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Date Posted: 11:51:07 03/24/03 Mon
Author: Eve
Subject: Doberman Breeders in Ireland?

Hey.
Just wondered if any of you knew if the Republic of Ireland has Doberman breeders?
I'd probably buy a Doberman before I bought myself a car, but if I can't find them in Ireland, it would be a different 'kettle of fish'!!!
Thanks loads in advance,
Eve

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[> Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland? -- shelly, 22:10:54 03/27/03 Thu

I am sure there are. You might want to find where a local or area show is being held or if there is a chapter of the Kennel Club nearby and contact them for a referal. There are, even in Ireland I am sure, people that breed irresponsibly. I know there are rescue organizations in UK, so it might be if you didn't want to show/breed that you could contact a breed rescue and get a wonderful Doberman for a lot less than a car! Also, it will likely be past the chewie puppy stage and you can better know what its temperament will be like. I can get you some contacts if you want, but it might be better for you to find someone close by that can help mentor you as well with regards to the breed. They ARE better than a car :)

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[> [> Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland? -- Eve, 12:02:39 04/08/03 Tue

Thanks a million for the info, Shelly - the ISPCA would be a good place to start for an adult dog. But do you reckon an adult dobermann can get used to you and your close ones? I heard it's best to have them grow up with the family?

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[> [> [> Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland? -- Shelly, 22:18:11 04/10/03 Thu

I have gotten and know many people that have gotten adult dogs. Frankly I prefer getting older dogs as they are a given. With a puppy you have no real way of knowing what qualities you are getting but with an adult you do and they bond quickly and are a joy.

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[> [> [> [> Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland? -- chell, 02:33:50 09/23/03 Tue

Yes there are Doberman breeders in Ireland.Just contact the Irish Kennel club and they will give you numbers. I Myself have a bitch six and a half weeks in pup.

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[> [> Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland? -- Stephen Walsh, 14:30:57 12/12/04 Sun

I am considering buying a pedigery Doderman pup I would
like to contact the Doberman Breeders Club any information
would be welcome

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[> [> Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland? -- Stephen Walsh, 14:32:59 12/12/04 Sun

I am considering buying a pedigery Doderman pup I would
like to contact the Doberman Breeders Club any information
would be welcome

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[> Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland? -- Ciaran Toman, 13:22:56 05/18/03 Sun

DOBERMAN DOGS
WE are looking to buy a guard dog for our home as well as a
family pet.please could you provide me with some info and also in particular about how they are with children.

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[> [> Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland? -- gerry, 11:50:55 10/14/04 Thu

iam looking for doberman pup must have cropped ears, willing to travel any were in ireland, must be a dog no bitchess.

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[> [> [> Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland? -- doberman, 11:58:53 10/12/05 Wed

your a bitch ho females are way more protective do to there motherly instincts

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[> [> [> [> Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland? -- Pam, 20:34:10 10/24/05 Mon

I don't think he said anything about a dog being more protective or less protective than a bitch. I thought that the poster simply said he wanted a dog instead of a bitch, which isn't unheard of. I know people that want bitches instead of dogs and others that prefer dogs instead of bitches. I haven't found one sex to be any more protective than another. It depends on the individual. Yes a mother is protective of her young, while she is nursing them and soon after but they are no more protective of their people than a dog could or would be. Bitches don't protect because they think you are their puppy. I don't think any Doberman or canine for that matter is that stupid.

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[> [> Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland? -- doberman, 11:56:48 10/12/05 Wed

they really suck and will eat you

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[> [> Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland? -- doberman, 11:57:02 10/12/05 Wed

they really suck and will eat you

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[> [> [> Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland? -- PETER STRINGER (TOP IRISH DOBERMAN BREEDERS), 12:49:19 04/03/12 Tue

we breed and sell top quality dogs (but only to the best of homes). we inspect each home before we pass our dogs on.our dogs are great pets or great guard dogs and any mixture you care to want. we also provide a full training service to suit your specific needs. over the past 10 years, we have supplied dogs to some of irelands most famous families and celebrities and have written certs to prove our standing as the no 1 supplier. remember, you only get what you pay for. no time wasters please.

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[> [> [> [> Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland? -- Adrian Moss, 01:05:21 09/26/15 Sat

Are you still breading Doberman and do you know a breeder in Ireland at 2 oos kennels or Two O's kennels? I met an old lady who was with a beautiful Doberman and said that the dog came from this breeder, but I cannot locate them. Can you help please.
My phone no 01689 824811 07900033660

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[> Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland? -- Briege McCoy, 04:44:05 12/07/03 Sun

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[> [> Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland? -- Briege McCoy, 04:47:03 12/07/03 Sun

I was wondering if is any dobermanpups ready to go? You see i live in Co. Armagh and we are thinking of getting one for a christmas present. We would travel a good bit but not too much!

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[> Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland? -- Glen, 17:55:10 01/19/04 Mon

We rescued a neutered male doberman, at 1 year of age. Initially I had my fears initially, having a 9 and 11 year old, but the gentle nature and the guard dog came out in him. Ever loyal. Walks beside whoever has the lead, and has yet to show agression to something besides a strange noise outside the window. Perfect dog for those who wish for loyalty, obedience and trust.

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[> Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland? -- john mcintosh, 19:05:58 01/20/04 Tue

is there a docking ban of the tails going to come in ireland at sometime,can you let me know,also can i bring a dog from ireland into scotland or is it the same procedures i would have to get as if i got a dog from france ie pet passport

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[> [> Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland? -- john mcintosh, 18:09:26 01/22/04 Thu

is there a docking of tails ban going to happen in ireland john mcintosh

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[> Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland? -- Carol, 12:56:01 03/11/07 Sun

For anyone looking for reputable Dobermann breeders in Ireland, you can visit www.nidobermanclub.com or www.midlanddobermannclub.com, which will have information on litters for sale. These are the websites of the Northern Ireland Dobermann Club and the Midland Dobermann Club respectively. There is also the Dobermann Club of Ireland, which does not have a website, but you can get contact details from the Irish Kennel Club - www.ikc.ie

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[> does any one breed dogs -- glen (dogs), 03:58:58 05/06/07 Sun

does anyone breed dogs looking for a cheap pet and guard dog pitbull as pet and a doberman as guard or other

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[> Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland? -- Darren (male, full pedigree and always up to something!), 03:38:36 12/06/07 Thu

Could someone please tell me of my nearest doberman club as I am wanting to train him before he gets any older! He isnt a vicious or badly behaved dog he just needs obedience training because spite doing what he is told, 5 out of 10 times he will look at you and do his own thing, he is just over a year old now, any info would be greatly appreciated

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[> Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland? -- Gerard Fulton, 14:48:06 05/25/08 Sun


I am looking to purchase a chocolate and tan(male)doberman from Ireland with tail docked, and would appreciate any one who could assist me on loocating a reputable breeder(preferabally K.C registered).I go on holiday and do not return until the 10/07/2008 so it would be as close to that date as possible. Will travel to collect dog.

Yours Hopefully
Gerard FultonI

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[> Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland? -- stevie hennessy (sad), 04:26:11 01/03/09 Sat

i was given a doberman to pass on to a guy who never showed up to collect him the dog is 9months old he is beautiful id love to keep him but i have a kerryblue that doesnt get on with anyone need a home asap

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