The Doberman Pinscher is a cropped and docked breed. Therefore, all of our puppies are placed cropped and docked, no exceptions.
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Thank you for inquiring about our Doberman Pinschers. We are dedicated breeders who participate in various dog related events. We breed occasionally to produce what we believe to be
quality Doberman Pinschers that conform to the breed standard, and are intelligent, healthy, well-adjusted examples of the breed.
**All of our puppies are cropped/docked/dews removed before being placed.
When we have litters, we make sure our puppies are sold to loving, committed homes. We do our best to screen the owners to ensure a good match between the puppy and the buyer. Before the puppy leaves our home, it has been well cared for, socialized and loved. The puppy does not go to its new owner as a trained, well-mannered finished product. It is up to you to complete the job we have started. You are responsible for the further development of the puppy's personality, through structured discipline, training, guidance, and love. In an effort to ensure that our puppies are going to receive the love and care they will require and deserve throughout their lives, we ask all potential buyers to complete this questionnaire. Although some questions may seem invasive, and the form rather long, it is only the puppy's welfare we are looking out for. If you wish to be put on our waiting list, you must complete and submit it to us as soon as possible.
All of our COMPANION puppies are sold on a Limited Registration with the AKC - without exception, which means that if the dog is bred, the resulting offspring will not be recognized or register able with the AKC. COMPANION puppies are required to be spayed/neutered.
Because we have been observing them during their development, and obviously know them better than potential owners, we make the decisions regarding which puppy goes to which home based on these observations and the results of the Temperament Test. Therefore, it is unlikely that you would be able to "pick" your own puppy, unless there is more than one that fits your individual needs. Contrary to popular belief, there is much more to picking a puppy than choosing the first one that comes to you.
Prior to taking the puppy home, you will be given information on training and care of your puppy, a list of the proper equipment and supplies to obtain prior to bringing your puppy home, and a sample copy of our contract. On pickup day, you will be given :
a completed contract (which you must sign),
a copy of the pedigree
a bag of puppy food
baby pictures of the litter at various ages
pictures of Mom & Dad
information on the number your puppy has been microchipped with .
a blanket and toy that smells familiar, and chewies.
These items are by no means everything the puppy needs, but we include all of these things to make the transition as smooth as possible for you AND the puppy.
This questionnaire serves the purpose of helping us become better acquainted with the people inquiring about our puppies. It presents a more complete picture of what you are looking for in a dog and to help us match you as a potential owner with a dog that will, ultimately, turn out to be what you are looking for. This in no way constitutes a contract on my part that there will be puppy available for you, nor do your responses serve as the sole determinant of whether or not a puppy will be offered. Filling out and submitting this questionnaire does not lock you into one of our puppies, either. Once the puppies are born, and we've decided together that one of our puppies is right for you, a non-refundable deposit of $500.00 will be required. This means that given any unforeseen circumstances, you will be receiving a puppy from said litter between the age of 10-12 weeks, depending on the maturity of the individual puppy.
Name, Address, Phone Number(s)
What reference materials have you read? How many individuals of this breed have you been acquainted with?
Type of dwelling: house, condo, apartment
If renting, please give name and address of landlord:
Name, address and phone number of your veterinarian:
Who would be the primary care giver?
Where would the puppy be kept during the night?
Where would the puppy be kept during the day?
Is anyone home during the day?
How many hours on the average would the puppy be left alone?
Would there be someone available to feed and exercise the puppy during the day?
Have you ever owned a dog before?
How long did your last pet live? What were the circumstances of its' death?
Do you have any other animals?
Do you have any children? If yes, what are their ages.
Does anyone in your household have allergies to animals?
If yes, to what and how severe?
Are you interested in a male or female puppy?
Do you have a prefered color?
At what age do you wish to get the puppy?
What do you expect the activity level of this breed to be: very high high moderate below average
How many hours a day would the puppy be kept outside?
How would he be confined when he is outside?
Do you have a fenced yard or suitable pen?
Have you ever house trained a dog before?
How long have you lived at this address?
Would you be attending any training classes with this future puppy? Who is the trainer or organization?
If yes to the above, at what age would you start? Which activities or competitions are you interested in?
Have you ever returned a pet to the breeder? If so, what were the circumstances?
Have you ever given a pet away? If so, what were the circumstances?
Have you ever taken a pet to a pound or shelter? If so, what were the circumstances?
Are you interested in showing in the conformation ring?
Have you ever shown a dog to it's championship?
Are you interested in competition in performance events such as obedience, rally, agility, or schutzhund?
Have you shown a dog to any performance titles?
Do you intend to breed the dog?
Do you understand the difference between a limited registration and a full registration?
Is there anything else you would like to tell us about yourself?
Please submit to email@example.com