In July of 2016, a deposit arrived for a Custom Young Adult with the Canine Good Citizen Certification. This came from folks on the west coast who had purchased their first Hoytt Doberman twelve years before. An eight week old pup from our Jersey Girl and my Lex was selected for them this time - her call name would be Xena. Fast forward, early on November twenty third, (day before Thanksgiving), our driver picked the youngster up for a four hour drive to Atlanta. Since she was a CGC graduate, Xena was able to ride free inside our VIP conversion van, (no travel cage for her). Laying on her bed, she could have watched TV. The photo of Cody and Xena was taken by the family the day after Thanksgiving, just 48 hours after joining her new family. No other breeder/trainer of Dobermans world wide can offer this level of success.
Also, meet Ezra, formally Hoytts Eyes of an Angel. Ezra is also one of our Dobermans who went through CYA and CGC program before placement. While the situation is "night and day" different from Xena, the success of Ezra's placement shows we select and develop our Dobermans to fit each situation. Ezra's owner is single, retired and with sight impairment. Today, a major group of our buyers are retirees. The letter you are being directed to was writtenjust eight days after placement at the beginning of 2017. The letter further points out how each situation's variables are taken seriously by us. Please go to "Straight from our heart". Know that you are reading letters directly from those who put perhaps their second longest relationship in our hands. From placement and seven to fourteen years after placement, our owners have welcomed in more then just a pet into their life. These letters and dozens of others found throughout our site all profess extreme satisfaction. Our success comes from personal knowledge of each available Hoytt Dobe's background in combination with our educational experience, and, of course, understanding the buyer. After selection of the pup, we build to your life requirements, not simply push an available dog who may have been presented as the kennel owners personal dog.