Llewellyn began in Canada as a result of a love for the magnificent Dobermann Pinscher
It was before the skyrocketing popularity of the breed with its back yard breeders and fast-buck mills introduced instability of temperament and health.
It was before the clamour for "Champion" prodigy filled the gene pool with that of the reigning "beauty contest" winners, while other dogs were not allowed to pass on their potentially healthier, more stable traits
The "old man" and his Working Dobes circa 1975
Back then, we established several unrelated lines, which allowed us to
avoid introducing questionable blood lines to our kennel.
We successfully retained the steady temperament and solid body of the "old time" working Dobe.
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|Patrol dog male,
5 yrs, 85 lbs.
7th generation Llewellyn
|Llewellyn patrol dog 5 yrs. female had one
litter 80 lbs.
no health problems
|6-week male (now 3 yrs,
92 lbs, shown top of page)
8th generation Llewellyn
9 yr old 73 lbs
|Llewellyn patrol dog male,
5 yrs, 82 lbs
|Llewellyn patrol dog male
15 mo. 83 lbs
9th generation Llewellyn
|Llewellyn 7th generation patrol dog 5 yrs, 79 lbs
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