Top Mississippi Doberman Breeders

5 breeders

Doberman

Joseph James is from Mississippi and breeds Doberman Pinschers. AKC proudly supports dedicated and responsible breeders. We encourage all prospective puppy owners to do their research and be prepared with questions to ask the breeder. Make sure you are not only choosing the right breed for you, but also that you’re getting it from the right individual.

Doberman

Larry Breland is from Mississippi and breeds Doberman Pinschers. AKC proudly supports dedicated and responsible breeders. We encourage all prospective puppy owners to do their research and be prepared with questions to ask the breeder. Make sure you are not only choosing the right breed for you, but also that you’re getting it from the right individual.

Doberman

Our Kennel stacks up well with the Top European kennels in the world. Our dogs are from Europe within the last 3 years and we are producing first generation highly pedigreed puppies. Please go to our website for details

Doberman

Amanda Pearson is from Mississippi and breeds healthy, excellent temperament, European Doberman Pinschers. AKC proudly supports dedicated and responsible breeders. We encourage all prospective puppy owners to do their research and be prepared with questions to ask the breeder. Make sure you are not only choosing the right breed for you, but also that you’re getting it from the right individual.

Doberman

Troy &Tammy Korbe are from Mississippi and breed high quality, healthy European Dobermans. This year we teamed up with Tommy & Karla Davis of Noah's Hill Kennel (raising Rocky Mountain Dobermans) to bring these amazing, energetic, intelligent, healthy pups. AKC proudly supports dedicated and responsible breeders. The parents and puppies are all health tested, microchipped, up to date on vaccines. Parents are of a large stature weighing in at 110lbs each and their pups look to be following suit weighing in at 13-17lbs at 6 weeks. We encourage all prospective puppy owners to do their research and be prepared with questions to ask the breeder. Make sure you are not only choosing the right breed for you, but also that you’re getting it from the right individual. 12/21/2021 PUPPY PROFILES Orange collared Male (Jorgi) AVAILABLE weighing in at 15lbs at 6 weeks UPDATE 27 LBS AT 9WEEKS, 32lbs @ 10weeks He's an instigator of tussles, rambunctious, intelligent, & observant & gorgeous. If one were looking for an emotional support dog, I would peg this lil guy for the very job Pink collared Female (Pinky Pie) ADOPTED weighing in at 13 lbs at 6 weeks old Smart sweet, likes to tussle with the boys Hates to be out of your arms Lime Female(Kiowa) ADOPTED Weighing in at 13 lbs at 6 weeks old quiet, loving, loves her blanket and is very independent. She's sweet but turns into a Ninja when the time arises! Blue collared Male(Tank) ADOPTED Weighing in at 17 lbs when he was 6 weeks old He's HUGE, Roly Poly Troy calls him. He didn't get that way being 1st to the dinner table either! It's natural for him. His mouth is a MAGNET FOR ALL THINGS!!! He chews and bites EVERYTHING and is all boy; "wide open" is what they call boys like him in the South! Green Collared Male (Deisel) AVAILABLE weighing in at 15lbs when he was 6 weeks old UPDATE 25 LBS AT 9 WEEKS Quiet, Patient, attentive, watchful, and discerning. If I were going to pick a service dog for diabetics or someone with dealing with seizures, I would choose this pup 1st. Yellow collared Male (Hoss) AVAILABLE Weighing in at 15lbs when he was 6 weeks old UPDATE 27 LBS AT 9WEEKS, 30lbs at 10 weeks quiet, stalks his siblings like to rough house while on his back. He'll bark to get out of his kennel BEFORE he poops or pees in it! He is a fun, watchful and attentive pup. He would be my second choice to train for a service dog for diabetics or one dealing with seizures.