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 How quickly 2014 passed and 2015 is now just days away.  Don't let another year get by without the Hoytt Dobe at your side you've been dreaming about - reserve your "to be born" now. 

Wonder if we are still on top of our game after five decades do go to   This decades Placements  and check the Dobes who gained families during this period. Now look further down this page  to find the links to our current pups and trained Dobes available.

                                                                                                   Note links for "Available Pups" and "Dobes already in Training" button further down this page.

  Cute may describe most puppies but  in the long run relationships are built on the total picture. Baby Kinny our three week old fawn to the right gives us a fleeting moment in his life but try to imagine what I see genetically, what Kinny will be in the years ahead. Go to This decades placements  and see many of the development stages of Hoytts Golden Boy CGC RN CD TDI  but below is one year after his baby photo on the right was taken.  Now while our clients want great minds, excellent comprehensive qualities as well as a few dozen other genetic qualities they do like the idea that their companion Dobe looks  like it came off the cover of  Dog World magazine.

Now just imagine later in time when perhaps one of his  relations are watching over your children while out playing in the yard, a yard equally as important in 'family' planning as the home itself.  Leave your home for an hour or the day, you only have to give your Dobe a kiss and pat  as you close the door and your Hoytt Dobe changes to its Guardian mode.   Of course every situation has it's variables, this is where early individualized selection wins hands down over "here's a cute one".  

  Most of our clients who are not retired are still very business active yet have time for a great interactive companion but usually go with a pre-placement education. They have time to vary the walks each day, the trips around town or to the hiking trails but prefer to step in as far past the baby stage as possible.   And if you are like Zane's mom in Lehigh Florida - see(This decades placements ) who has created her own Garden of Eden, you'll enjoy the companionship even more for the comfort of having a Hoytt Dobe at your side can keep even the snakes, those with scales and those with two legs from catching you by surprise -  Now Zane's mom can really relax and smell the roses.

An even better plus, having a great Dobe just hanging with you  watching the game, MSNBC , or strolling around the block, the back trail or down town is a combination of pleasure and pride.  If you are out and about in Sebastian Fl you may have the good fortune to meet Thunder who has yet to be told that at nine years he's coming down from his mountain.

And if you are Valentine and your family runs a shop in Key West, or Nico and Mica up in the mountains around Colorado Springs or like to travel like Zar who has enjoyed some of the more upscale bed and breakfast establishments across the country including a few that had signs "No Dogs Allowed over a pound" Inns, you bet your pride will show through for you and Zar will be talked about perhaps for years after your last visit - at 95 pounds Zar is both a power to behold and quite a gentleman after introductions.

Or Rocky up north east in Newfoundland always ready to help bring the fish in from a day with dad or Mako seen in our Flip Side in Sitka, Alaska out with the crew for the day. But if you happen to live west of nowhere population 101, a trip into town with 'the kid' is just as rewarding. So from best 'bud' during the day to your eyes and ears once you  retire for the night, you know if your alarm system goes off your Hoytt Dobe will "entertain" those uninvited guests until you have the situation under control and the LAW arrives.   I should add that there are no batteries to change and even in a power outage during an ice storm or because the bad guy used his "KLINE" cable cutter on the power source, the Hoytt Dobe is still on the job.  An added plus with a body temperature of 101.8 they make great bed warmers if the power outage was caused by an act of nature on a cold night. 

 Now back to what this section is all about  Available Pups  &  Available Dobes already in training                                                                                         ***********************************************************************************************************

See Hettie's & Ross's baby blues born Thanksgiving 2014. From a cute baby blue ...  >>>>         ...to a beautiful silver blue Custom Young Adult >>>>

Sorry folks Ivy is  Ross's house mate and sire.

                                         Be smart parents - this holiday give a framed picture presentation of your new Hoytt Pup     but don't delay if your baby is coming from our Hettie. Note  Ruby's baby's reserved  before birth with the exception of Scarlet.                                                             

Advisory - for the right children with the right canine, the experience will be cherished throughout their life - just leave the children out of the initial selection process.  Remember 'cute' is short lived and a dog is not a toy that you give away when the novelty wears thin. However a Dobe can be a great friend, companion and guardian in one strikingly elegant creature who  would give it's life for it's family and all those in its family circle  but remember you are about to take on the responsibility of another life who will need you to survive.                               

 

Please remember we structure many of our breeding  in part based on advanced reservations which is why you will note most of our Dobes go to established clients - they know the program but before you let your Jonnie or Billy do your decision making check out the photo and comment above and right of the photo..

        Available Pups  &  Available Dobes already in training                                                                                                                                                                        

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