Ronindobe wrote:Yes he certainly should! Lead by example. I have repeatedly asked the exact question and in particular about Gino Gomez, since I have a male line bred on him. It is a relatively simple thing to provide this information.
If the president and top judge can not see this as important, I suggest that personnel changes need to be made.
Please Dr. Pezzano provide this information and confirm the continued life of the hugely influential dog, Gino.
Pinky wrote:Hello all!
I'm trying to look at dogs bred from the kennel Citone, and how long they lived and how they died. Unfortunately, there isn't a lot of info on this in for example http://www.dobermannpedigrees.nl/
As I've concieved its Dr. Pezzano who is the owner and breeder of del Citone dogs. He is also a well-known and reputable judge (e.g. IDC), and I believe he has a lot of power when it comes to forming the Dobermann breed.
So my question is: Why hasn't one of the most influencial Dobermann breeder and judge published the death cause (and dates) of his dogs anywhere? At least nowhere a common dogbuyer can find it. Shouldn't somone like Pezzano support the knowledge of longevity in Dobermann?
Maybe there is somewhere I haven't looked. If so, please inform me.
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