You may be looking for a puppy for the first time or, for the first time, in a long time. Our hope is that you will learn what to look for in a responsible Doberman breeder and what questions to ask to help in your search for a new puppy. You are not looking for a cute puppy, they all are cute. You are looking for a new permanent member of your family. The effort you put in to finding a good breeder will be worth it. You will be investing, not only money, but time and emotion into your puppy. It is up to you to make sure the breeder you choose puts the best interest of the breed first.

Our pups are born and raised in our home. They are carefully observed and handled daily in a clean, safe environment. They will be exposed to normal home sounds, the radio, vacuum, etc. Puppies are weighed weekly and have their nails trimmed. As they get to be 5-6 weeks of age, our puppies have lots of space to run and interact with each other. New objects are put in our puppy area for them to climb on or under and explore. At 7 weeks each pup is given the Volhard Puppy Aptitude test. Our Puppy Evaluator has had over 10 years of experience testing puppies. This test helps us to make sure that each puppy is going to the home that best matches its energy level.

Every pup that leaves here has support from us for its lifetime. We want you to feel free to call us with any concerns, training issues or ear posting help. We welcome all of our pups back for boarding, training and for puppy play dates. We only board for our “family” of Dobermans. We enjoy having our pups come back to stay with us. Our kennel has seven inside pens with in and out doors so that the dogs can go outside as often as they like. The runs are covered and open into large play yards. The kennel is heated for winter boarding.

We want everyone to have the wonderful experience of owning a Doberman Pinscher that we have had.

It’s easy to fall in love with a puppy! Make sure your puppy has a healthy start, please, only buy puppies from breeders who do the proper health testing. Make sure the breeder knows about the parents and grandparents of your puppy’s line. Take your time and you will find the perfect pup for you!