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 Aramal Basic
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3/28/2018 8:32:35 AM reply with quote send message to Aramal Basic Object to Post   

As I've let everyone know I was going for a better head by starting with source dogs. Well I finally got one. Take a look;

www.showdog.com/dog.aspx?id=16236392

I am thinking this is the first perfect head in Dobermans. Am I wrong has anyone else already achieved this?
 KonaBlechen
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4/19/2018 12:21:17 AM reply with quote send message to KonaBlechen Object to Post

That is the first I have seen. I had a 9.9 about a year and a half ago but the rest was so bad I could not use him for breeding. He was FH'd as a puppy.
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5/3/2018 12:35:01 AM reply with quote send message to Aramal Basic Object to Post

 Crosscroft
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5/3/2018 2:18:53 AM reply with quote send message to Crosscroft Object to Post

KonaBlechen, you had a 9.9 head? If so, that is virtually unheard of. There appears to be a bug within the game that there are no 9.9 or 10.1 heads. Interesting!
 Aramal Basic
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 Aramal Basic
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8/5/2018 11:45:57 AM reply with quote send message to Aramal Basic Object to Post

The SOP's on my project are slowly getting better. Here is my new highest
showdog.com/dog.aspx?id=16445328

I have put a few pups with "ten" heads up for sale in case anyone else wants to work on heads.
 Front Street Kennels
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8/5/2018 5:08:55 PM reply with quote send message to Front Street Kennels Object to Post

Thank you! I purchased a fawn bitch just now. <3

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