Doberman Pinscher breeders


British Columbia


DI' Limbazi Dobermanns

DI' Limbazi Dobermanns

Leduc, Alberta


Focused on the European type Dobermann. Pure European bloodlines. Breeding for Conformation, Health and Temperament. Health tested, show/work titled Parents.

We breed on limited basis, as we believe in Quality not Quantity.

All puppies are raised inside our home.

We are a registered Kennel with the CKC. We are also members of the Doberman Pinscher Club of Canada, Alberta Doberman Pinscher Club, and German Shepherd Shutzhund Club of Canada.

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Hilltophaven Dobermanns

Hilltophaven Dobermanns

Neebing, Ontario


Breeding quality European & American Dobermanns for show/work, and family companions, where health and temperament are first priority. Puppies available on occasion from health tested parents, to approved homes only. Our puppies are raised in our home, come with a written health guarantee, and of course a lifetime of breeder support.

We are members in good standing with the Canadian Kennel Club, Doberman Pinscher Club of Canada, Thunder Bay Schutzhund Club, and German Shepherd Schutzhund Club of Canada.

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Garshangan Kennels (Perm Reg'd)

Garshangan Kennels (Perm. Reg'd.)

2247 Berletts Rd
St. Agatha, Ontario
N0B 2L0
Tel.: 226-240-5303


Combining North American, South American & European bloodlines
to produce dogs sound in body & mind.

Doberman Puppies Available Occasionally.
Raised in our Home.
6 Year Written Guarantee.

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