Natasha’s weight:  90 lbs
Natasha’s height: 24 1/2 inches
European: Yes, directly imported from Europe
Champion Bloodlines: Yes, champion sired.


The 1st pedigree is Natasha’s original pedigree.
The 2nd pedigree is Natasha’s American Kennel Club pedigree.
Natasha’s DNA profile # is V854847

Champion Information:

  • Natasha Champions (CH) starts in the 1st Generation
    • Sire side: starts in 1st Generation with Natasha’s father, Guard De Marine De Grande Vinko. He is a Youth CH.
      • Has 70 Champions throughout Natasha’s 7th Generations.
      • Consisting Champions, Multi. CHs, and Int. CHs.
    • Dam side: starts in 2nd Generation with Delia’s Grandfather, Efes Eto Ginga House. He is a CH.
      • Has 166 Champions throughout Nathasa’s 8th Generations.
      • Consisting of Champions, Multi. CHs, and International CHs.
    • In total Natasha’s has about 236 Champions throughout 8 generations
  • Important Champions/bloodlines in Natasha’s pedigree
    • Guard De Marine De Grande Vinko
    • Efes Eto Ginga House
    • Teraline Midgard
    • Ginga House bloodlines

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More Facts:

  • Was born in Europe (Serbia)
  • Directly Imported European Doberman
  • Champion Sired

Health Exam Certificates:

Health Exam Results:

  • vWD: clear by parentage
  • DCM: clear by parentage


  • Alert
  • Active
  • Agile
  • Playful
  • Intelligent
  • Friendly
  • Loyal
  • Confident
  • Joyful
  • Quick
  • Gentle

Natasha’s Parents Information:

Mother of Natasha: Beba Od Trše

Beba OD Trše’s Results:

DCM: Clear
VwD: Normal
Thyroid: Normal
Cardio: Negative

Father of Natasha: Guard De Marine De Grande Vinko

Guard De Marine De Grande Vinko’s Results:

DCM: Clear
Cardio: Negative
Eyes: Clear
VwD: Clear by parentage

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