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Blank Title - Welcome to Daystar Dobermans Welcome to Daystar Dobermans Contact Me Guarantee, Sales Contract Photo Album, Show Memories And Memorium Guestbook From Old Website Cropped Ear Care And Posting Techniques Litter update: Sunshine is due in early - mid June for a litter of beautiful puppies sired by Henry! Shown below: VooDoo a female from the previous litter. Congratulations to the Liuzza family on the purchase of this outstanding puppy! As always, feel free to contact me to be on the waiting list for a new puppy, such as VooDoo. Announcing Daystar's One Raging Wave (Thunder) a magnificent puppy from Ruffian and Henry's final litter. Thunder and his twin Stormie, (Daystar's One Red Storm Rising) were the only pups in the litter and I decided to keep them both. Thunder is off to a great start in his show career, already winning a Reserve Best In Show Novice Puppy in Belton last fall (pictured), a Best Of Male/Female in Denton and again in Belton. He has accomplished 2 competition wins, one more to receive his Champion. More pictures will be posted as soon as I can get them uploaded. Sadly, Duke has passed away on October 12, 2014 due to bloat. We miss him and will always be in our heart. The memories of our good times will remain forever. Duke Celebrates His 10th Birthday!!! June 13, 2014 Duke goes to his favorite place to eat, Sonic. The carhops love him! Picking up some birthday treats at Petco Visiting with the staff at Milam Road Animal Hospital Duke makes a new friend to help celebrate at Petco But it's always best at home in bed after a day's celebration. Happy 10th Birthday Duke. Every day's a blessing with you. 'nuff said E mail me at: mydaystardoberman@gmail.com Sunshine and Phoebe cool off from the Texas heat Penny's final litter of 4. From left: Bosco,Phoebe, Sunshine and Kaiser. I am keeping Phoebe and Sunshine. Those are Ruffian's puppies in the background Here is Kaiser, a Penny- Stonefox The Spellbinder pup pictured above helping his young master take a nap. Family pets/guardians are my specialty! Ruffian has a litter of little Valentine's Day Sweethearts. There are 2 females and 3 males, yes born on Valentine's Day! Ruffian's little sweethearts. Traffic Jam has a new home. His name is now Aries and he is very much loved! Ruffian was laboring too long, so we headed to the the vet for a c-section. The big red pup was born in the car as we turned into the vet's driveway. He is huge and was just blocking the traffic! The rest of the pups came right out and NO C-SECTION! Look at the size of him! Thank you Ron M. for making Aries a part of your family. He looks like he has a life long friend with Meika. Meika is a Penny pup and Aries is a Ruffian pup, so that explains why they look so much alike! The tradition continues! These are very high quality Dobies! Thank you to our Military! You got 'em all from Saddam to Osama! And of course, thank you to our Military War Dogs, and their handlers. Veterans get a discount on their puppy. I am unashamedly Pro Constitution. War Dog Memorial. Dobermans were used quite a bit in world War 1 and 2. Congrats to Sgt. Shavon on her new best friend, Acheron. As always, active military get a discount on their puppy. Thank you Shavon for protecting our country and especially my right to...well, we discussed that right! Who said this? This year will go down in history. For the first time,a civilized nation has full gun registration. Our streets will be safer, our police more efficient, and the world will follow our lead into the future. Find the answer on the in memorium page at the bottom. Today's military dog of choice is the Belgian Malinois. {u} CH Heza Dashin' Duke CGC. He is a former therapy dog and the foundation sire of Daystar Dobermans. (u)CH Sheza Fetchin' Gretchen. She was my first Doberman and my first champion. She tragically died from cancer of the spleen in 2009. Gretchen's lines went back to Cambria. She was tall and elegant. Buffy is a pup from the final litter of Gretchen and Duke. What can I say? I still miss Gretchen very much. THE DAYSTAR DOBERMANS FOUNDATION DOGS PICTURED FORM LEFT: (u) CH Sheza Fetchin' Gretchen,sadly deceased, Daystar's All Night Jazz {Abby} And (u) CH Heza Dashin' Duke CGC These wonderful dogs have gotten me started in the wonderful world of the Doberman. Abby and Duke are still with me, and my lines will live on in the future generations. Duke and granddaughter, Sunshine. She is quite a character, inheriting Henry's goofiness. I really miss Duke and Sunshine is still as goofy as ever. I'm looking forward to the summer 2016 litter, which is due in early-mid June My Policy : I breed with the family in mind. Conformational correctness insures the structure of the dog, and a wonderful disposition completes the package. Families today want to be sure their family member is stable in temperament. My dogs have been carefully bred to insure this. Puppies are of course, socialized with children as they began to walk and run. Dobermans make great family dogs, and if you continue to socialize your Daystar puppy, he will happily welcome everyone who poses no threat. Most puppies began "alerting" at about 4-6 months of age, barking if they hear something near the home. I am always available to help you with your puppy anytime, you continue to be a client through the life stages of your puppy. This can range from ear advice, training resources, vet referrals, or where the next show is being held. Whatever I can help you with, I will. If I don't know, I have many friends and breeders who have collectively, a vast knowledge, and can find the answers. Ear Statement: I believe in cropping the Doberman ears. This is the American breed standard and I think it is the true look of the Doberman. This procedure, done correctly under general anesthesia, is mostly pain free. The puppies are more concerned with the postings and bandages than the edge discomfort. However, this is an art form and not a time for do-it-yourselfers, or inexperienced vets*. I can arrange for your Daystar puppy to have the ears cropped by experienced veterinarians. I don't crop every puppy anymore, because there are some people who do prefer natural ears and I respect that view. I have vets who can crop for every taste and budget. I will transport your puppy for you or have this done prior to picking up or shipping your puppy. I am always available for help during the posting phase and can help with advice on materials and techniques. Pictured is Gretchen's Baby Buffy in posts. Her ears were up and standing in a record 5 days. Thank you to Dr .Lynn Stucky of Sanger Texas for this beautiful crop. Dr. Stucky also re-cropped Duke's ears after a disastrous first crop by an inexperienced vet. *("Lesson learned!" ALWAYS an experienced vet) This is a Buffy puppy, Dublin. He has a very nice pet crop. GOD BLESS AMERICA!!! Really Mr. President? You praise Planned Parenthood for providing "affordable health care" for women. Really? Have you studied the founder of Planned Parenthood Margaret Sanger? She was a racist and a eugenic supporter. Guess who was first on HER list to be annihilated? (move over Hitler) That's right....our beloved Black population. And BTW, Planned Parenthood is nothing more than a national chain of abortion services, just like McDonald's is a national chain of hamburgers. And although PP does some cancer screenings, Mickey D's sells hot apple pies, but one would not consider Mickey D's a bakery.... Planned Parenthood performed over 330,000 abortions just last year....That means 330,000 citizens did NOT get any type of health care. They were murdered. And then sir you said god bless to Planned Parenthood? Exactly WHAT god are you referring to, because the God Almighty that I serve, the Creator of the universe would never bless a nation that slaughters the most innocent of all, unborn human babies. And My God will never bless this once great nation until the killing stops. I can't make this stuff up..Please think this one over Mr. President. 2nd Chronicles 7:14. Read the ENTIRE verse: If My people,who are called by My name,will humble themselves and pray and seek My face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from Heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land. See, we're not turning from our wicked ways when we're too pansy to call a duck a duck...and abortion is MURDER. No exceptions. Not for rape or incest. My God is powerful enough to heal the wounds of rape and incest. About Us I come from a family of dog lovers. My father showed German Shepherd Dogs and raised Poodles, a rather strange mix! As a young stay at home mom in the 80's I raised Dalmatians. Family problems forced me to give up dogs for awhile. In 1999 I moved to Valley View,TX to train and show Quarter Horses, my lifelong passion. With a few acres of land, it was time to find a breed of purebred dog to resume my canine hobby. I researched several breeds and decided that the Doberman was the dog for me, with the easy-to-keep smooth coat. The guardian nature of the Doberman would also serve me well as a protector of my home and property! Gretchen came home in 2003 and I began to take her to UKC shows. Duke came along in 2004 and I've been hooked ever since. My father's philosophy on husbandry was always to keep the puppies clean and to never spare expense on foods and veterinary care. These principles have served me well through the years and I am grateful to him for being such a great teacher. I believe it is with these principles that I can offer the best family pets and guardians in the puppies I breed. Puppies are whelped in specially designed boxes that allow easy clean up and a pig rail to prevent puppies from being squished between Mom and the walls. The late Gretchen is modelling the "bitchbox" Let's meet the Daystar Dobermans! (u) CH Sheza Fetchin Gretchen: Gretchen came home in March 2003. I was recovering from an injury with plenty of time to devote to a new puppy. She had her ears cropped and I learned a new skill! We went to our first UKC show in Gainesville,TX and both had a great time. She finally won her championship in Norman, OK in 2004. Unfortunately, there was not a photographer at the event so I have no pictures from that day. Gretchen was 26 1/2 inches and weighed 78 pounds. She was a big girl. she is the mother of many nice puppies including Gretchen's Baby Buffy (2009), a fawn female from her final litter that I decided to keep. I had no way of knowing that Gretchen had a secret. There was a tumor growing in her spleen. She had refused her breakfast one day and that was unheard of. She and I took a nap on the couch that afternoon, and then she refused dinner. Something was up, I took her temperature and it was slightly high,102.5. The vet told me to give and her a Rimadyl and an antibiotic. Later that night, she seemed better, ate her dinner and we went for a walk. But in the night, she had soiled herself and was too weak to even stand up. At the vets, ultrasound revealed fluid in her abdomen, which was pulled. It was unclotted blood and further ultrasound showed a large tumor in her spleen. The spleen was torn., and Gretchen was bleeding to death. After listening to the options, due to the size of the tear and the improbability of successful surgery, I decided to let Gretchen go. I held her as the drugs gave her the final relief. She always was my favorite, and she knew it. 2003-2009 having a blast with Buckwheat. Yes, he IS playing with her Gretchen (below) in Conroe,Texas winning her first Best Of Breed. We had some real competition that day, and Gretchen gave me all she had. She looks unphased, but I was very excited. We traveled all over north Texas and Oklahoma having fun and meeting friends, dog and person. Gretchen loved going everywhere, even the vet's office. You never said "bye bye" in the house unless you meant it, because Gretchen would go crazy until we were in the car halfway down the street. (u) CH Heza Dashin' Duke CGC: Next is (u) CH Heza Dashin'Duke CGC. Having returned to work after recovering from the injury, I thought Gretch needed some companionship and a playmate. A nice red male was in order. So Duke came home in September of 2004. Being naive of the need for an EXPERIENCED vet to crop ears, I took Duke to a local vet I used a lot for spaying my barn cats. I did not research her experience with cropping and it cost me dearly. Duke came out looking like a hyena, these round half circles of chopped up ears. I was very upset and decided that Duke would never leave the property or be shown. I did have the ears re done in a military crop. I was showing Gretchen at a local show and took Duke along for some socializing. I had no intentions of showing him. One of my friends was looking at Duke and asked me if I was putting him in the puppy class. (Oh no, not with those ears...)This friend suggested that I should because other than the ears, Duke was a nicely built puppy and the ears were a man made problem, not a conformational defect. And with 4 other puppies in the ring, the judge immediately put Duke in front. He won the class with very tough competition. I entered the second show, different judge and the same thing happened again. These judges weren't even thinking about the decision, they immediately put Duke at the front. One judge caught up with me later and whispered, "Don't worry about his ears.. He's awesome." Now not every judge agreed and sometimes Duke would get second, but he never placed below second, except once when he was suffering with panosteitis, growing pains. He limped and would not gait for me. I held him back for a few months before showing again. He won his championship much faster than Gretchen, in Conroe, TX the weekend that Hurricane Katrina hit the gulf coast. Due to car sick issues, I decided not to pursue his grand championship. Duke was tested for his Canine Good Citizen test in April of 2006, never faltering on any obstacle. I decided to do therapy work with him and every Sunday for 2 years, we headed to Sterling House, an assisted living center. Their requirement for Duke was a friendly nature and his CGC. The residents there just loved him and we did this until our time slot was allocated for a different venue. Duke is now 9 years old, getting old for a Doberman. He is neutered to insure a healthy old age and he still loves greeting everyone first at the door. He has been such a wonderful sire, producing beautiful pups that are correct with lot's of bone and body mass. He is the sire of (u)CH Daystar's One Lucky Penny, and also Gretchen's Baby Buffy. His puppies and future generations inherit his "disposition to die for" sweet nature that is such an asset for producing family pets. His last show to date was in July 2013, getting Best of Breed and another Championship in his altered class. I took him just for fun. Although he got a bit tired, he did his best. He gets a nice soft bed and Rimadyl to ease any discomfort, although he doesn't seem to be in pain. He will live out his days being a greeter and housepet. To heck with those ears. They give him character. 2004-2014 Duke wins his first Championship in Conroe, Texas in 2005 Duke in his prime. The expression says it all. Photo credit: Chery Lantz Military crop and all, Duke easily wins his Novice Puppy class. He eventually grows into his ears. Duke leads the charge with Abby and puppy Penny The infamous show where Duke had panosteitis. My friend's son took him in the ring so I could try to see what the problem was... Didn't figure out the pano for about a week. Notice only his legs are moving. Even in pain, his movement is obvious, the topline flows beautifully. However, his expression indicates pain. Thank you David! Duke's 2010 show. I had no idea that he was aging so fast, obvious by his hind legs. he's retired now, but still loves the showring. He goes in for fun. Duke takes it easy at home. Yes, lol, he's snoring! Daystar's All Night Jazz (Abby) Abby is the mother of Daystar's Certified Threat (Henry), and thus deserves a mention on the site. However, On May 1, 2013, Abby's aggressive nature reared it's ugly head and she attacked Penny, inflicting near fatal wounds, including an abdominal tear in which Penny's omentum was protruding. After 2 emergency surgeries, Penny's life was saved. A decision about Abby had to be made. I had decided to have Abby humanely put down. At the last minute, I contacted a friend who is a law enforcement officer and explained the situation and that Abby could never be trusted around dogs. He does not own any other dogs and agreed to give Abby a home, so she was spared. Thank you Aaron for giving her a chance at the very last minute. She will make a wonderful companion for you. (Aaron has met my dogs on several occasions so he isn't a stranger to Abby, and she likes him...). And there are not enough thank you's to Dr. Emi Pedigo at the Durant Animal Hospital for your skills and split second reaction when we arrived. Penny is recovering well and Abby's life is saved. Silly Abby! Abby rests with 2 of her blue puppies. Abby has a beautiful thick coat and her blue pups are free of Color Dilute Alopecia (u)CH Daystar's One Lucky Penny: 2005-2014 A topic that will not be discussed Every breeder has their claim to fame and mine is Penny. She is the daughter of Duke, and her dam is owned by a friend who let me have pick of the litter. She is simply awesome. From the moment I brought her home, I knew I had a winner. I couldn't wait to get her in the ring. At Penny's first show she took Reserve Best In Show Puppy, and a month later took Best In Show Novice Puppy. From the age of 6 months, Penny was competing with seasoned champions, resulting in many Best Of Breeds and even won a Group First. She did well in the Best In Show Class, but didn't win. Karen Shivers of Stonefox was showing (u)GCH Stonefox The Dark Lord (Padrone) and Penny couldn't take this fantastic dog...so, if you can't beat them, join them.. I suggested to Karen that we breed these 2 and Penny was retired from the ring. She produced a lovely litter and Karen took Lexus, a black female for her pick. We repeated the breeding again and Penny and Padrone struck gold, producing (u)GCH Stonefox Ring Of Fire. (Cash) Cash is as close to perfect as we can get, and along with grandpa Duke's disposition, is a top show and working dog, with too many titles to remember. Penny also produced Daystar's One Tuff Ruffian, who is a full sister to Cash and Lexus. I didn't get to show her as a young pup due to my work schedule, but that is a door that remains open and I will be pursuing her championship soon. Penny hopefully can have one more litter and I will be keeping a female or two should I get that last litter. Her puppies have her beautiful eyes and near perfect conformation. She is lightning in a jar. Penny and Abby share a nap together. This is an actual unretouched photograph. Penny mugs for the camera Penny with her mother, Princess Cadenhead. They look so much alike, it's hard to tell the difference. Princess is on the couch. I can never thank Michael Cadenhead enough for his generosity in giving Penny to me, because that really wasn't part of the deal. PICK ME! Beautiful pups from Penny from a Joker breeding. Daystar's One Tuff Ruffian: Ruffian is a puppy from the first breeding of Penny and Stonefox The Dark Lord (Padrone). What a little cutie. She was the runt of the litter, a third smaller than the other puppies, a really little puppy. Although she was always smaller than the others, she became my favorite, an unsensible thing when I knew Karen would be claiming a pick puppy. She was the first to open her eyes, walk and sit. When the others had not opened their eyes yet, she was already sitting up in the box barking at the other puppies, her eyes still not opened. She cracked me up. At 4 weeks, they were all up on all 4's roughhousing. They always tried to pick on her, but she would stand her ground and fight back. I had changed jobs and the hours were long, so I had few opportunities to train and show her. She is quite alert, active and a bit anxious. She didn't do very well as a puppy in the show ring. She is much more relaxed now and a bit seasoned after having a litter, and even though I work weekends, I have time off built up and will began to show her. She has a better conformation than Penny, I feel confident that she will do well. As with Princess, it is very hard to tell Ruffian from her mom, Penny. Ruffian is on the left. When enlarging the images I realize the quality is somewhat lost. I still think they look better. Ruffian is second from the left, the smallest puppy in the litter. Ruffian and her siblings were born on Valentine's Day Ruffian and Cash. Ruffian is full grown, Cash, on the left, is only 6 months old in this picture. Penny with Ruffian and yes, littermate Midas. Ruffian looks very much like Penny, Midas resembles Padrone. Ruffian and Lexus. I don't know why Ruffian is leaning away from Lexus. Notice they have very different faces. Ruffian looks like Penny, Lexus like sire Padrone. YIKES Ruffian at a recent show. Photo by Malinda Julien Ruffian meets Gretchen's Baby Buffy 3 Generations Of Red. from left, Duke, Penny and Ruffian. This is one of my all time favorite pictures. Ruffian looks very intense with her "happy sunflower" headgear on. Ruffian lost her first litter of 2 puppies. She was so sad. One day on the porch, Abby's puppies came up and saw Ruffian taking a nap. Abby had stopped nursing them and a few of the pups decided not to give up, saw Ruffian still in a lactating state and started nursing. The pups were already 7 weeks old but it really brought Ruffian out her sadness. She looks so happy and the puppies had a bit extra nourishment for a few weeks more. "They're not mine, but I don't care" A Ruffian-Henry puppy. This pup is now 2 years old. Pure quality. Aries at 11 weeks, also a Ruffian-Henry pup. Aries at 18 weeks. He just gets better. Gretchen's Baby Buffy Buffy is the last puppy from Duke and Gretchen. I was not planning on keeping a puppy from this litter, but there was something about Buffy I liked and the market wasn't good for fawns, so I decided to keep her. I had no way of knowing that Gretchen only had 4 months to live, and I'm glad of my decision. I always want to have a descendant of Gretchen and Duke, even if the day comes that I stop breeding Dobermans, I will always breed one litter to keep Gretchen's memory. Buffy was not formally named or registered until after Gretchen passed, so I named Buffy as a tribute to Gretchen. Buffy has been shown a few times. she did well, getting a Best Female with competition. As of this day, she is expecting a litter of puppies, so we will miss the next show. She has a nice coat for a fawn, it is a bit thin, but not enough that it is obvious. UPDATE: as of 5/2016 Sad to say, Buffy has indeed fallen victim to the Color Dilute Alopecia. She has steadily been losing her coat and has the skin irritation. A coat in cold weather and a regular dose of Temaril-P has helped her to live in comfort. She's in otherwise great shape showing no signs of aging even at 7. Buffy has Duke's quiet laid back nature. She is the sweetest dog, not demanding at all. Buffy in Hutto. Photo courtesy of Malinda Julien Buffy at 8 weeks with her brother Scooby. Notice Buffy has crystal blue eyes. They will turn to a light green, and eventually darken to amber. Buffy with Mother Gretchen and Big Daddy Duke Buffy plays in the snow. She looks so dark when contrasted by the white snow..Yes it snows in North Texas! what the heck is this stuff? Buffy on the way home from a show in Hutto, Tx. She was really sacked out. Photo courtesy of Malinda Julien Buffy in posts. Her eyes were such a beautiful color, but they don't stay green, This is when people confuse fawn Dobies for Weimaraners. Buffy at one day old. Buffy and Henry Buffy and Gretchen on the couch Daystar's Certified Threat (Henry): The "big stud" of the family is Henry. He is Abby's pup from a breeding with Brutus, a red son of Penny. He is a grandson of Padrone and has inherited his noble look. Henry broke his hind leg as a young pup, and as a result has a slight twist in his gait. He also had to spend 6 weeks in a crate during his crucial socializing development, and as a result is not suitable to show. Had the accident not happened, I have no doubt Henry could have been a Grand Champion. But accidents do happen, and Henry is a beloved housepet and sire. He has Abby's clown personality and always makes me laugh. He is quite goofy for a black, but also has a sweet gentle nature. Here is a recent picture of Dasher. Yep...He's a bit spoiled! And he looks a lot like Henry Brutus, a son of Penny and Padrone. He is Henry's sire. Henry's ears are up! This is the medium pet crop most of my clients prefer. Henry is about 4 months old here. Henry here with the neighbor's granddaughter. He is so gentle, and has inherited his great grandpa Duke's disposition. Here you can see the left leg healed from the puppyhood accident. He has no limp and runs normally. What a handsome boy. Henry and Buffy. They are still close. Henry and littermate Dasher. Dasher was the biggest pup in the litter and today tops the scale at 109 pounds! Daystar's One Lucky Sunshine: Sunshine is the puppy I kept from Penny's final litter. She is a late bloomer, a bit leggy right now, but as time passes on I'll decide which path will be best for her. She is a goofy character and Duke loves her. Little Bit has found a home with a family and Phoebe is co owned and goes back and forth between our homes, being pampered by both of us. I have nick named them the 3 bears. Sunshine enjoyed a REALLY fresh chicken dinner Look at our big smiles WIDE OPEN, Little Bit, like this CHEESE! Little Bit...She was so tiny! She's half the others size Little Bit and Traffic Jam aka Aries, share a nap. Big Brother looks after her. AAWWW Web Hosting by iPage

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