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Searching for European breeders (and for a new fellow)!

Discussion in 'Doberman Talk and Discussions' started by Beatrice_97dober, Jun 13, 2019.

  1. Beatrice_97dober

    Beatrice_97dober Lurking Member

    Hi everyone!
    I'm new here and I would like to tell you my story.

    7 years ago I bought a fantastic puppy from Hunnoterra kennel.
    I have never had any health problems with my dog: he was amazing, with beautiful qualities.
    Unfortunately 2 months ago he started to have serious "pee and poop" problems: suddenly he couldn't pee and poop anymore.
    Since that day, we have been two times a day to the vet in order to not to make him suffer: the vet emptied the bladder with a catheter every times, waiting for the results of the exams.


    Through to an abdominal ultrasound, the vet had seen that the prostate was very enalrge: even the vet had castrated the dog and also tried to empty the cysts around the prostate by needle aspiration, the situation has not improved.

    In few days the dog has stopped to eat and drink, he lost weight: he was so sick and weak.
    Unfortunately when the results arrived we couldn't do anything for him: he had a very aggressive and malignant carcinoma in the prostate that had affected nearby organs too.
    He passed away and me and my family couldn't do anything for him because the vet said that it has been a very rare and aggressive complication and the surgery would have been useless, risky and would have caused unnecessary suffering.

    I have read that this kind of carcinomas are actually icurable and terminal illnesses.
    Now I'm here in order to ask you guys if you have ever had or heard about problems like this one.
    I wrote a message to the kennel but they said that they have never had problems like this.

    Now I'm here also because I really miss my dog.
    He was my best friend, we were inseparable, we had the best relationship ever: he has grown with me and we spent unforgettable moments that I brought with me forever.
    All the owners that lost their dogs, know that when there was something special it is very hard to overcome such a difficult time.

    I had another female dobermann before him, I have always had dobermanns and I can't live without one of them next to me.
    So... even I know that anyone can bring my dog King back, now I would like to buy another.
    I am from Italy and here it is not possible to have cropped ears.

    Could you suggest to me some realiable kennels in Europe that I can consult where the dogs have cropped ears?


    I really thank you for the time that you have dedicated to me
     

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  2. Ddski5

    Ddski5 Hot Topics Subscriber $ Forum Donor $

    Welcome from Louisiana.

    Sorry for you loss

    Beautiful Doberman right there.
     
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  3. Drogon

    Drogon $ Premium Subscriber $ Hot Topics Subscriber

    Getting harder and harder to find breeders that still crop & dock
    Betelges & LiparLand in Serbia both crop still
     
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  4. Oh Little Oji

    Oh Little Oji Formerly Tad Hot Topics Subscriber $ Forum Donor $

    Welcome!

    Sorry to read of the loss of your Dobermann.

    I look forward to seeing any information and suggestions on your breeder search!
     
  5. My Gal Gretel

    My Gal Gretel New Member

    Welcome from another new member (in Georgia, USA)

    I’m sorry for your loss, and good luck in your search.
     
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  6. MyBuddy

    MyBuddy Moderator Hot Topics Subscriber

    I personally have never heard of anything like this. Not even being on this forum for 10 years. We can all sympathize with your pain. Losing our best friends is heartbreaking.

    Rest in Peace, King. :dobe:
     
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  7. Beatrice_97dober

    Beatrice_97dober Lurking Member

    Thank you for your support.
    Thank you, he was amazing with a gold heart
     
  8. Beatrice_97dober

    Beatrice_97dober Lurking Member

    Ok, thank you.
    As I wrote, it has been a very rare complication and dobermanns usually do not suffer from deseases like this.
    Anyway, thank you for your support
     
  9. Beatrice_97dober

    Beatrice_97dober Lurking Member

    Ok! thank you for your informations.
    Do you know anything about Hunnoterra?
    Did you have any experiences with Serbian breeders?
     
  10. Oh Little Oji

    Oh Little Oji Formerly Tad Hot Topics Subscriber $ Forum Donor $

    If you don't mind my asking: Was he neutered, and if so, at what age was he neutered?
     
  11. Beatrice_97dober

    Beatrice_97dober Lurking Member

    He has been neutered immediately when we saw that there were problems and that the prostate was enlarge with cysts
     
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  12. GennyB

    GennyB Moderator Hot Topics Subscriber


    I don't know anything about Hunnoterra but I would research the heck out of them. Start with health testing and verify the results. I would also research pedigrees with COD's (cause of death) listed.





    My girl is from Lipar Land. Our experience with Vera (the breeder) has been fantastic. Our girl is 2 1/2 now and has been a dream dog. She has been healthy so far with an outstanding temperament.
     
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