Opps sorry! Didn't know that!GSD009 said:Hi Lexus,
I have cheked out the sites you refered me to. They are in the US. I am in Canada. Are there similar websites for Canadians?
I totally agree with Lexy. I have been wanting another dobe too.Lexus said:First off, hello and wecome to Doberman talk! We always love to have more doberman enthusiasts!
I feel dutybound to tell you that male dobermans are notoriously aggressive with other males they live with. Many people do have males that are able to live together, I did years and years back, but I don't recommend it at all because of the overwhelming risks involved to both dogs in the majority of instances. It is ususally aggression that will show up when they are full grown and completely unexpectedly. There are people that live now with two males that have to be separated at ALL times, to keep them from killing or maiming eachother.
I'd recommend a female in your case, and pretty much any reputable breeder or rescue you come across will do the same.
Would you be interested in a rescued dog? Always nice to give a good animal a good life!As for a going to a breeder, we have a great section in the breeding area about choosing a reputable breeder.
Have you ever had a doberman before? They are a wonderful breed, but not always ideal for everyone after they learn more about them. Can you tell us what it is about dobermans that make you want to add one to your family? Are you active in any activities, OB, rally, tracking, etc... that you want to use it for? Then maybe we can answer some of your questions a little better.
What province are you in? Perhaps I can make some breeder and/ or rescue recommendations.GSD009 said:OK guys ... here is the deal
My wife and I will be visiting the same breeder again maybe next weekend and spend more time with the dogs just to give her a better idea of the dogs' nature ... we'll c
talk 2 ya