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03-13-2019 01:43 PM
Artemis
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Originally Posted by falnfenix View Post
Purebred, yes. Well bred or fit, no. I have seen Dobes from the local "Superior Sized" Doberman puppy mill toppling the scales at 175...they were the size of Great Danes.
Well I suppose if the papers are hung it would legally be a purebred but...
03-13-2019 08:03 AM
alan j. When they are that big it brings out the details that i have been overlooking all these years , not so cute!
03-13-2019 12:46 AM
spocksdad
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Originally Posted by alan j. View Post
I would love to see a pic of this stud...is he a redboy?
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Originally Posted by Gretchen_Red View Post
This HAS to be a troll lol Or maybe the dog is ready to explode like a tick? or maybe he meant to put 95-100 lb. dobe?
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Originally Posted by greenkouki View Post
Pictures of your stud dog?


AJ- The aforementioned big redboy stud might actually weigh in at 195 lb., judging from this pic?


03-13-2019 12:12 AM
4x4bike ped
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Originally Posted by greenkouki View Post
Pictures of your stud dog?
Rabbited...

Of course that often happens when a neophyte poster gets a less than positive response.

Oh well.

John
Porland OR
03-10-2019 10:38 AM
greenkouki Pictures of your stud dog?
03-07-2019 02:07 PM
melbrod I would have to imagine that he meant to put 95 pounds. Or is trying to pull our legs...
03-07-2019 01:13 PM
ECIN 195 Pounds ? Is his name round boy ? Sorry

Mr. Business got over weight this winter - yet he is 100 pounds - he need to lose 10 !! That started today with warmer temps outside .

You sure you didn't mean 95 pounds ?

And Welcome from Indiana

Doc
03-07-2019 11:55 AM
Gretchen_Red This HAS to be a troll lol Or maybe the dog is ready to explode like a tick? or maybe he meant to put 95-100 lb. dobe?
03-07-2019 11:07 AM
alan j.
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Originally Posted by Maxevans256 View Post
I am thinking about putting my 195 lbs male up for stud but have no idea what all that would entail. Is there anyone who can help me?
I would love to see a pic of this stud...is he a redboy?
03-07-2019 11:07 AM
dobebug Even a grossly oversized adult male Doberman should not come close to weighing 195 pounds--or 175 pounds unless they are also incredibly obese.

The AKC standard calls for males to be 26 to 28 inches at the shoulder (27-1/2 " being the most desireable)--there isn't a disqualification for oversized dogs as long as they are well balanced. There is no weight listed for Dobes in the AKC standard.

Danes are sort of the same story--their standard says males over 30 inches preferable over 32 inches--it also doesn't specify weight. 175 pounds would be heavy even for an adult male Great Dane.

I've had several 28-1/2" males--who were very correct and who finshed AKC championships easily. One of them weighed 90 pounds in show weight and te most recent one weighed 90 pounds when we were showing him as a puppy and young male--when he finished and was doing performance competition I kept him at 85 pounds and is still at 85 pounds.

But I've also had champion males who were not quite 27 inches and weighed 75 pounds.

Even very correct finished champion Dobermans with desirable pedigrees are often never bred so what does your 195 pound male offer that would make him a dog that should be bred? I'd say neuter him, have fun with him, love him and don't even breed him.

dobebug
03-07-2019 09:56 AM
falnfenix
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Originally Posted by 4x4bike ped View Post
Uh... There is no such thing as a 195lb. pure bred Doberman . We had a huge male from a reputable breeder of AKC show lines and he was over sized at about 98lb.
Purebred, yes. Well bred or fit, no. I have seen Dobes from the local "Superior Sized" Doberman puppy mill toppling the scales at 175...they were the size of Great Danes.
03-06-2019 11:35 PM
4x4bike ped Uh... There is no such thing as a 195lb. pure bred Doberman . We had a huge male from a reputable breeder of AKC show lines and he was over sized at about 98lb.

So... What greenkouki said^^^

Please study the Doberman breed standards:

https://images.akc.org/pdf/breeds/st...anPinscher.pdf

My current youngest is right there and best at about 85-87lb.

Best to you.

Please do not breed your dog.

John
Portland OR
03-06-2019 10:44 PM
greenkouki Welcome to dt. My advice is to leave breeding up to those who have years of experience. Can you share a photo of your dog?
03-06-2019 09:18 PM
Maxevans256
Stud ????

I am thinking about putting my 195 lbs male up for stud but have no idea what all that would entail. Is there anyone who can help me?

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