We have a planned litter between Lunch Box and
Phoenix in January 2024.
We are currently accepting Performance and
Show home applications for this planned litter.
If you are interested in receiving information on future breeding plans PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO THE MAILING LIST to receive updates.
WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT?
Puppies go to their new homes between 8 and 12 weeks of age, with many factors such as cropping, and show/performance potential influencing their departure date.
I live and train with the babies from the moment they are born. They are born and raised in my home, and are reared following the Puppy Culture protocols.
They are individually evaluated and handled every day. Please rest assured that I will have spent every day of their short lives with these puppies and as such, I am in a better position than anyone to determine which puppy would fit with which family. Please don't look at the pictures and videos and get "your heart set" on a particular puppy, it is quite possible that this puppy will not be the best match for your home. Puppies are placed in best-fit homes, never on a first-come, first-served basis.
As I breed with performance ability and drive in mind, please be mindful that even the most laid back of my puppies may have a higher working drive than the highest drive doberman puppies from another breeder. If you do not plan to train and work daily (attention, focus, heeling, scent, manners, tricks...), even with your pet puppy, you may wish to look into another breeder. Excercise is not enough, mental stimulation is necessary to keep active minds happy.
Pet/performance puppies are sold on a CKC non-breeding contract and must be spayed or neutered between 18 and 24 months of age. All puppies will be sold on a co-ownership contract.
The current average price for a well bred doberman from a reputable breeder is $3500-$5500. This price range is for your information, and not a commitment by Soulstorm in any way.
A holter is available for private rentals to Soulstorm puppies ONLY. This is a monitoring machine that records a dog's cardiac activity for 24 hours, and that can be analyzed to determine heart health. This holter is not available for rentals to the general public.