Delia

|Delia
Delia 2017-08-11T19:08:44+00:00

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Delia weighs:  100 lbs
Delia height: 24 inches

Pedigree:

Champion Information:

  • Delia Champions starts in the 2nd Generation
    • Sire side: starts in 2nd Generation with Delia’s Grandfather Zodiach V.H. Wantij. He is an International CH.
      • Has 64 Champions throughout Delia’s 7th Generations.
      • Consisting Champions, Multi. CHs, and Int. CHs.
    • Dam side: starts in 2nd Generation with Delia’s Grandmother Eria Pro Fioreture. She is a CH.
      • Has 135 Champions throughout Delia’s 7th Generations.
      • Consisting of Champions, Multi. CHs, International CHs, and a Grand CH.
    • In total Delia’s has about 199 Champions throughout 7 generations
  • Important Champions/bloodlines in Delia’ pedigree
    • Pimm’s Number One Iz Doma Domeni

Thanks to PedigreeDatabase.com for this information!

Health Exam Certificates:

Health Exam Results:

vWD: Clear

Temperament:

  • Friendly
  • Obedient
  • Energetic
  • Loyal
  • Confident
  • Joyful

Delia’s Parents Information:

Mother of Delia: Indy V.H. Wantij

Indy V.H. Wantij Results:

Hips: Excellent
Elbows: Nomal
Eyes: Clear

Father of Delia: Blauelinie Dax V. Wantij RN

Blauelinie Dax V. Wantij’s Results:

Hips: Good
Elbows: Normal

The requirement to buy a puppy from us is having knowledge about the breed and also read the pages under the Resources tab of “Before Buying a Puppy from Us”

Q: Can I change the pup’s name?

A: Of course you can change the Doberman Pinscher pup’s name. The reason we name them is that we do not want to be calling them #1 or red female come over here. We try to call them by the names we give them to the minimum so they won’t get used to it. If you placed a deposit on your new furmember and already have a name for her/him let us know! So we may start calling them by their real name. Hopefully by the time you pick the puppy up she/he is used to it.

“You might think that since you are a busy, active family that an active dog might best suit your needs. But if your activities mainly consist of going to soccer and ballet practice while the dog sits at home by itself, that most likely isn’t a good fit.” – Stephanie Shan

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