Recently Placed Dobes

Dobes in New Homes

 

 Beemer ...Placed - Heathland New Brunswick Canada

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

The latest snippets (10-20-16) on all eleven Cassie's pups with cameo's of Gracie Anne's pups in training and a few other starts of the Hoytt canine family.

Placed last 18 months or reserved finalizing requested services.

To all who have welcomed my Dobes into their lives over the last five decades, thank you. Now as we are heading into the last weeks of summer perhaps you should think about reserving the next addition to your family if you've been planning on this year to welcome your next or your first Hoytt Dobe into your life.

Also keep in mind that once a pup is old enough to begin training we will have the kid two to six more months depending on the selected program. 

When considering a Grand Victor or Presidents Choice those courses mean eight to twelve months of training.

Our last litters for 2016 placement are in their final stages before placement most have families, those available can be seen on our Available page.

Gracie formally Hoytts Golden Girl, a strikingly beautiful fawn who's name emphases' her color honored us with eleven new super stars. And what we can say with a smile, Cassie formally Hoytts Sable Contessa tied with Gracie with her own eleven super stars in what appears to have been a contest between the girls or perhaps between the sires Magnum and Lex.  

Garcie and Cassie have photo presentations in our Planned Parenthood section along with their mates.

Recently placed, reserved and/or in training.

Knoxville TN - Sinatra formally LexLin's Chamber of the Board CGC BN CD 

   

 

 
  What a great start for 2017.  On the right Sarah who will be heading to established clients in Maple Valley WA and her brother Luis to an other established client dating back to 1992 in Morgantown WV.   
 
                     

 

   

     

  LUIS 

 

 

       

     Cassie formally Hoytts Sable Contessa CGC B

Boston MA...Cooper    
 

   Evansville IN...Diesel - Look out world I've almost graduated 

 
 

            Punta Gorda FL - Dolly formally Hoytts Princess Blue - this little one will have some big shoes to fill, Dolly is a living memorial to a great Dobe who crossed the bridge.  Her folks had the time to spend on training so the princess went home right after we finished her medical. 

 
 

Some of Princess Blue's litter mates can be home before 2017 arrives if leaving us as a medically finished pup or through the Super Pup course.  Custom Young Adult programs even with the Caine Good Citizen Certifications could be finished by Valentine's Day 2017 depending on when reserved.

Boca Raton FL - Dallas - Dallas & Anderson between training classes 11-25-16 

   

Louie "The First"... soon to be the young king of     

     

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 Liebchen...

 Hoytts Golden Girl CGC   TDI - Gracie Anne gave us eleven little jewels on 6-30-16

 Each will one day leave us and go on to make a name for themselves, but I'll hold my comments about their mom and just let you all know that her owner sent us her feelings in a letter found in our "Straight from the heartpage.

New Brunswick Canada...Beemer

We made it!  Sorry I'm late getting back to you.  Thank you so very much for sharing your life with us at the ranch.  What a beautiful layout you have and so very dog friendly. The love you have for your Dobes shows in the care that is used in the set-up of your facility.  Even more, that love, care and training results in Dobermans that are above and beyond what anyone might hope for.
     We left Dandridge at about 11:00 am and got as far as Harrisburg on Saturday.  Beemer was a joy to travel with, although he didn't really understand "Do your business" and seemed to be waiting to "get back home" to take care of that.  Every time we got out of the car he seemed to say, "No, this isn't it!"  Back in the car he laid his head on the console and looked up as if saying, "Are we there, yet?"
     We got to Hayman Hill at 7:00 PM Sunday night (8:00 our time).  By then it was dark, Beemer looked around and probably thought, "Where the heck are we now?" Beemer is quite a good teacher, too.  My housekeeping is improving quickly.  He has a way of reminding me to put things away immediately rather than leaving it for later.
      Beemer is quickly beginning to relax and enjoy his new home.  He was surprised to find that the white stuff lying on the grass outside could actually be walked on, and it tastes good, too!  New Brunswick can be cold in March but he has found a way to beat that as he enjoys lying in front of the fire gnawing on a bone. 
      We missed our Rocky very much. Now we have Beemer whose name is like the car, but it could be Beamer because he "lights up our life and gives us hope to carry on".  Thank you so very much, Barrie, for allowing us to adopt such a wonderful, loving being. God bless you, your staff and all the wonderful Dobes!
Wanda & Bob
PS Thank you also for letting Carol spend such precious time helping us to understand her methods of training, and the "inner-workings" of Beemer's brain.  She is a fantastic trainer and a wonderful, caring person.  It was a pleasure meeting her and we really appreciate her advice. 
 

  Lafayette LA...Ezra -

     

Texarkana TX - Brick - In early 200O Brick's mom welcomed in her first Hoytt Dobe, a handsome Blue named Ice. When the time was right a pretty red head named Blossom who had been part of our breeding program joined the family. A decade later with the passing of Ice, Troy one of our retiring key line boys and a graduate of the Presidents Choice programs stepped up. Like Ice but in fawn this guy was also an extremely fine example of the breed which of course was expected plus coat texture and tones breeders would die for. Now given the honor of selecting what has to be seen as a living memorial to those Hoytt Dobes who have passed this young red will step into his new life right after the new year after completing the CYC CGC programs. And yes, there is already talk about Bricks future lady. 

Glen Mills PA ...Fritz - Eighteen years ago Fritz's mom's parents welcomed  a young adult named Zoko into their lives. When I asked Fritz's mom what was something unique about Zoko she remembers, I received the following. "Zoko had his own throw pillow and like humans when he napped he put his head on it -he would even go and get if from the upstairs bedroom and bring it down when told "go get your pillow".   Ten years ago Fritz's soon to be family welcomed in  their first Hoytt,  his name Yuki.  I then asked about Zoko's family because today they have  Jetta who is just days away from her ninth birthday and Olivia who turns two in a few weeks. Now the two girls and Yuki  live within ten minutes of each other. So I asked a second question. If Yuki could talk , what would he say about the two girls which he visits at least three times a week.  "I like going to visit them so much that when its time to leave I hide behind the couch and pretend I live with them". Well Zoko will soon be celebrating Thanksgiving with his own live in friend. By the way Zoko likes peanut butter, cheese and sitting with his butt on the couch and his front legs on the floor. His way of beating the rule "do not get on furniture". And since I mentioned the other Hoytt Dobes who will soon be part of Fritz's life, see the pictures below our young star. 

 

Olivia at two will soon not be the baby of the group

   

Wildwood MO - Viper - Eight months before these photos were taken her new dad had called to discuss the possibilities of a Hoytt Dobe for the family. At the time I was told a Dobe had been on their minds for twenty years.  In august  Viper's soon to be daddy took the next step in securing this little girl. In a follow up text I referred to her purchase with the following "Twenty years in the making...excellent" in part related to the previous text I received. Vipers new dad responded "LIKE WORLD CLASS WINES MADE OVER MANY DECADES. THANKS". Viper is now in training and will be here through the Custom Young Adult  - Canine Good Citizen  program.  As the months pass and this youngster changes into a elegant young adult photos will be added.  We try to send  photos as a youngster changes since most of our "Available Dobes" could be presented not long after birth like our little silver girl  above out of Cassie.

 
   

 

     

Franklin NC...Hanz - 

 

Hoytts Unspoken Rule CGC RN     Pearls pups were born 5-18-16

Havanna Florida - Flame - This pretty red head will soon be with her family who have enjoyed Hoytt Dobes since 2002 and now the only thing left before she heads home is to complete her Super Pup Program and if she ever needs a doctor,  her daddy owns the clinic.

 UPDATE 9-18-16 - After their long drive home we received this text...Daddy writes-We have been home about an hour now, Flame acts like she grew up here. Very playful and exuberant. Climbed into my lap in the recliner. So much like our last girl from you! PS. My four year old rode with me and Flame and Reagan have a love affair already!

   

Scottsdale AZ - baby Lex - When one has lost a great Dobe* a conflict of feeling can bring tears of sorrow one minute and  smiles of some special behavior in moments now past that will remain well etched in the mind. These unique character patterns can be traced back to the last two to three generations of its family but only the creator of the Line through one on one experience could choose the best composite.  After a number of discussions about Luke the Dobe now past, I was sure this baby, now known as baby Lex would be a most rewarding addition this family. A Dobe who would go on to be a wonderful living memorial to their now lost friend. At three weeks of age a compact little creature from our Lex and Pearl was chosen.  About two weeks later the photo far left was taken. Not only is this the normal sleep habit of our Lex it was also a popular position their Luke relaxed in. Once this baby finishes his CYA CGC programs and is home a few weeks I know more of these unique memories of a great Dobe past will come to light.

Cumberland RI - Jackson - This boy has quite the personality and the looks to match.  Now having completed the CYA CGC programs with only his final AKC CGC evaluation, he'll head home to a  family who have been part of our family since before 2000.

Will Jackson be surprised on his arrival when he realizes his people know how the mind of a great Hoytt Dobe works and know exactly what he's been taught. The pictures on the left and right were taken on a 

quick stop by during a vacation trip. When Jackson heads home he will be taken to Atlanta by one of our staff and fly directly to Boston.


 

   
 

Both boys flew home 10-20-16 on direct flights from Atlanta to their life destinations

 Durham NC - Berkeley - This boy may look more laid back during his adult life but its a sight of hand trick since it's his natural ears that set him apart from most Hoytt Dobes but for sure he's 100% an American Super Dobe.  Berkeley was home by July 30th since he left us following our medical completion program less crop. I should add that Berkeley's mom reserved him eight weeks before his birth.    

Waynesville, NC - Hondo in CYA CGC training and when he's done there is a pretty young adult named Liea awaiting his arrival

   

Sinatra - formally LexLin's Chairman of the Board Von Hoytt

 
 

Hoytts Jersey Girl CGC  "Reservations closed"

Valencia CA - Xena - This California girl is dreaming of the day she steps into the arms of her new family. Clients since 2002 this youngster will have some serious paw prints to follow so she is committed to completing our Custom Young Adult program with the CGC certification first.

 
   

Jacksonville AR - Sansa - Since the late nineties this little girl's family have been part of our family and fall of 2015 I was once again given the honor of selecting a handsome black and rust boy to fill the void left by their previous Hoytt Dobes. His name is Sagan who is presented further into this section, he is now home. Now the star of this moment is this pretty little lady who has begun her CYA CGC programs.  Sansa and Sagan will probably be part time therapy dogs but for sure full time companions and the guardians of their family.

 
Maya

Fuquay-Varina NC - Maya - This pretty blue girl will find a very personable flashy excited Hoytt named Starrk on her arrival.  Starrk was this families first introduction to the Hoytt Dobe when he headed home June of this year. However we rarely place two at the same time, instead allow the first to settle in and master the new rules of life with it's new family, an extra plus when the second arrives. Maya will join her family in late fall after completion of her CYA CGC program.

 For those just starting their research know that at least half our clients have pairs which can bring much more then twice the joy, a great deal more on the side of  physiological security  and with the correct guidance keep each other company when not getting attention from their people. 

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