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The Institute of Canine Biology The Doberman is in Serious Trouble

Discussion in 'Doberman Health and News Articles' started by Apollo's Dobermom, Mar 12, 2017.

  1. Oh Little Oji

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

    Welcome, by the way, Fox Hound person. One thing you will find about this Doberman forum is we try to be civil and kind. You don't know me from Adam and you come in here handing me a "disagree" and wording things in a rather curt fashion. Yes, I am fully aware that the Doberman was developed by using a variety of other breeds.

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  2. TrueEnglishFoxhound

    TrueEnglishFoxhound New Member

    Thanks for the greeting. Sorry if I was blunt, but I can't stand purity at the expense of dogs. At least we are not as bad as bull terriers. They were depleted first when cropping was outlawed and naturally pricked ears developed. Then they were split into colored and white. Then three sizes, standard, mini, and toy(toy is now extinct.) Then, finally, from normal to egghead. This heavy selection now means he is the most inbred of all breeds(Even more than that famous genetic wreck, the bulldog!)
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