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We are a small breeder located in central Texas.  I have owned and loved Dobermans for over 30 years and started breeding over 25 years ago, but took a long break while establishing my equine business, training and competing, I am now in a place where I can devote the proper time needed to breed dogs again and am applying what I've learned in my lifetime with horses doing pedigree research, studying form to function,  and finding the bloodline and physical characteristic combinations to have the best chance to produce stronger, healthier, sounder and longer lived athletes to my dog breeding program.  My goal is to breed health tested, structurally correct Dobermans with solid, stable temperaments from European bloodlines that have the ability to excel as active companions, family pets, sport or working dogs and bring years of joy to their owners.  We do not breed dilute colors or Z factor dogs.  We health test our dogs and only breed after 2 years of age when the dogs are fully mature.  We are conscious of pedigrees and try to make the best choices when crossing lines to produce the best dog we can.  We welcome experienced Doberman owners as well as people new to the breed to inquire about our dogs and Dobermans in general.  We pride ourselves in being approachable, easy to talk to, open and honest about our dogs and program.  We are happy to help  you find the perfect puppy from one of our current or future litters and/or discuss if the breed is right for you and your lifestyle.  If you have any questions, we are here to help, we don't think any question is a bad one.  If we don't have the answers, we can point you in the direction of where to find the answers.  We don't have questionnaires, as we prefer to talk to people and learn what they are looking for in a new family member and discuss the best home situations for our puppies.  We offer lifetime support for our puppy buyers and also love to hear updates and get photos of any dogs from our program.  We also are always willing to take back any of our dogs at any point in their lifetimes should an owner not be able to keep them for any reason.  We consider it a great responsibility to bring these lives into the world and want to assure they are never neglected or end up in a shelter or undesirable situation. 

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