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Date Posted: 22:10:54 03/27/03 Thu
Author: shelly
Subject: Re: Doberman Breeders in Ireland?
In reply to: Eve 's message, "Doberman Breeders in Ireland?" on 11:51:07 03/24/03 Mon

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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