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Posted on: 6:16:32 PM 3/17/2005

I could use a little advise from some of the breeders and/or trainers in this forum.

I just aquired a 2 year old male Dobie, his owner had passed on about a year or so ago and the dog was being fostered in a kennel atmosphear.


Posted on: 11:41:36 AM 3/14/2005

pitsanddobes, it's good you speak like this. My own situation is I have had dobies for the past 28 years and I have only kept pets no matter what their breeding. This time I let the trainer and breeder talk me into showing my female as she comes ...

Posted on: 4:18:53 PM 2/10/2005

I just thought that the 4 wheeler goes along with having a horse farm. It is a tool to york rake the paddocks, get feed and hay out to the paddocks, move watering tanks, transport water from the house to the barn when the pipes freeze, etc. I hav...

Posted on: 4:10:03 PM 2/10/2005

Pits, I agree with what you are saying. You misunderstood where I was going. My dogs are treated with love, everything is done with love. The point I was trying to make is the dog will fit in to our world if we show him how, but if you don't tra...

Posted on: 1:15:51 AM 2/10/2005

I describe my horses as burning gas in park. It is not a cheap hobby, if you board you can expect to pay between a couple hundred to a thousand a month depending where you live in this country. If you have them at home as I do then it is no longe...

Posted on: 12:59:18 AM 2/10/2005

I have had dobermans for the past 30 years. I agree with all the comments of the pack mentality and that you and your family are members of the pack. The one thing that I have not seen in any of the comments is that the number 6 dog in the pack w...

Posted on: 1:24:33 AM 2/8/2005

Thanks Ice HOund. I do not intend to fix her, she is from a leading line of show Dobermans and I do plan on breeding her but not until she matures (between 2-1/2 & 3). She has been doing rather well in the show ring and I have her entered in two ...

Posted on: 1:19:35 AM 2/8/2005

Thanks Icy Hound. I do not plan on having her fixed. She comes from a leading show line of Dobermans and she is currently doing very well in the show ring. I however do not intend to breed her until she is atleast 2-1/2 to 3. I have her entered...

Posted on: 1:08:04 AM 2/8/2005

I read through the two sites thank you. As I now understand it she should stop dripping in a day or two and then it will be safe to let her out of confinement as she will no longer attract any males. Am I correct in this assumption?

Posted on: 12:38:28 AM 2/8/2005

My 9 month old Doberman Bitch has come into season for the first time. I know there are three stages to the heat cycle (Proestrus, estrus and diestrus). She started between 3 & 4 weeks ago. At first she was dripping bright red and heavy at times ...

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