I started Doberman Blog in 2014 to help people better understand their dogs and Doberman breed overall.
I grew up in Eastern Europe in the city. My grandparents had a small farm, where I spent every summer surrounded by dogs, cats, and farm animals. When I was 7 years old, I convinced my parents to get me a dog for our city apartment. His name was Chapik, a Pinscher/Dachshund mix. By the time he was 2 years old I taught him 53 different commands. We often entertained our guests with the tricks like searching for hidden articles, “playing dead”, and counting to 10. Growing up I had various breeds – from small to large – training for various programs, and helping others achieve better communications with their pets. Dobermans, Rottweilers, Terriers, German Shepherds, Eastern-Asian Sheep Dogs – just to name a few.
In 2002 I moved to the US – to Northern California, near San Francisco. It was a while before I had an opportunity to get a dog again. I always liked strong and intelligent dogs, especially Dobermans, so I began searching for Doberman breeders. I spent months researching online for various information: from the difference between American vs European Dobermans, to where to buy cheap dog supplies, what is a good dog food, who is the best vet, etc.
Now, I have a European Doberman imported from Poland, from a multiple show winner, health and work tested Oscar z Padoku. I’m training my dog in Schutzhund (IPO) and getting ready to compete Internationally.
For questions about European dobermans or dog health and training tips – admin at dobermanblog dot com.