I started Doberman Blog in 2014 with an idea to share my experience about importing a doberman puppy from Europe to the US. Over the years this blog became a resource to many people looking for a Dobermann, to learn the difference between types of Dobermans and overall health of the breed, how to raise a European doberman puppy, and many other Doberman-related questions.
I advocate for European Dobermans – physically powerful and mentally strong, bred to be loyal family members and great working dogs. I believe there is a new generation of Doberman breeders all over the world who truly care to preserve the Doberman as it was intended, without compromising genetic health and longevity of the breed.
Unfortunately, there are still a lot of people, who produce puppies from genetically unhealthy dogs with weak temperaments, ignoring the impact it has on the well-being of the breed. While puppy buyers continue to make uneducated purchases – the future of the breed looks bleak.
I help prospective doberman owners:
- navigate through the Doberman community,
- assess preferences of a future dog and their abilities as Doberman owners,
- read pedigrees, understand genetics, and find the right puppy,
- raise puppy into an intelligent and balanced dog,
- and participate in dog sports and activities.
I grew up in Eastern Europe, where most of dog owners had large dogs for personal and property protection. I grew up with various breeds, training my dogs for variety of protection programs, and helping others achieve better communications with their dogs. Dobermans, Rottweilers, German Shepherds, Eastern-Asian Shepherds – just to name a few breeds in my life.
My dogs and I share an active life. We enjoy camping, hiking, traveling, training and competing in Schutzhund (IPO).
If you need help with your Doberman, looking for a puppy, or have questions about European dobermans, feel free to reach out. My email – admin at dobermanblog dot com.