Hello guys, I have been looking at breeders in Europe and have seen quite a few, but which one is the best?
This is a good point. The Euro look can be amazing but some of them are just over done. My Euro is 80 lbs and starts to look overweight at 84 lbs. The heavy bone and strong muscle tone may make them seem larger though as people always guess that he is 100 lbs. One warning though, they are a lot of “dog” to deal with. Even as a companion they will turn your life upside down. For the first few years they never stop moving, and they never let you sit down either. So make sure you have some good trainers lined up to keep this Dobernado busy.The Doberman is suppose to be a medium size athletic breed and some of the Euro breeders have gone too far with the "bigger is better" thing.