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We follow the Doberman Pinscher Club of America's Code of Ethics. 
We do not condone or support the breeding of the "white"/albino Doberman as it is a genetic mutation.


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Angela Ferrari | Mont Vernon, NH | AllettareDobermans@gmail.com

Welcome!

I got involved in dogs by showing and breeding beagles, which I have been involved in with my Mom, Cindy Williams of Honey Pot Hounds, for roughly the last decade. But many years ago, the Doberman stole my heart and I decided to devote my time to this wonderful breed.

 

My goal as a responsible and reputable AKC Breeder of Merit and member of the Doberman Pinscher Club of America (DPCA) is to do everything possible to improve the breed while adhering to the breed standard. Although many people may think breeding one breed of dog is the same as breeding another, each breed is very different and has different health issues that need to be tested for and avoided, as well as a different standard to adhere to.

 

I enjoy researching dobermans and their pedigrees; looking for longevity of lines, different styles, high quality health and appropriate health testing, correct conformation, adherence to the DPCA Standard, and a proven record by obtaining titles (inside and outside the conformation ring). 

 

Please use the navigation above to find additional information on my dobermans, more information about me, and contact information.

Latest News

New Champion! 3rd for 2019!

March 23, 2019

Levy picked up a 4th major to finish his Championship! Next we will complete his health testing and he will be available at stud, while also working on additional titles.

Dante finishes in record time!

March 09, 2019

"Dante" Allettare Dante Alighieri hit the show ring Thursday and was a Champion by Saturday at the Specialty show in Tennessee. Way to go, Dante!

Karma gets her 1st major!

March 03, 2019

Karma decided to continue Allettare tradition and earn her first points/major at the Connecticut River Working Group Association Specialty! She is the third Allettare doberman to do so, following Amber in 2017 and Cali in 2018. 

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