I have a 4 year old male AKC registered dobermann pincher. i have studded this dog since he was 2, and he has always been a consistent and strong breeder. i bought a female last year at age 1yr 6mths. i just missed that heat at age 2 i tried to breed and she had a phantom pregnancy worried about her i took her to the vet. there was nothing wrong she just hadnt taken. i took her home skipped her next heat and tried again now she is three and by my males reaction is ovulating but she refuses to let him mount. anytine he gets to close she turns on him and attacks him. i have never encountered this problem anyone with some decent advise id like some help.
AAhhhhh yes... The Doberman. My specialty. I've been breeding them for almost 10 years. A most difficult breed. What you are experiencing is why they are not the most common breed out there. Phantoms are high. Maternal rejection is high. I don't know why your girl will not stand and mate, unless her timing is still a bit off. Separate them for now, and try again tomorrow. These tend to be very emotional. Train your stud to be patient and a lover boy not like some teenaged kid in the backseat. I wish I knew what else to suggest, but keep them apart and if all else fails, do an A.I. Do not allow her to be aggressive with him, it could scare him from wanting to mount in the future, one snap and separate them. Worse than a female that won't stand is the stud that's afraid to mount.