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A purebred doberman bitch will be bred to a purebred hound stud in 2019. The doberman bitch is from working lines and is active in protection sport training. The hound stud is from hunting lines and is a working hunting dog. Puppies from this cross are expected to be drivey and do best in hunting, working, or active sport homes. They will be sable or brindle and carry but not express tan points.
Legend: each circle represents a litter. Solid lines indicate litters already on the ground, dotted lines indicate planned litters. Different colors indicate different original outcrossed breed types.
Disclaimer: due to privacy concerns, the specific non-doberman breed(s) used will not be publicly disclosed until after the litter is confirmed. Already-bred outcrosses without breed identification are private at this time by request of their owners.
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Zuma x Kyuss
Aja x Doberman
Raika x RT
Igor x ?
Bella x ?
Baina x what's his name
A purebred doberman stud was bred to an F1 50% cane corso bitch. The stud was 9½ years old and unaffected by DCM. Born in March of 2018, the breeding produced nine puppies, four of whom are being grown out for future use in the Preservation Project pending various clearances.
brown sable male, black & tan male, black & tan female, black & brindle female
An F2 bitch will be bred to a non-doberman stud of another breed in 2021. The litter will be 38% doberman by pedigree and classified as F1* for the Project. This cross is being done to improve type by correcting the size, temperament, and coat color of the F2 outcross bitch. Puppies from this breeding are expected to be a variety of sizes with sport/working temperaments. They will be black and tan with white.
A purebred doberman stud was bred to an F1 50% Olde English Bulldogge bitch in 2019. The puppies will be solid black or black & tan.
Seven sable puppies were born in June 2018 to a doberman sire and Malinois dam. Both the sire and the dam are trained and titled in protection sports and the breeding is a repeat of their successful first working cross litter born the year before. Several puppies are being grown out for evaluation in guardian homes.