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|05-22-2019 01:19 PM|
|05-22-2019 11:29 AM|
Originally Posted by LadyDi View Post
|05-22-2019 11:18 AM|
Check out the thread titled "Axel Thread"........ |
They are from the UK and recently did alot of research regarding breeders in their area........might save you some steps.
|05-22-2019 10:11 AM|
|MeadowCat||You might try Lisa Webb of Shalissa Dobermans - I'm not sure of her contact information over there but her FB page is here (https://www.facebook.com/lisa.s.webb.92).|
|05-22-2019 10:00 AM|
|Cressrb|| Aritaur Dobermanns - Breeders of Dobermanns for Work, Show and Pet |
I do not know these people personally, but they seem to have a good reputation from what I hear others say.
|05-22-2019 04:16 AM|
reputable breeder UK recommendations
we are looking to add a pupster to our household after loosing our boy at 12 recently.
whilst i am super excited to have a puppy to teach and grow i am also super concerned about choosing the right dog.
my last but one dog (GSD) was from a reputable breeder but she was never socialised and i struggled massively with her behaviour towards other dogs. it was unbearable and i really dont want to have the same experience again.
im set on the breed- hence my post! im hoping you will be able to angle me towards a decent breeder that is reputable.
a bit about us- we are a working couple, our dog wont be left for longer than 4 hours and will often come to my office so he isnt left. we dont have children- but we plan on doing so in the next couple years- hence the reason for a puppy so i know i can work on them and grow them how i want to. we have a large house, large garden thats secure.
ive been looking through pets4homes and Kennel club to see breeders but i know that whilst they may have a tick in the box they may not be what they seem.
i would really prefer not to have to wait too long for a pup as my house is awful without a dog but im not sure if the pups being advertised as ready to go are actually the best options. do some breeders advertise when they are ready rather than when they are born? i dont know if that means the litters arent desirable?
we are based in shrewsbury, but happy to travel wherever to get the right pupster.
any help would be hugely appreciated