The ideal Doberman has an appearance of a dog of medium size, with a bodythat is square. Compactly built, muscular and powerful. Elegant in
appearance, of proud carriage, reflecting great nobility and temperament.
Energetic, watchful, determined, alert, fearless, loyal and obedient. He appears larger than he really is because of his heavy bone and substance. His square
physique and smooth, hard musculature create the agility, speed, endurance and strength that characterize the Doberman in action and permit him to excel at his work. From the arch of his neck to the tip of his tail, the sleek powerful Doberman should be the picture of athleticism.

The Doberman is elegant in appearance, which is to say the dog appears to be a seamless, balanced whole. Another aspect of his elegance is his noble bearing, which emanates in large part from an acute awareness of his environment. The Doberman leaves no doubt that he owns the ground on which he stands. Firm, purposeful, strong willed and determined, the Doberman navigates around complex obstacles calmly and gracefully.

In spite of his bold, alert look of powerful readiness and his reputation as a guard and police dog, the Doberman is a gentleman and an affectionate, obedient pet. His devotion to home and family have won him a lasting place in the affections of America's dog lovers.



In Memory
Can. Int. Ch. Pentastar's Intrepid, Am/Can CD, RN, CGC (Promise)

Multiple Group Winning, BPIS Am. Can. Int. Ch. Desert Image Dust Storm
Soquel, ROM, CD, CGC, ATT (Dustin)

BISV Am. Can. UKC Ch. Pentastar's Rallye of Soquel, RN (Rallye)


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