Damask Working Breed Kennel

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Welcome. Damask Working Breed Kennel is a kennel centered around training, breeding and raising working group dogs. Working breed dogs have many different talents and jobs which they do, however, some of the general categories are pulling, sledding, guarding, rescuing, and other tasks which aid man.

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Here at Damask, our breeds of specialty are Doberman Pinschers, Newfoundlands, and Alaskan Malamutes. We breed, train and compete to bring fourth the best traits which each of these breeds have to offer. We are currently looking into Saint Bernards, American Eskimo Dogs or Boxers in the future. For the moment, however, these three specialties are enough. We want to be certain that each dog gets all of the care and attention which they needs. In order to guarantee that, we are currently only specializing in three breeds.
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Doberman Pinschers

The Doberman Pinscher is sleek, but muscular. owerful, but graceful. The Doberman Pinscher was first bred in 1890 in Germany as a protection breed. Since then, it has become a widely-known breed in the United States and in Canada.

Strong and agile, we breed our Dobermans to have optimal abilities in the sports Schutzhund and Agility, and occasionally in other similar sports.

Coloring and pigment doesn't matter so much to us. We focus more on the physical abilities, as well as hip and ear scores. Right now we are striving to breed in the 24 HH, lala categories, with an Agility, Stamina and Strength bias. Our goal is to move past the Champion title into the World Champion categories and upwards.

Ultimately, after achieving the goal of perfect 24 HH genes and lala breeding traits, we want to be able to breed Doberman puppies with a single aptitude of Agility, Stamina and Strength. For the most part, our Dobermans are Schutzhund competitors, and we have a heavy bias for Doberman who posses Stm+ and Srt+ genes.

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A powerful, stoic, muscular breed. The Newfoundland, true to its name, was first bred in Newfoundland, Canada as early as early as the 18th century.

We train our Newfoundlands in the sports of Dock Diving and Water Work.

Ideally, we look for puppies that have an aptitude for stamina, strength, agility and occasionally speed. We recently succeeded in breeding our first 24HH pup with lala genes as well. Another goal of ours, as of recently, is striving for the Universal Champion category. Breeding for future profit is a goal of ours as well. Our puppies have also shown great promise in the Pulling category as well.
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A true example of a classic sledding breed. Like many nordic breeds who pull sleds, the Alaskan Malamute is muscular, but compact. This breed comes in a multitude of different colors, and has ample fur to keep it warm in sub-zero temperatures.

Here at Damask, we train our Malamute pups in the categories of Sledding and Pulling. We strive for a single aptitude of strength, as that is our bias in this kennel for Malamutes (as well as our sledding competitions).

We are very close now to achieving our breeding goal of lala and 24HH genes. We regularly host sledding and pulling competitions in our kennel to help push our biases which we try to breed in our Malamute puppies.
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ALL artwork on this page (accept for the Furry-Paws default art and icons) is by me, #1437389
Original Layout and Coding by Lucid (#29413), NOT by us.
History of Working Breeds

"Quick to learn, dogs of the Working Group are intelligent, strong, watchful, and alert. Bred to assist man, they excel at jobs such as guarding property, pulling sleds and performing water rescues. Doberman Pinschers, Siberian Huskies and Great Danes are part of this Group, to name just a few. They make wonderful companions but because they are large, and naturally protective, prospective owners need to know how to properly train and socialize a dog. Some breeds in the Working Group may not be for the first-time dog owner."

Pulled from https://www.akc.org/dog-breeds/working/, 2020. (c) The American Kennel Club

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User ID#: #1437389
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Current Mood: Content

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General Info:
Please understand that I am here to play a fun, clean game. I am not here to discuss inappropriate, explicit things. Please, I ask respectfully that if you PM me, that you do not discuss anything of that nature or even hint at it.

Despite this, I am VERY friendly and love to chat! Private message us if you want to have a conversation!

Goals:

Straighten out lala: -
Straighten out 24 HH:
Upgrade to Elite Kennels: X
Finish Kennel About Page: -

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FAQ's

Q: Will you adopt/buy my dogs?
A: Sorry, but unless it's a breed I'm specifically looking for, I probably won't. However, I am currently looking for 24 HH of just about any breed to fill up our Non-Specialty Kennel, so send me a message!

Q: Do you accept commissions?
A: Not at the moment, sorry!

Q: Do you accept trades?
A: I might might, send me a message to ask!

Q: Do you roleplay?
A: I honestly don't. I use to, but now I'm just focused on other things.

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10:32am on Jun 14

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