Among other things, the breed is also forced to change by inter-examination conducted at almost all central exhibitions in the country, of course, when we entrust it with authoritative, world-famous judges, specialists in our breed.
The exhibition, for true connoisseurs and qualified “breeders”, is primarily a livestock event, a demonstration and analysis of the results of pairings and the selection of worthy animals for further breeding. Foreign experts, working in our rings, still make discounts on the transitional moment in becoming a type in our country, but the leaders in the rings are undoubtedly representatives of the “new” Dobermans, who meet the tastes of judges and the requirements of the international standard.
Our task is to make the domestic Doberman competitive in Europe and the World, to conduct breeding correctly, without repeating the mistakes made in breeding other breeds (I didn’t accidentally talk in detail about the German and East European Shepherd dogs), and the support and help of foreign Dobermanns will speed up the decision this task. Continue reading