1. alvin dennis said:

    I have a blue Doberman named Molly, and I got her from a backyard dealer and she is health as a horse. I know him every well and he treats his Doberman’s like his own children. She is well tempered, every well behaved, I have no complaint’s about her. So getting one from a backyard dealer and not paying an arm and a leg for one is not a bad thing.

    August 28, 2015
    • MissJ said:

      I’m glad Molly turned out great, and I do agree you can find a good house pet from backyard breeders, but it’s still more of a gamble on health & temperament.

      August 28, 2015
  2. Nicole said:

    Paid $3,000 for our red female. Both parents are American champions and the mother is a Canadian champion. Mother is from Canada. Dad is from the United States. Health guaranteed for 5 years. High price tag but worth every penny.

    March 4, 2015
  3. Rebecca said:

    We bought 2. They were selling for $300 each and we paid $500 for the 2. Not papered. Beautiful black and tans with awesome temperaments.

    December 22, 2014
  4. Evelyn said:

    I bought my doverman 2 yrs ago , I paid 1700 plus tax , but his ears and tails nipped , has a chip , shots and a couple of free trips to the vet. I also got a coupon to get him neutered, and his pedigree certificate , w his family tree all included , even free magazine subscription.all this at a very reputable pet store.

    July 13, 2014
  5. Rachael said:

    I know a reputable breeder who doesn’t breed for white dobermans, but doesn’t breed white out of their bloodlines either. They focus on temperament and health, so when they have a white, it isn’t like they’ve been cutting corners with inbreeding or ignoring other factors.

    That said, buying an AKC registered white dobie pup from them with shots, check-up, and docked ears and tail is about $1500, and they do ship them.

    March 3, 2014
  6. Jeff C. said:

    We paid only $300 for our black female puppy in Michigan 2 years ago. We paid another $200 to have her ears done. It was a back yard breeder but we are not breeding her and just wanted a house dog. Not showing or breeding. She is almost 3 and has a great temperament and is healthy so far.

    August 27, 2013
  7. James Williams said:

    Interesting thought process, but whomever wrote the opinions above are wrong headed. I have seen many fine dobermans in the less than $700 USD, range. Just because someone is not gouging people for dogs does not mean they are fine people. In fact maybe the opposite is the case, and gouging for a dog is never an indication of a good breeder alone.

    There are many factors in breeding to consider. Now what do I know, I been doing this since 1976. In my days I have witnessed line breeding by so called reputable breeders, and high cost line bred dogs. Those who but a dog need to do a little research and understand why the cost is what it is. If the dog comes cropped and docked with a medical checkup and shots then the cost goes up. Just because someone is advertising in a popular magazine does not guarantee a quality dog. Over my years I have known people who so love the breed that breaking even financially was reward enough to them when selling a quality litter.

    Cost alone only tells me they may be taking advantage of people.

    And Willa I hope you find the culprit, and they pay for such inexcusable evil.

    February 1, 2013
  8. callmeWila said:

    Wow, my jaw dropped looking at the right price. I really love dobes i had a blue doberman named him “Budd” he was just a year old. sadly, he passed away due to food poisoning by some cruel $#%*ing neighbors. The whole family was depressed specially me, the one who beg my parents to buy the dog at a local breeder. We missed him badly to the point that my mom keeps calling his name even though he’s gone(imagine how we loved him). He was a stress reliever, whenever i got home from work and was such great member of our family he was a great loss. I’m definitely getting another puppy by Christmas hoping that the dog won’t suffer the same as my dog did. Once we’ll find the culprit, I’m pretty sure they will pay. To the readers of this site, Please love your dobes be it not a dobe or any breed, love your dog like he/she’s a member of the family. Jah bless everyone. R.I.P. Buddy!

    November 9, 2012
  9. Jordynn said:

    I’ve actually considered buying a Doberman from a woman named Susan from bigdobermans.com. Of course I’d have to have the pup shipped but it will still cost a little over a $1000.

    December 17, 2010

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