European champion bloodline Doberman pups

ossett, wakefield

£1000

Pet Information

Advertiser Type: Standard

Advert: For Sale

Age: 22 Wks 5 Days

Pet Breed: Dobermann

Size: Large Dog Breeds

Microchipped: Yes

Vaccinations: Yes

Neutered: No

KC Registered: Yes

Ad Expired/Closed

Pet Description

Hi we have an outstanding litter of Doberman puppies the bloodline is from the famous Altobello kennels. These are the European Dobermans bigger and thicker boned than the American line. The bloodline includes international champions and also world champions.
The Sire
Bello is a stunning example of the best of breeding, both for health and conformation. He was bred by the famous Altobello kennels in Serbia, grandson of World Champion Maxim di Altobello and with numerous other Champions on his UK Kennel Club 5 generation pedigree. His KC name is Pontyac Di Altobellow (IMP SRB) and his UK Kennel Club Registration number is AS0904794.
He stands 28 1/2" (72cm) at the shoulder and weighs 45 kilos. He is well muscled, fit and athletic. Both his parents scored HD-A on the FCI assessment, which means that they are clear of any form of hip dysplasia and are also VWD clear.
Bello lives on his owners farm where he watches over them and warns of any visitors/intruders. He is intelligent and loyal and has a loving and attentive character.
The Dame
Tara is a prime example of the breed her temperament, intelligent and loyalty. She is brought up in a busy family home and always alerts us when visitors are coming. Her UK kennel club registration also boasts champions including international champions, IDC Siegers and world champions. She is also VWD and DCM CLEAR through parentage. Her father Come as You Are I Rex was born in Serbia in 2010 and was bred by the same kennels that proudly bred two World Champions who became IDC Siegers in the same year 1996(Come As You Are Alabama and Baron Nike Renewal). These are both in his close breeding, together with a further IDC Sieger, Fedor del Nasi (2005) and also Italian, Bosnian, Russian, Polish, Baltic and Estonian champions. As he is docked and cropped, Cheeky cannot be paraded around the show circuit, so he stays at home and works hard as a guard dog, stud and much loved family pet. He has a superb Dobermann temperament. Cheeky is not just well bred and handsome, he is very fit and healthy too. Tested clear of von Willebrands disease (vWD). Hip score 6/6=12. He is UK KC Registered
These pups will be well socialised and will be around children and all noises of a busy household they will be brought up behind a working farm where there are horses and loud machinery in use in the field. Will come microchipped, wormed appropriately at 2,4,6,8 weeks of age and be fully vet health checked before leaving to there forever homes. If you live local they will have their first vaccination if not i will not do their first vaccination because other vets use different vaccinations and would mean the puppy would have to start all over again meaning 3 vaccinations instead of 2. They will be weaned on raw feed and AVA dry biscuits. They will be kc registered and have a 5 generation pedigree. These will be show quality puppies and have a great temperament and conformation of the breed. Come with a puppy pack and care sheet. We are based in West Yorkshire Ossett. They were born on the 17,01,2019. Accepting viewings from 11,02,2019. Will be ready to leave on 14,03,2019.
There is a 200 pound non-refundable deposit to reserve the puppy of your choosing there is 3 brown and red rust (Tan) males, 5 black and red rust (Tan) males and 1 black and red rust (Tan) bitch left. 1000 for black and red rust males 1100 for brown and red rust males. 1200 for black and red rust bitch.
Photos will be uploaded regularly

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The puppy must be 8 weeks of age or over

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Vaccinations must be up to date

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