Congratulations, Nikita has just been bred to "Houston, We Have a Problem"! The babies are due around April 4th. I'm sorry, but this litter is sold out. Please note Daisy below...
Myanna is a new addition to our family: She brings an upgrade to our line as her Grandfather was the 2012 International Champion: Maxim Di Altobello. Her Dad was Junior World Winner. Go to Myanna's page to see some great pictures of her.
Both Amaya and Nikita produce 1/2 American line and 1/2 European line puppies. They produce big, well-rounded puppies with medium energy and medium drive, which is good for families. Amaya and Nikita are both experienced Moms who really enjoy "motherhood". Check out their Pages under "Our Females"- "Amaya" and "Nikita".
We are Jeff and Rhonda Lawrence and live in Colorado Springs, Colorado. We breed healthy, beautiful Doberman Pinschers. We have two to three litters in our home per year. Our Dobermans are our family dogs that we breed occasionally.
Our Yugoslavian Grand Champion line is a performing, working dog line with great emotional stability, courage and intelligence. We pride ourselves on producing dogs with excellent pedigree, temperament and working ability. All three of our Dobermans, Kiah, Amaya and Nikita bring a wonderfully rich pedigree and have a 'people oriented' personality. All of our dogs are screened and are Von Willibrands clear. Each puppy comes with two health guarantees.
People always ask me, "What is the difference between American Line Dobermans and the European Line Dobermans." Most American line breeders portray the European dogs as vicious and untrustworthy, while the European line breeders portray the American Line as 'trash'. I am in the middle. I see the advantages of both worlds. I like the emotional stability of the European dogs and the 'wanting to please' attitude of the American line dogs. I find breeding dogs who are
1/2 European line and 1/2 American line- the perfect mix.
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We are so lucky to live here in the beautiful state of Colorado. I have included some pictures of the majestic beauty that surrounds our family in the picture slideshow above. We take our Dobermans (and their puppies) with us everywhere we go. I have taken puppies as young as 2 weeks old with us camping. (Of course they were not allowed out of the camper, but the other girls enjoyed the scenery and playing in the water). Whether you are interested in specialized training, home protection, or simply adding a loving canine member to your family, please explore our website to see if we have your new Doberman puppy.