IDC working class winner
Young Europe winner
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Using this information I am guessing the male is Eutay del Nasi - not a working dog at all. Typical East Euro showlines and on top of that he is closely linebred on dogs who have died suddenly (Fedor del Nasi + his mother Akuna) or died of confirmed DCM (Gino Gomez) + his two parents, and has additional instances of such.
The size of these dogs tend to be exaggerated and will not have the stamina, speed or agility to handle the rigours of PSA. Drive is really a crapshoot with these lines too from what I have seen.
I can also tell you the health testing is incomplete on both parents.
What is the female's name? I'm unable to find the information unless IDC 2016 Siegerin is referencing Tijara del Nasi?
In which case her pedigree has better longevity in the first two generations, however she also has Gino twice and has some other sudden death and DCM dogs that also appear in Eutay's pedigree. So the puppies would be tripled on these high risk dogs. She also does not come from working lines at all, same East Euro show lines story, where drive is a crapshoot. I often see these dogs with IPO1 or IGP1 but rarely see higher levels on them. If they can't get an IPO2 I doubt they can get a PSA1.
I also have seen some shady **** coming from East European kennels, such as but not limited to, titles that are bought out and granted, with no proof the dog was ever present at the trial. I've also seen fudged/faked/stolen holter and echo reports, especially where Pride of Russia is concerned.
I think you have a much better bet looking at a breeder in North America, it will be easier to confirm health testing, and find a breeder that will match you to the right puppy.