Breeder/Exhibitor Education Articles

This site has many wonderful articles for your benefit. The opinions expressed in the materials are strictly the opinion of the writer and do not represent the opinion of, nor are they endorsed by, the Doberman Pinscher Club of America. Please take the time to learn from them as much as you can.

by Carmen L. Battaglia By the early 1950's", Lloyd C. Brackett had become a legend in his own time. In ...
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Link to rules of the Breed Suitability Test - ZTP (opens a PDF file) ...
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This site has many wonderful articles for your benefit. The opinions expressed in the materials are strictly the opinion of ...
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written by Carol Kufner submitted by Judy Bohnert The views expressed on this page are my own. No names of ...
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written by Judy Doniere edited/published with permission by Judy Bohnert Some breeders DO sell their best bitches. We try to ...
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Breeding Dobermans is both an art and a science. Learn more here ...
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by TD Yandt One of the best things you can do for your new puppy is to take him to ...
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Reprinted with permission of Mary Korevaar Written by Mary Korevaar & Lisa Douzos, Doberman Education and Rescue, Inc. © 2000 ...
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Written & submitted by Theresa Mullen, Terrylane The C-Section is the saving surgery for both dam and puppies when problems ...
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by Dr. Carmen L. Battaglia Time is our most valuable and unique resource because it can only be used once, ...
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written by Patti Smith Both Valerie's Doberman and mine were diagnosed with Lymphoma. The first step was an accurate diagnosis--I ...
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When making a cake, you might start with just a few basic ingredients. Depending on how you use each of ...
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by Carmen Battaglia PHD, Martin Coffman, DVM, Robert Van Hutchison DVM, Russ L Kelley DVM & Allan J Lepine PHD ...
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BACTERIAL SKIN INFECTIONS (PYODERMAS) Causes - Staphylococci (`Staph bacteria´) are the most common organisms found in bacterial skin diseases (pyoderma's) ...
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