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Neebing, Ontario P7L 0G4
Tel.: (807) 577-6038
Hilltophaven is a breeder of Registered Top Quality European Dobermans. We strive to produce quality pups for family, show and/or work, and are dedicated to the betterment of the Doberman breed, where temperament, longevity, and health are first priority.
We offer Champion bred puppies, sold on limited registrations for those wanting pet/companions and full registration to responsible breeders for work and show.
Please visit our website, www.hilltophavendobermanns.ca for more information.
St. Agatha, Ontario
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.
Surrey, British Columbia
Tel.: 604-589-7477; Cell: 604-996-7533
Our Dobermans feature world class European lines, from some of the most prestigious Doberman kennels in Europe (Altobello, Telepa, Betelges, Nasi, and Querce Nere) to name a few.
We breed powerful dogs of true substance and superiority. Our focus is on producing sound, strong, genetically healthy dogs.
For further details, please visit our website: www.roulettesdoberman.com
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
Breeder of beautiful Siberian Huskies & superior quality European Dobermans.
Our breeding focuses on breeding healthy, well structured dogs for family, show and workability.
Our dogs come from some of the most influential Champion bred lines.
Please visit our website for more information: www.mystiquedogkennels.com
Breeding for temperament, health and sound structure from Championed North American lines, with some South American and European in the pedigrees. All dogs are CKC registered, and tested for hips, hearts, eyes, vWD and thyroid.
We breed occasionally with pups raised in the home with constant care.
Member in good standing with the Canadian Kennel Club, Doberman Pinscher Club of Canada, Greater Mid Ontario Doberman Fanciers (current president) and the Barrie Kennel & Obedience Club (current show chair person). We are actively involved in showing, junior handling, rally and obedience.
For more information, visit our website at: www.hausenbrookdobermans.com
We breed and promote Dobermanns of working pedigrees for work, sport and active companionship.
We only breed health tested dogs with balanced drives, sound minds and functional conformation.
Our puppies will be able to successfully compete in IPO, ringsport, PSA, SAR among other dog venues.
Please visit www.VorAllemDobermanns.com for more information.
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