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Kennel Briska's, dobermann breeding in Sweden

Obviously not on the market for a puppy right now, but in the future I would love to import a working line puppy, so does anyone know anything about this kennel/their dogs? Is there a Dobequest for European countries so I can find stuff out for myself?

FWIW, here is the list of countries I could import from without a huge quarantine period if you have suggestions > Rabies Free Countries - Pet Travel
 

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Very good lines but Scandanavia is expensive to import from. Much more than Germany. When I was in Kaunitz, Germany, I saw Briska's Arcon work a bit. At 18 months he was a pretty nice dog. He is an Asco v.d. Burgstaette son.
 

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Very good lines but Scandanavia is expensive to import from. Much more than Germany. When I was in Kaunitz, Germany, I saw Briska's Arcon work a bit. At 18 months he was a pretty nice dog. He is an Asco v.d. Burgstaette son.
Thanks, is iceland just as expensive? Germany is one of the countries that if I were to import a pup from, the earliest it could be here is at 9 months old (same with USA)
 

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There's a couple of Briska's bloodlines in Australia...whilst not all the owners are ones I'd recommend....there are some progeny (1st Gen) owned by breeders I feel comfortable with. They won't be breeding until later in the year...but I'm happy to share what I've seen and found so far if you're interested.
 

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There's a couple of Briska's bloodlines in Australia...whilst not all the owners are ones I'd recommend....there are some progeny (1st Gen) owned by breeders I feel comfortable with. They won't be breeding until later in the year...but I'm happy to share what I've seen and found so far if you're interested.
I'm probably thinking 3-4 years away :) But yeah def interested! If me and the b/f end up heading to Europe in the next year or two I will have to make sure we get to Sweden too :D
 

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I do not think import will be more expensive as anywhere else.

And Briska's have great dogs! I sure can recommand them!:D
I just know that a few years ago I checked and at least at that time it was much more expensive to ship from Sweden than Frankfurt to the USA.
 

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Here we ship with animals to fly this company is specialist to ship animals all over the world, they arrange everything and the price mostly depend to the size of the crate, 6 years ago it was the same price to ship to the Netherlands as to anywhere else in the world.
 

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Kennel Briska's, dobermann breeding in Sweden

Obviously not on the market for a puppy right now, but in the future I would love to import a working line puppy, so does anyone know anything about this kennel/their dogs? Is there a Dobequest for European countries so I can find stuff out for myself?

FWIW, here is the list of countries I could import from without a huge quarantine period if you have suggestions > Rabies Free Countries - Pet Travel
Hello,
I can tell you 100% that this kennel is SPOT ON excellent Dobermans quality like you have never seen, will work 100% great with everything, I have X2 Dobermans that come from those lines and that kennel and I would import one any day.
Cheers
 
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