Joseph M. Sabol

name Joseph M Sabol is a world class breeder of Dobermans. He is also an affiliate of Nuvet Pet Vitamins. An avid Doberman enthusiast for over 30 years,

Joe has taken a mediocre line of Dobermans and bred them into a World Class line of European Dobermans , all but eliminating the the watered down and overbred American lines, to the point where there is almost no American Blood in his Dobermans. He has bred into the lines of Altobello, and Horringhauser.

He has produced several pups that have gone on to win Championships in their own right and plans are to continue to improve the lines even more if that is humanly possible.

Joe is also an Internet Marketer specializing in Affiliate Marketing.


Getting a Second Dog - Introducing a New Puppy

15th May 2009
If you have a dog in your household, and are thinking about getting a second dog, there are some things you should consider before making a decision. The first and probably most important thing to know is that dogs of the opposite sex will be much more li... Read >

Understanding Separation Anxiety in Dogs

09th April 2009
Behavior problems from separation anxiety is the 2nd most common reason dogs are given up by their owners. Dogs that suffer from this anxiety become so stressed at being left home alone, they become destructive or hurt themselves. You may come home to fin... Read >

Acral Lick Granuloma - A Problem For Many Dogs

23rd March 2009
Dogs often develop hot spots where they lick and chew constantly. A hot spot like this on the front paw near the wrist or the outside rear leg can turn into an Acral (relating to limbs ) Lick Granuloma. The spot becomes red, irritated and an open sore. Th... Read >

Can You Believe This? Doberman Myths

13th March 2009
There is a lot of misinformation floating around about Dobermans. These include "facts" about their size and temperament. I am an owner and breeder of Dobermans, so I can tell you what I know. The first and probably the silliest myth about Dobermans, is t... Read >

The Problem With White Dobermans

13th March 2009
Most people are familiar with black and rust Dobermans and red and rust Dobermans, and maybe even blue or fawn and rust Dobermans. Since the 1970s, a fifth Doberman "color" has been established. In 1976, Padulas Queen Shebah was born to 2 black and rust D... Read >

Von Willebrand Disease in Dobermans

13th March 2009
Von Willebrand Disease (vWD) is a common health issue in Dobermans. It is a bleeding disease just like hemophilia in humans that can put Dobermans life at risk from surgery or injury. Although it exists in other breeds, such as Poodles, Shelties, Scottish... Read >

Whelping Puppies - Raising the Litter

04th March 2009
After about 10 days, the puppies will start to open their eyes. By 2 weeks of age they can see pretty well and are able to find the mother easily if they get separated. The puppies are learning to walk but are still very wobbly. At this point, they are st... Read >

Cropping Your Doberman's Ears

03rd March 2009
Ear cropping for Dobermans is usually done between 8 and 12 weeks of age. It is not a good idea to do it after 14 weeks of age as the cartilage becomes less pliable and the ears are less likely to stand. The surgery is done under general anesthesia. After... Read >