Recommended Wisconsin breeders from a different thread, given by Kansadobe.I am not sure why you would limit your search for a long term family member to only your state, but within lovely Wisconsin I would look at:
A-LIST KENNELS - Denise Kamine and Chelsea Kamine-Neitzel, (262) 389-8870, [email protected], A-List Kennels
ABADIE - Barbara Lankford, (920) 649-0069, [email protected]
I would also consider:
ELEMENT - Denise Kusey, (262) 391-4819, [email protected], Element Dobermans: Breeder of Quality Dobermans
MOA DOBERMANS - Margarita B Files, (262) 893-6284, [email protected], MOA Dobes, Dobermans, Chinese Cresteds, Wisconsin
This exactly.This is just what I've noticed, but it seems people who invest the time and money into titles do their best to make sure the dobermans they breed are as healthy as possible. By that I mean breeding to standard and doing the testing to try to limit the genetic problems this breed has.
Because they show that the breeder was willing, open, and humble enough to seek the opinions of other experts, on the quality of the animals they are using to produce the next generations.Why do titles matter? I'm not planning on showing or competing. I do however want the pup to be from health tested and OFA'ed parents.
There were some much better recommendations made in the thread, i'd avoid broken oaks and go with one of the others listedI have now heard three different female names associated with this breeder. It is odd. I was in line to buy a dobe from them and I don't know if I am going to.