January 6


How to find the best Doberman Pinschers in America

By amy arthur

January 6, 2023

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Above all, it isn't just the worry of obtaining a Doberman Pinscher puppy that may come with a list of illnesses and behavioral problems. Much worse, enabling a bad breeder to continue their faulty practices by purchasing one of their puppies.

The Unspoken Dangers of Buying from the Wrong Breeder

Finding the best purebred Doberman Pinscher puppy can be a difficult endeavor. Unfortunately, there are some breeders who are more interested in their own financial gain than in providing quality puppies. If you purchase a puppy from one of these breeders, you may face a number of problems:

  • Health Issues
  • Behavioral problems
  • Genetic defects
  • Mental disabilities
  • Difficulty training
  • No support from the breeder

As a result, many of these issues can lead to expensive vet bills, emotional distress, and even a short lifespan for the puppy. 

Additionally, the puppy may not have been raised in a supportive environment conducive for optimal emotional growth, intelligence, and maturity. 

Indeed, this could result in disappointment for those looking for a work-quality Doberman. Worse, when it comes to finding the best purebred Doberman Pinscher puppy, it can be quite a task to weed out the backyard breeders from the professionals.

Warning: There are even dangers involved with buying a poor-quality Doberman Pinscher. Poorly-raised puppies are more likely to develop aggressive behaviors due to a lack of proper socialization, insufficient nutrition, or from being mistreated or neglected.

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Unapologetically Calling Out the Fakes

Subsequently, one major warning sign of a bad breeder is one that likes to put other breeders down. They are likely to be financially motivated, insecure, and may make quick assumptions about the quality or living conditions of others without having any real knowledge.

Furthermore, those that are quick and eager to put others down show a lack of confidence in their own breed. As a result, they feel the need to put others down in order to make themselves feel better.

Above all, those that frequently focus on putting other breeders down are not focused on the importance of the breed in general and how diversity allows for better growth as opposed to a limited gene pool.

Side note: While a good breeder will be happy to offer advice on what to look for, warning signs, and opinions on what makes a good breeder, they will not be quick to put specific breeders down. Those that do are focused on the financial gain and will not be offering constructive criticism but a biased opinion in order to destroy any competitor's legitimacy.

Major Red Flags

In conjunction, here are other important red flags that you don't want to miss:

  •  A lack of understanding about the breed
  • An unwillingness to answer questions
  • Doesn't provide information about the puppies’ parents
  • Over-breeding
  • Overly aggressive marketing tactics
  • No health guarantees
  • No vet visits or health checks

As a matter of fact, if you've come across a breeder that exhibits even one of these red flags, you should strongly consider looking elsewhere.

Know what you're looking for

Accordingly, when it comes to finding the best purebred Doberman Pinscher puppy, it's important to take some time to consider what kind of qualities you are looking for in a pup. Some questions you can ask yourself include: 

  • What kind of personality do I want in my pup? Do I prefer outgoing and bold, or more laid-back and reserved? 
  • What size do I want my pup to be as an adult? 
  • How active do I want my pup to be? 
  • Do I want a pup with a confident disposition? 
  • What kind of coat color do I prefer? 
  • Am I looking for a pup with a specific bloodline? 
  • Do I want a male or a female?

In short, answering these questions and others like them can help narrow down your search for the best purebred Doberman Pinscher. When you know what qualities you are looking for, it makes it easier to find the perfect pup.


Side note: To tell the truth, I personally believe that God himself has created Dobermans (and dogs in general) as angels of a sort intentionally designed for certain individuals and families. As a result, it is my ultimate goal to help match puppy soulmates designed from heaven to the person they were created specifically for.

What's Under the Hood?

Check the breeder's facilities. 

Not to mention, when you are searching for the best purebred Doberman Pinscher, it is important take some time to look around their premises and ensure the living conditions of the dogs meet your standards. Particularly that they're:

  • clean
  • adequate shelter
  • safe
  • spacious

Hello, my name is Amy Arthur. I breed, train, and sell, purebred Doberman Pinscher puppies for service or protection work and as excellent quality family pets. Our dogs are personality tested and certified under Tackleberry Solutions and recommended for specific tasks depending upon their individual score results.


Additionally, pay attention to how the puppies interact with their parents, littermates, and the breeder. If everything looks good, then you can be sure that the puppies are well taken care of.

Alternatively, for instances where distance becomes an issue, you can easily request your breeder to share videos with you answering all of those questions. Don't just take it from their word alone, make sure they'll willing to show you.

Ask questions

Indeed, when looking for the best purebred Doberman Pinscher puppy, it's important to ask questions that will help you make sure that the breeder is reputable, knows what they are doing, and that the puppy is coming from a good home. Here are some important questions you should ask:


Meet the puppy's parents

Next, it’s important to learn as much as you can about the parents of your Doberman Pinscher puppy. Doing so will give you a better understanding of the traits and temperament that your pup will likely inherit from them. Furthermore, getting to know the puppy’s parents can also help you determine if they are healthy and well-cared for.


To expound, when researching the parents of your best purebred Doberman Pinscher puppy, there are several things to look out for. First, the parents should both be physically healthy and not overweight. Their coat should be shiny and free of any parasites or infections. They should have clear eyes and no signs of problems. In addition, their ears should be clean and have no evidence of wax build-up or inflammation.

Emotionally, the puppy’s parents should also display positive attributes. They should not behave overly fearful or aggressive. The parents should be relatively calm when you interact with them, rather than excitable or bad mannered.

Furthermore, it’s also important to make sure the parents are being cared for properly by the breeder. Are they living in a clean, secure environment? Are they fed nutritious meals? Do they have access to fresh water and space to exercise?


Finally, by meeting the puppy’s parents, you can get a better sense of what type of dog your pup will become. Make sure to ask questions. Doing so will help you find the best purebred Doberman Pinscher puppy for your home.


Get a health guarantee

Most importantly, a reputable breeder will stand behind the puppies they produce and will provide a guarantee that covers any health problems that could have arisen as a result of their care and upbringing.


With this in mind, breeding Dobermans is an expensive venture and a responsible breeder should be confident enough in the health of their puppies to offer a health guarantee. Adversely, breeders that offer no health guarantee at all are probably hiding potential problems and you should avoid these breeders.

Moreover, when getting a puppy from a responsible breeder, make sure to read the fine print of their health guarantee and ask plenty of questions so that you understand exactly what is covered.

Price Matters

Above all, have you ever heard that saying, "You get what you pay for?"

To expound, when it comes to finding the best Doberman Pinscher in America, price speaks volumes.

As previously stated, owning and breeding Doberman Pinschers is an expensive venture. Good Dog Breeder puts it very eloquently with their article that explains the costs associated with professional breeding practices: The Cost of Breeding

Consequently, any breeder that is offering their Doberman puppies at a much lower price has got to be cutting corners on effort and quality. Otherwise, they'd end up in the negative at the end of the day.


In sum, finding the best purebred Doberman Pinscher puppy can be a challenge, but it’s worth it for the lifelong companionship that comes with owning one.

For this reason, by doing your research, asking the right questions and checking out the facilities, you can ensure that you find a healthy and well-cared-for pup from a reputable breeder. 

Ultimately, you want to bring home the best Doberman Pinscher puppy that you can find. With enough research, patience and luck, you can make sure that your newest family member is of the highest quality possible. 

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Amy is passionate about helping others. She is constantly looking for ways to teach others how to be more prepared. With a core belief that honesty and teamwork are key to success.

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