1---Only with another doberman
2--is your female at least 24 mos old, they should never be bred before this age, they need to be mature to breed to,
3--have you had her tested for temperament, genetic diseases.
4--are you breeding her to improve the breed standard, if not then don't breed her at all, spay her
5--does she have any titles, is she a champion, if no, don't breed her
6--have you ever bred dogs before, if no, then don't breed her, spay her
7--are you breeding her for the money off the sale of the pups, if yes, then don't breed her, spay her.
And since your asking what type of dog to breed her to, I would say you are not a knowledgeable dog person..then don't breed, spare her and spay her, there are enough dogs in the shelters and on the streets now.
8--if you do breed her, the male as well should be a champion, titled out to the fullest, had all his testing as well.
there is so much involved when you breed dogs, it has to be to improve the breed standard, for showing the dog. not just to make puppies to sell for the money...it's not about the money at all.
Do not add to the overpopulated shelters
Retired Breeder, owner, handler 15 yrs
Shelter volunteer 13 yrs
· 1 decade ago