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12-21-2005 05:04 PM
Blackdog Welcome!

I also show (as do a few others here). You can find the US Standard here http://www.dpca.org/standard.html. There have been a couple of natural-earred dogs finish in the US, but not many.
12-21-2005 02:09 PM
animalcraker
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Originally Posted by brumwolf
I too show dobes in England are you in the U.S. i would l like to know more about the A.K.C. breed standard and how they go about things.
thank you for the welcome. I know in other countries dobes show with natural ears and/or tails. In the AKC the ears and tails are done. Though I heard rummor that you can show a dobe with a natural ear set, but Iv'e yet to see any. I don't know how the AKC does things differently because I don't know how other kennel cubs work, but you can feel free to message me with more questions about it and I'll try to answer them. I'm sure theres other members on the forum that can answer them as well.
12-17-2005 09:29 AM
poodles&adobie Welcome Animalcracker! lol, you guys are funny! I haven't given in to letting Cedric in the bed YET, he still sleeps in his kennel. I can imagine getting no sleep at all if I gave in to him.....between him and the 6 poodles that already sleep in my/their bed...i'd end up on the floor!
12-17-2005 08:40 AM
brumwolf A very WARM welcome to animalcraker to the best dobe site on the web. I too show dobes in England are you in the U.S. i would l like to know more about the A.K.C. breed standard and how they go about things.
As for the blanket issue i do not know of many people who are allowed not to share bed space with their dobies and i have three,so it is always a race upstairs to claim an area of bed!!!!
12-16-2005 09:02 AM
2dobies I have two that both think they need to be in the middle of the bed! Darmok will go to the foot of the bed after a few minutes of lovin' and huggin' and toothing around, but still likes to lay her head on my feet (felt good last night, tho, cos my feet were COLD) After she settles in, she's pretty much zonked out for the entire night--no moving around. Sasha is the opposite. She wants to be between me and my wife, right up in our faces, then the legs start pronging out into our ribs, and her head flops over onto your face ~thud~and she wiggles around trying to get so close that she ends up scooting me to the edge of the bed! Seemes like one or both of us was waking up every hour shouting at her: "LAY STILL!" It was a long night last night!!!!
12-16-2005 03:43 AM
Gracie's_Mom
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Originally Posted by Lexus
Don't encourage her!!! That was the last night that BLANKET HOG gets to sleep on the bed, I don't care what puppy dog eyes I get from her! I woke up with a sore back, sore legs, NO covers, and only about two feet of space to "stretch" out in!
That's a daily thing for me. Get use to it.
12-15-2005 11:47 PM
TracyJo Ha!!! Sounds like Chi crawled in bed with you last night then LOL
12-15-2005 10:53 PM
Lexus
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Originally Posted by Gracie's_Mom
How could you say that about Lexus? Doesn't she deserve some blankets too? You and Tom don't need ALL the blankets do you? No, you don't she deserves her fair share. Lexus go ahead and pack your bags, you are more than welcome to come home to me. I will take you in with open blankets, unlimited play time, and more hugs and kisses than you know what to do with.
Don't encourage her!!! That was the last night that BLANKET HOG gets to sleep on the bed, I don't care what puppy dog eyes I get from her! I woke up with a sore back, sore legs, NO covers, and only about two feet of space to "stretch" out in!
12-15-2005 01:36 PM
Gracie's_Mom Welcome to the forum. I talked to you for a few minutes last night in the chat room. I hope you really enjoy it here and get some great information.

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Originally Posted by Lexus
Welcome to Doberman Talk! You will find lots of great dobie nuts here! What kind of dogs have you been showing up till now?

I have a nearly 2 year old Bl/Rust female dobe named Lexus who is an absolute blanket hog as of last night
How could you say that about Lexus? Doesn't she deserve some blankets too? You and Tom don't need ALL the blankets do you? No, you don't she deserves her fair share. Lexus go ahead and pack your bags, you are more than welcome to come home to me. I will take you in with open blankets, unlimited play time, and more hugs and kisses than you know what to do with.
12-15-2005 01:18 PM
animalcraker Thanks for the welcome. This is the niest forum i've seen. I've been showing since I was 10. I a sheltie that ended up being oversized so he just did obedience. I got my cavalier when i was in high school and showed him in the conformation ring. Unfortunately I couldn't bring my babies to the college dorms with me and didn't have the heart to break them up when i got a place of my own. So now they are living happily with my parents and I live with my 9 month old longhair minature dachsund.
12-15-2005 09:40 AM
frznbuns Welcome to the greatest forum.. I hope that you find us very supportive, friendly and a little nutty about dobermans.. What am I saying!! That should be very nutty about Dobermans!! Welcome!!
12-15-2005 06:57 AM
Lexus Welcome to Doberman Talk! You will find lots of great dobie nuts here! What kind of dogs have you been showing up till now?

I have a nearly 2 year old Bl/Rust female dobe named Lexus who is an absolute blanket hog as of last night
12-15-2005 02:20 AM
animalcraker
The newest member

Hello everyone out there! i'm proud to say im the newest member to the forum I don't yet have a doberman, but I've been doing my research to find a show prospect in the future. I've been raising and training my dogs for the past ten years, showing in conformation and obedience. The dobie has always come up when I dedcide on getting a new dog, but now I feel i'm finally ready to get one. No more runner up for the dobie, YAY!

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